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Woodland Hills Branch Library

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Exterior view of the Woodland Hills Library
Address:
22200 Ventura Boulevard
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Phone:
818-226-0017
Fax:
818-226-9056
Email:
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Librarian:
Barbara Metzenbaum, Senior Librarian
Upcoming Events at Woodland Hills Branch Library
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