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Minute to Win It: Teens and Tweens

Minute to Win It: Teens and Tweens Come Wednesday, April 16 to show us your game skills! You have a minute-to-win-it spring-break-style. Library Meeting Room South, 2-4 pm. Teens and tweens are welcome.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=0&title=Minute to Win It: Teens and Tweens
One Book, One City Book Discussion at Roxbury Park

One Book, One City Book Discussion at Roxbury Park Join Rochelle Ginsberg, Human Relations Chair, for a free book discussion of The Boys in the Boat. For more info, call the Library Reference Desk: 310.288.2244
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=0&title=One Book, One City Book Discussion at Roxbury Park
Filmmaking 101 for Teens and Tweens

Filmmaking 101 for Teens and Tweens Beverly Hills Public Library will offer two filmmaking workshops for Teens and Tweens. Use your new skills to create a 90-second Public Service Announcement and enter your work in an Anti-bullying Video Contest.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=0&title=Filmmaking 101 for Teens and Tweens
One Book, One City Author Talk w/ David Davis

One Book, One City Author Talk w/ David Davis Los Angeles based journalist, David Davis will discuss back stories from the 1936 Olympics. Library Auditorium, 2nd floor. For more info call: 310.288.2244.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/event.jsp?eventid=0&title=One Book, One City Author Talk w/ David Davis
Agendas and Minutes

A detailed Commission packet of the current posted meeting agenda is available for review in the Library and the City Clerk's Office. Beginning September 2012, archived meeting videos and minutes will be posted and viewable under Archived
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/commissions/publicworkscommission/agendasandminutes
2013 Summer Reading Programs

This Summer, the Beverly Hills Public Library has something for readers of all ages! This summer's theme is "Have Book Will Travel", and our reading programs begin on Friday, June 14, and continue through Sunday, August 11.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/exploring/beverlyhillspubliclibrary/programsandevents/summerreadingprograms2013
FAQ - Where can I find information on the history of Beverly Hills?

Some history is available on the City website, http://www.beverlyhills.org/about/radio/default.asp. More information can be found by calling the Library archives at 310 288-2285, or by contacting the Beverly Hills Historical Society at (310)
https://clients.comcate.com/reps/logFAQHit.php?ag=31&faqid=4471
2006 Economic Profile - Sharpening the Competitive Edge

the most to the economy, image and tax base, as well as to those that contribute valuable inter-connections between industries. During the day, substantially more people commute into the City (46,218) than there are residents who commute out of the City
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/78298828460604419/2006 Economic Profile - Sharpening the Competitive Edge.pdf
Summer Reading for Adults

DRAWING ARE: 1. One entry per person; 2. All entries become the property of Beverly Hills Public Library; 3. City of Beverly Hills employees and Library employees, and their immediate families, are not eligible to win prizes.
http://www.beverlyhills.org/exploring/beverlyhillspubliclibrary/programsandevents/summerreadingprograms2013/summerreadingforadults
ContactUs

Main Branch Hours Mon - Thurs 9:30 am - 9:30 pm Fri & Sat 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sun 12 noon - 6:00 pm Contact Us Info-Line (310) 288-2200 Automated Renewal Line [renew online, have your Library Card
http://www.beverlyhills.org/exploring/beverlyhillspubliclibrary/contactus/testpage
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