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Resource Centers
American Indian Resource Center
Asian Pacific Resource Center
Black Resource Center
Chicano Resource Center

Ethnic Resource Centers

Ethnic Resource Centers
airc

Located at the Huntington Park Library

Click here for more information about Native American Heritage Month

aprc

Located at the Rosemead
Library

Click here for more information about Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

brc

Located at the
A C Bilbrew
Library

Click here for more information about Black History Month

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Located at the
East Los Angeles Library

Click here for more information about Hispanic Heritage Month

Upcoming Resource Center Events

Date Event

Saturday, September 23,
2:00 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Lula Washington Dance Theatre

Lula Washington Dance TheatreExperience the sheer joy and artistry of dance styles created by legendary choreographer Lula Washington, whose world-class dance company of contemporary modern dance works reflect African American history and culture.

Free and open to the public.

All ages welcome.

Saturday, September 23,
2:00 PM

East Los Angeles Library

Author Talk: Victor VillaseŮor

Villasenor with hatJoin us for a very special event with author Victor Villase√Īor. This celebrated Mexican American author is most well known for his New York Times bestseller Rain of Gold. Author of 10 other novels including, Burro Genius and Crazy Loco Love, his work has been compared to John Steinbeck and Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

Wednesday, September 27,
6:00 PM

Sunkist Library

Fiesta @ Sunkist Library - Drawing with the Masters

Come and learn about the works of several Latin American abstract painters and have the opportunity to create your own art work using the techniques learned in the program.

This program is for adults.

Venga y aprenda sobre la obra de varios pintores abstractos latinoamericanos y haga su propio trabajo de arte utilizando las técnicas aprendidas en el programa.

Este program es para adultos.

Wednesday, September 27,
6:00 PM

Sunkist Library

Fiesta @ Sunkist Library - Drawing with the Masters

Come and learn about the works of several Latin American abstract painters and have the opportunity to create your own art work using the techniques learned in the program.

This program is for adults.

Venga y aprenda sobre la obra de varios pintores abstractos latinoamericanos y haga su propio trabajo de arte utilizando las técnicas aprendidas en el programa.

Este program es para adultos.

Saturday, September 30,
1:00 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Nedra Wheeler Jazz Workshop and Concert

Nedra Wheeler Jazz Workshop and Concert"Nedra Wheeler presents Mingus, Monk and Me Music and Jazz Workshop."

Join us for an enjoyable afternoon with the multi-talented Nedra Wheeler who will educate, enlighten and entertain you with her extraordinary talents as a bassist, musician, composer, vocalist and educatior.

Free and open to the public.

Adults and teens ages 13 and up.

Saturday, September 30,
1:00 PM

East Los Angeles Library

Beyond the Music: A Musical Geography of Mexico

Juan DiesMexico’s folk music and dance styles are very diverse. Different parts of the country have unique instruments, repertoire and techniques rarely heard outside these regions. Join us as Grammy nominated musician and educator Juan Dies guides us in this special lecture/demo on Mexico’s musical geography.  This event is sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

Wednesday, October 4,
6:30 PM

East Los Angeles Library

Latino Comics Expo Meet and Greet

Comics meet and greetCreators from the Latino Comics Expo will be hosting a discussion about their work and how their cultures influence their art. Among the participating creators are Melina Chavarria ("The Magic Glasses"), Grasiela Rodriguez ("Spadra") and  co-founder of the Latino Comics Expo Javier Hernandez ("El Muerto").  

Saturday, October 7,
2:00 PM

East Los Angeles Library

Author Talk: Luis J. Rodriguez

Luis RodriguezEnjoy a very special afternoon with author and 2014 Los Angeles Poet Laurette Luis J. Rodriguez. Mr. Rodriguez has written 15 books in poetry, children’s literature, fiction, and nonfiction, including Always Running and The Republic of East LA. Mr. Rodriguez will share his poetry and life affirming story as well as be available to sign books.

Saturday, October 14,
2:00 PM

Rosemead Library

Triangular Origami Boxes

Make triangular origami boxes to give to friends and family. This program is for adults, teens, and children 8 and up.

Parents be aware that refreshments may be served at this event. An ingredients list will be available.

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center.

boxes

Saturday, October 14,
2:30 PM

East Los Angeles Library

Remembering the Families of Chavez Ravine: Hispanic Genealogy

Chavez Ravine Public DomainLawrence Bouett will speak about the early history of the Los Angeles/Chavez Ravine barrios of Palo Verde, Bishop, and La Loma. He has traced the genealogies of many families who lived there through U.S. Census and Voter registrations between 1910 and 1950.

 

This event is sponsored by the Genealogical Society of Hispanic America

Wednesday, October 18,
6:30 PM

Rosemead Library

Book Club Discussion of Day of Honey: A Memoir of Food, Love and War

Join us for coffee and discussion of Annia Ciezadlo's Day of Honey: A Memoir of Food, Love and War. Ciezadlo reported on wars in Lebanon and Iraq. In days of Honey, she explores the history of Middle Eastern food and writes about the everyday life that goes on behind the wars.

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center.

Adults.

Saturday, October 21,
2:00 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Writers' Showcase

Writers' ShowcaseJoin the students of the AC Bilbrew Writers' Workshop for a series of fascinating stories, memoirs and adventures portrayed in their writings.

The Writers' Workshop is facilitated by writer and author, Odie Hawkins.

Adults.

Saturday, November 4,
2:00 PM

A C Bilbrew Library

Writers' Showcase

Writers' ShowcaseJoin the students of the AC Bilbrew Writers' Workshop for a series of fascinating stories, memoirs and adventures portrayed in their writings.

The Writers' Workshop is facilitated by writer and author, Odie Hawkins.

Adults.