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South Pasadena News and Updates from City Manager Stephanie DeWolfe

Since the Library closed to the public on March 20th, staff have been tracking use of digital resources. We are happy to report that usage has increased dramatically, with library cardholders taking advantage of tutoring and homework help, film streaming, language learning, ebooks and eaudiobooks and more. The Library’s digital collections can be explored on …

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Los Angeles County has allocated funding to the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments (SGVCOG) to support hygiene services for those experiencing homelessness in member cities. South Pasadena will receive up to $9,443.33 in funds which will be used to install a port-a-potty and hand washing station at the War Memorial Building, a hand washing …

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Become a part of local history! COVID-19 Experiences in South Pasadena is an initiative created to share and preserve our community memory and living experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The South Pasadena Public Library is seeking help from our community – both longtime residents and new – to document living history for inclusion in the …

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Did you know research shows that students who read at least 20 minutes daily have a clear literacy advantage over kids who read less or don’t read at all? The Library’s Summer Reading Program (SRP) stops the summer learning slide and strengthens kids’ literacy advantage. Library staff are hard at work planning this year’s program, which will …

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