All Library, Arts & Culture locations will be closed Saturday - Monday, February 13 - 15, 2016, in observance of the President's Day holiday weekend. Read More>
The City's Storm Alert page includes links and other contact information to weather related services. Read More>
Important Renovation Update -- An unexpected timeline adjustment to the interior and exterior renovation work at the Central Library will impact the Fiction collection starting February 1, 2016. New Fiction books will continue to be available. The main book stacks are expected to be complete in April and at that time another temporary location for the Fiction books will be available. Staff will work with visitors to place holds on copies at other locations. We apologize for this inconvenience.
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The Glendale Arts & Culture Commission, an advisory board to the City Council of the City of Glendale, is seeking proposals from consultants or consultant teams with specific experience in public art master planning for the purpose of developing a Public Art Master Plan for the City of Glendale. Read More>
Adams Square MiniPark Gas Station Exhibition, ends March 19. Read More>
Free parenting workshops will continue through the school year covering topics such as cyberbullying, depression and positive parenting. Join Dr. Ilin Magran, Glendale Unified School District Student Support Services, for these informative workshops at the Library Connection @ Adams Square. Seating is limited. Please call 818-548-3833 to pre-register for each workshop. Read More>
TEEN PARENTS - Skills for Teen Parents
This new program series is open to pregnant or parenting young adults between the ages of 13-21. All programs feature storytimes for your children. Programs will be held at the Pacific Park Library. Read More>
Create a bookmark for the Summer Reading Program theme, “Read for the Win.” If your entry is one of the four chosen by age group, it will become an official bookmark for the Library for 2016. All submissions must be completed in the Library. For ages 1-18. Read More>
Want to try an eBook? Borrow an iPad mini from the Library! Bring your library card and photo ID in person to any Library, Arts & Culture location. Borrow an iPad mini and use it for three weeks as an eReader, with the Library’s mobile app and other library mobile services. Read More>