Palos Verdes “Live At The Library” Music Festival!

Palos Verdes “Live At The Library” Music Festival!

Malaga Cove Library, Palos verdes Estates, CA 90274

The Palos Verdes Peninsula Friends of the Library will be presenting “Live at the Library” music festival on several Saturdays, from June to August, 2017, at the three libraries here on the Peninsula.  The Peninsula Friends of the Library is a non-profit corporation and is the sole fundraising organization of the Palos Verdes Library District.  This all-volunteer membership organization was founded by a group of devoted library supporters in 1961 to enhance the services and programs of our Palos Verdes libraries.  Currently, some of the benefits of the Friends include Sunday hours at the Peninsula Center Library, Summer Reading Program, internet & wi-fi access at all three libraries, Library Update Newsletter, The Annex, story time programs, eBooks, eMagazines and subscriptions to online services, movie screenings, concerts, on-line language programs and used book sales which generate over $200,000 annually.

This is a great opportunity for Palos Verdes residents to enjoy some local music here at our Palos Verdes libraries on a Saturday afternoon from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The music series is as follows:

June 3, 2017 – Malaga Cove Library – The Kaleisocope Trio will be performing in the gallery.

June 17, 201 – Peninsula Center Library – The Sound of Cina Guzheng Ensemble will be performing in the community room.

July 1, 2017 – Malaga Cove Library – The Velvet Frogs Barbershop Quartet will be performing in the gallery.

July 15, 2017 – Miraleste Library –  Inca, The Peruvian Ensemble will be performing on the deck.

July 29, 2017 – Peninsula Center Library – Classical Hindustani Music with Suman Laha and Friends – will be performing in the community room.

August 12, 2017 – Miraleste Library – The Artisan Guitar Ensemble – will be performing at the deck.

For more information on this program go to www.pvld.org, or contact Laura Ishzaka at (310) 377-9584 x 215.

Photo courtesy of Malaga Cove Library

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