The Public Works Department administers a slurry sealing program as a preventative measure to extend the life of pavement Citywide. The 2014-2015 slurry seal project is occurring in the Northwest Quadrant of the City, which include the areas bound by the west City boundary, Imperial Avenue, Sheldon Street, and Mariposa Avenue. The project will begin at the end of September and continue through to the end of October.
The library's Drop-In Lobby Events feature a six-program series with local professional artists, landscape designers, members of the El Segundo Historical Society, and library staff leading hands-on activities and lecture presentations.
Beginning at 12:00pm on Wednesday, October 14th, representatives from the International Garden Center will be on-hand to discuss gardening strategies in our current drought.
All workshops take place in the library's lobby, are free, and include supplies. Please feel free to bring your own supplies for inspiration. For additional information about this or other Drop-In Lobby Events, please call (310) 524-2728.
Thursday October 15, 2015
El Segundo Certified Farmers Market
Located on the 400 block of Main Street in El Segundo, the Farmers Market boasts fresh organic produce, hot prepared delicious foods, packaged gourmet food vendors, handmade crafts, live entertainment in a fun family friendly atmosphere.
Avoid the traffic and stop by weekly for fresh produce and great dining options in downtown El Segundo. Come down and meet up with neighbors and friends in our family friendly market.
Concerts in the Library: The Honey Lulus--Tiki Polynesian Trio Kate Friedricks, Christina Linhardt, and Justeen Ward are three enchanting wahines who perform Vintage Tiki song and dance with ukuleles and authentic Hawaiian implements. They promise to conjure up balmy breezes, fragrant flowers, and sunny shores with their ukuleles and vocal harmonies. This performance will take place at 2:00pm. on Saturday, October 17, in the Friends of the Library Room. The program is part of a series called Concerts in the Library, featuring classical and jazz programs, as well as music from different traditions.
Programs in the series will take place the third Saturday each month from September to December. All concerts are free and light refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library.
The library is located at 111 W. Mariposa Avenue and Main Street. Call (310) 524-2728 for additional information