LA County Library’s Annual Summer Lunch at the Library Program is Back with Grab & Go Lunches for Kids & Teens at Select Libraries Starting June 16, LA County Library Will Provide Free, Nutritious Lunches for Pick-up at 24 Library Locations, Tuesday – Friday, 12 – 1 pm This summer, LA County Library continues its … Continue reading LA County Library’s Annual Summer Lunch at the Library Program
LA County families have a new resource for food and groceries. Families who are normally able to receive free or reduced-cost meals at school, may now qualify for additional cash benefits (up to $365 per eligible child) through the Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) program. Families with children who are eligible for free and reduced-price meals, and who … Continue reading Pandemic EBT Program
April 14, 1:00 – 2:00pm | Natural History Museum iNaturalist TrainingApril 15, 1:30 – 2:30pm | Heal the Bay Knowledge Drop: Community ScienceApril 15, 3:00 – 4:00pm | AXS Art: Studio Life Online Art ClassesApril 16, 9:00am | Canvas8 Pandemic Culture Webinar Series: Re-EvaluationApril 16, 10:00am | COVID-19: Ongoing Global Responses and Social ImpactApril 16, … Continue reading Online Events!
A great way to show support for your community during the Safer at Home order is to enjoy delicious offerings from local restaurants. While social distancing requirements and Safer at Home guidelines include a ban on dine-in service orders, restaurants are allowed to provide pick-up and delivery service. And many are! Mike Bonin wants to … Continue reading Support your local restaurants – 11th District
How are homeless agencies responding to COVID-19? We’ve been hearing a lot of understandable concern pertaining to COVID-19 and its impact on people experiencing homelessness in L.A. County. We are encouraged to see how eager people are to provide support to our most vulnerable neighbors, so here are a few important things you should know. … Continue reading EveryoneIn Responding to COVID-19
Life seems full of ever-increasing piles of paperwork – bills to pay, appointments to make, forms to sign, carpools to organize – so much tedious, time-consuming, unpaid labor. Call it the homework of adulthood, and many of us are earning a failing grade. Columbia Law School professor Elizabeth Emens calls this work “life admin,” and … Continue reading Paperwork, Appointments And Repairs: Managing Adult Responsibilities