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West Valley Regional Branch Library

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Exterior view of the West Valley Library
Address:
19036 Vanowen Street
Reseda, CA 91335
Phone:
818-345-9806
Fax:
818-345-4288
Email:
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Librarian:
Kevin Hasely, Senior Librarian
Upcoming Events at West Valley Regional Branch Library
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Thursdays, 3 to 5 p.m.
Books come alive for kids when they share the fun of reading with STAR library volunteers! Join STAR reader Ms. Drusilla for a wonderful...

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Thursdays at 4:00pm
Join us every Thursday for an hour of stories and fun for preschoolers and their families.

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December 12, 2019 4:00PM
Join us for some fun with a professional family-oriented comedy juggling show! This five-time world record juggler will amaze you! Come and...

Every Friday at 10:00 am
Calm your body and your mind during this one-hour activity.  All levels are welcome!  A certified yoga instructor will teach the class on...

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Every Other Friday at 11:15 a.m.
Join us for an enriching hour of self-awareness, as Pierce College instructor Staci Mintz discusses various styles of meditation to help...

image of young boy jumping with text that reads the goldfinch and film screening
December 14, 2019 2:00PM to 4:00PM
Young Theo inadvertently steals a noteworthy piece of art in the aftermath of an explosion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that kills his...

image of teen with headphones, wearing shirt that says blinded by the light, and text that reads film screening
December 15, 2019 2:00PM to 4:00PM
From writer/director/producer Gurinder Chadha (Bend It Like Beckham) comes the inspirational drama Blinded by the Light, set to the music...

STAR
Mondays from 2:00-4:00 pm, when the Library is open
Books come alive for kids when they share the fun of reading with STAR library volunteers! Join STAR reader Ms. Ronna for a wonderful...

text that reads story play! ages 0-2
Tuesdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m.
A new program featuring a multisensory play gym for children ages 2 and younger. We will have special toys and equipment appropriate for...

Ongoing Events

Student Zone
Use Student Zone computers reserved exclusively for homework. Printing is free for homework assignments. Monday to Thursday from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Sign up at the Information Desk.


Used Book Sale
Daily used book sale in the Friends of the Library Bookstore. Bookstore open until 5pm.

What We Are Reading

  • How to raise a reader

    How to raise a reader

    Paul, Pamela,
  • The Starless Sea

    The Starless Sea

    Morgenstern, Erin

    In her first novel since 2011’s The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern illustrates again that she is a masterful fantasy storyteller

  • Midnight chicken : (& other recipes worth living for)

    Midnight chicken : (& other recipes worth living for)

    Risbridger, Ella,
  • The Girl Who Reads on the Metro

    The Girl Who Reads on the Metro

    Feret-Fleury, Christine

    In The Girl Who Reads on the Metro, Christine Feret-Fleury tells a delightful tale about the love and power of books and the nee

  • Anja Niemi in character

    Anja Niemi in character

    Niemi, Anja, 1976- photographer, interviewee.
  • Today We Go Home

    Today We Go Home

    Estes, Kelli

    Kelli Estes tells parallel stories separated by 150 years: one of a woman’s struggle to get into the US Army to fight in the Civil War, t

  • Violet

    Violet

    Thomas, Scott

    Violet, the new novel from Scott Thomas, author of 2017’s excellent Kill Creek, tells a story that is a bit difficult t

  • Haunting of Tram Car 015

    Haunting of Tram Car 015

    Clark, P. Djeli

    P.

  • Mexican American baseball on the Westside of Los Angeles

    Mexican American baseball on the Westside of Los Angeles

    Santillan, Richard,
  • The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek

    The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek

    Richardson, Kim Michele

    In The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, Kim Michele Richardson tells two stories that have, until now, been overlooked in most fiction an


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