For more information and to make reservations, call (949) 824-4651, or go to http://www.literaryorange.org.
Think about a Library Master Plan
When people think of our local libraries, they probably first think of books, then recorded information such as musical CDs, movie DVDs, computers for Internet access, etc. The truth is that libraries are all these things, but the most important thing to realize is that libraries are undergoing radical and rapid changes in how they provide services.
In addition, our Costa Mesa demographics are changing. Our facilities are aging — and small. And though more services are provided electronically, there hasn't been a decrease in "regular" service needs. Therefore, to plan realistically for the next 10 or 20 years, we need a well-thought-out plan produced by people who understand the future of libraries, as well as a survey of our community to determine local needs. All of this — and more — should be included in a Library Master Plan for Costa Mesa.
Think about what you want in your Costa Mesa libraries. And let people know. Let our City Council know. Talk to your neighbors, friends and relatives.
Remember, the squeaky wheel gets the grease.
At the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library
Over the years, origami has proven to be a very popular activity for both adults and children.
Come to the library March 31 for a free origami workshop for families. This is a "hands-on" workshop, and you will learn to make fun paper crafts. This free program begins at 2 p.m. in the library's community room.
The Mystery Book Club meets at 6:30 p.m. on the last Tuesday of the month in the library's community room. For the past few months, the Mystery Book Club has been reading books by popular male mystery authors.