Mark your calendars!
January 14th is National Dress Up Your Pet Day! Help us celebrate by sending a picture of your pet all dressed up to firstname.lastname@example.org and you'll be entered in our contest to win a special prize for your pet!
E-mail your entry to email@example.com.
Deadline : Tuesday, January 31st
Drawcember is here!
Middle and high school students can enter our Buena Park Library art contest!
E-mail your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org with an original, family-friendly drawing.
Deadline : Monday, January 2nd.
November is National Novel Writing Month and to celebrate the Buena Park Library is having a Flash Fiction Writing Contest for teens!
Send an original, family friendly story between 5 - 1,000 words to email@example.com and you'll be entered to win a book bundle!
Last day to submit your entry is Monday, December 5th.
October is Photographer Appreciation Month and we want to appreciate you!
Send an original, family friendly photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org and you'll be entered in our contest to win a light up glitter photo frame and have your work displayed in the library!
Last day to submit your entry is Monday, November 7th.
Ages 13-18 only.
Kids 12 years old and younger, join us on Zoom to share about your favorite book and hear about other kids' favorite books while we all snack on brownies in a cup.
First, pick up a brownie kit from the children's desk between August 1-6 (while supplies last).
Second, at 6:15 p.m. on Thursday, August 11, ask a grownup to help you make your brownie in a cup.
Third, at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 11, join the Zoom meeting with your brownie for our brownie book chat.
Kids ages 4-12, play black out bingo with the library for a chance to win a Target gift card.
Download your bingo card and complete all the activities. Then, send a picture of your blacked out bingo card to email@example.com by September 30, or turn it in at the children's desk between September 12-30.
Winners will be contacted in early October.
Composting with Worms – maintaining a worm bin for small space composting
UCCE Masters of Gardeners of Orange County defines compost as biologically active material that results from decomposition of organic matter under controlled circumstances. What role do worms play in helping this process?
Join us on Zoom, Saturday, July 9th at 11am, to learn all about the process and how to create and maintain your own worm bin for small space composting.
Join the Master Gardeners of Orange County and learn how these winged creatures can help your garden!
This is a virtual program via Zoom. Register by clicking on the link below.