Food for Fines PDF Print E-mail

The Best Gift of All… FOOD for the Holidays! – You Make the Difference!Food cans small

October 28-November 22

Clear Your Library Fines and Help Those in Need

Covina Public Library will accept canned goods as payment for overdue fines on all materials. Donations will be distributed by local agencies.

Food for Fines Guidelines:
Goods used in payment for overdue fines must be given to staff at the front desk.
No refunds will be given.
Donated value of each item will be $1.
No IRS receipts will be provided.
No change will be given.
No credit toward future fines.
Collection Accounts are not eligible.
Donations may not be used to pay for lost or damaged items.
No damaged or expired foods will be accepted.
No perishable food items.
No food items in glass jars.


No Fines? Even if you have no fines, food donations will always be gratefully accepted. For more information, please contact Circulation Services at (626) 384-5303.

 
Thank You To Our Summer Reading Program Sponsors! PDF Print E-mail

RocketThe Summer Reading Program encourages development and enhancement of literacy skills by making reading and learning fun for all ages with reading rewards.  Your generosity has enabled the possibility of lifelong reading and learning to flourish..

Thank you:

The Friends of the Covina Public Library
All Pets Medical and Surgical Center | Baskin Robbins
Brunswick Covina Bowl | Citrus College | Cold Stone Creamery
Country General Store | Credit Union of Southern California
The Huntington Library | In-N-Out Burger | Kids Art | Kiwanis Club of Covina-West Covina-South Hills | Legoland | Marie Callender’s McDonald’s | Naria’s Boutique | Red Dragon Karate | Room 2 Dance Thematic Attic | Two Toms’ Juice Bar and Eatery | Utility Board Shop

 
Computer Tutoring Sessions PDF Print E-mail

penguin computerDo you need to brush up on your computer skills? Sign up for one or six computer tutoring subjects! Each participant will be assigned to a computer. Each session will consist of 30-40 minutes of instruction and 20-30 minutes of practice time allowing for one-on-one assistance with the instructor. Students will receive a booklet for each session subject. For further information, please call the Library at (626) 384-5276 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Ages 18 & up.

LOCATION: Library, Upstairs Conference Room

INSTRUCTORS: Jennifer Blair and Krizia Virbia (Spanish)

DAY & TIME: By appointment

FEE: $5 per session

TOPICS:

Basics of Windows (7)
Using the Internet
Setting up an Email Account (Gmail)
Basics of Microsoft Word
Introduction to Microsoft Excel
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

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Homework Center - Grades 1-8 PDF Print E-mail

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The Library offers academic homework help for students in grades 1-8 on a drop-in basis. The program offers students the opportunity to complete homework assignments in a safe and welcoming environment. The Homework Help Center is open during the school year only.

LOCATION: Library, Community Room

DATES: September 16-December 11

DAYS & TIME: Tuesdays-Thursdays, 3:30-5 pm

FEE: $3 per week per child

For more information, please call (626) 384-5280

 
Paws for Books PDF Print E-mail

PawsThe Library invites children who are learning to read to visit the children’s area and read to a loving, friendly dog. This unique program gives readers the opportunity to read to a nonjudgmental listener -- one who will accept the story exactly as it is read. All dogs have received certification from Therapy Dogs International, Delta Pet Partners, or Therapy Dogs Incorporated. Read for fifteen minutes and earn a Paws ticket. Collect three Paws tickets (equal to 45 minutes of reading) and get a free DVD rental! Children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

DAY & TIME: Fridays, 3:30-4:30 pm

LOCATION: Covina Public Library 234 N. Second Avenue

 
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