A Day at the Library
A DAY AT THE LIBRARY
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
In honor of book clubs around the country reading and celebrating Susan Orlean’s latest best-seller, The Library Book, please join us on not just one but two special curated tours of The Los Angeles Central Library followed by lunch with the owner of Literary Affairs Julie Robinson at Café Pinot.
Wednesday, February 27
10:30am – 1:30 pm
L.A. Central Library
630 W. 5th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Join us for a private tour of the Central Library and a tour of the exhibit 21 Collections: Every Object Has a Story with the curator Todd Lerew. The tours will be followed by a luncheon at Café Pinot with Julie Robinson.
Tickets are $100. All net proceeds will be donated by Literary Affairs to the Library Foundation to support the LA Public Library programs.
This event is SOLD OUT and WAIT LIST ONLY.
ABOUT THE LIBRARY FOUNDATION OF
For 25 years, the Library Foundation of Los Angeles has provided critical support to the Los Angeles Public Library resulting in free programs, resources, and services available to the millions of adults and children of Los Angeles. Through fundraising, advocacy and innovative programs, the Library Foundation strengthens the Los Angeles Public Library and promotes greater awareness of its valuable resources. For more information, please visit lfla.org.
ABOUT THE LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY
A recipient of the nation’s highest honor for library service — the National Medal from the Institute of Museum and Library Services — the Los Angeles Public Library serves the largest and most diverse urban population of any library in the nation. Its Central Library, 72 branch libraries, collection of more than 6 million books, state-of-the-art technology accessible at lapl.org and more than 18,000 public programs a year provide everyone with free and easy access to information and the opportunity for life-long learning.