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  • Toys find a little nighttime mischief at Huntington Beach Library

    Toys find a little nighttime mischief at Huntington Beach Library
    The Tabby Theater at the Huntington Beach Public Library echoed with children's laughter as they watched a slide show about their toys' adventures the night before.
  • Friends of the Libraries: For a library lover, this tops Christmas

    Every great community needs a great library. More than any other institution, the public library connects us with our past, enriches our present and prepares us for a better tomorrow. Our Costa Mesa libraries serve people of all ages, interests and...

    Library displays historic pictures to remind people of bygone era

    Library displays historic pictures to remind people of bygone era
    Gone are the days when Huntington Beach residents could walk past the metal arches that once connected the four corners of Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway or sit in a Red Car trolley waiting as a cow strolled across the tracks. But those moments...

    Retail Therapy: Books for those in need

    Story time: Westminster Mall will host a family-friendly Book Blast from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday in its center court area. Kids will enjoy readings, giveaways and story-inspired activities. Families are invited to bring a new or gently used book to be...

    Library to host annual authors festival

    Library to host annual authors festival
    The Friends of the Children's Library Author's Festival will return for its 26th year Jan. 28 with nearly two dozen authors slated to make presentations at local schools. The 23 participating authors will be spread among 14 public and private schools...