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Resource Centers
American Indian Resource Center
Asian Pacific Resource Center
Black Resource Center
Chicano Resource Center
Ethnic Resource Centers
airc

Located at the Huntington Park Library

For more information about Native American Heritage Month
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aprc

Located at the Rosemead Library

For more information about Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
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brc

Located at the
A C Bilbrew Library

For more information about Black History Month
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crc

Located at the
East Los Angeles Library

For more information about Hispanic Heritage Month
click here

Upcoming Resource Center Events

Date Event

Saturday, January 31,
1:00 PM

AC Bilbrew Library

African American Genealogy Workshop

This workshop will introduce both beginners and experienced researchers to resources and strategies necessary in conducting family history research. Facilitated by Charlotte Bocage, Family Historian and Professional Genealogist.

You may view a flyer here.

Saturday, January 31,
2:00 PM

Rosemead Library

Pastry for the Lunar New Year

Red Bean Pastry

Get ready for the lunar new year -- the year of the sheep.  Celebrate with red bean pastry.  Phoebe Chow will give a demonstration on how to make these festive treats.

This program is for adults and teens.

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center.

 

Parents be advised that refreshments will be served at this program.  A list of ingredients will be available.

 

 

Saturday, February 7,
11:00 AM

Rosemead Library

Salute to the Flying Tigers in China photo Exhibit

Aircraft

The photo exhibit depicting the history of the Flying Tigers, air squadrons under the command of General Claire Chennault during WWII, will be on display during library open hours.  This exhibit is the work of Pedro Chan, a long-time collector of Flying Tigers memorabilia.

Sponsors of this exhibit include the Flying Tigers and their families, the Chinese American Community, and honorary sponsor Anna Chennault, widow of General Claire Chennault.

 

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center

Tuesday, February 10,
12:00 PM

Rosemead Library

Salute to the Flying Tigers in China Photo Exhibit

aircraftThe photo exhibit depicting the history of the Flying Tigers, air squadrons under the command of General Claire Chennault during WWII, will be on display during library open hours.  This exhibit is the work of Pedro Chan, a long-time collector of Flying Tigers memorabilia.

Sponsors of this exhibit include the Flying Tigers and their families, the Chinese American Community, and honorary sponsor Anna Chennault, widow of General Claire Chennault.

 

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center

Wednesday, February 11,
12:00 PM

Rosemead Library

Salute to the Flying Tigers in China Photo Exhibit

aircraftThe photo exhibit depicting the history of the Flying Tigers, air squadrons under the command of General Claire Chennault during WWII, will be on display during library open hours.  This exhibit is the work of Pedro Chan, a long-time collector of Flying Tigers memorabilia.

Sponsor of this exhibit include the Flying Tigers and their families, the Chinese American community, and honorary sponsor Anna Chennault, widow of General Claire Chennault.

 

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center

Thursday, February 12,
10:00 AM

Rosemead Library

Salute to the Flying Tigers in China Photo Exhibit

aircraftThe photo exhibit depicting the history of the Flying Tigers, WWII air squadrons under the command of General Claire Chennault, will be on display during library open hours.  This exhibit is the work of Pedro Chan, a long-time collector of Flying Tigers memorabilia.

Sponsors of this exhibit include the Flying Tigers and their families, the Chinese American community, and honorary sponsor Anna Chennault, widow of General Claire Chennault.

 

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center

Friday, February 13,
12:00 PM

Rosemead Library

Salute to the Flying Tigers in China photo Exhibit

Aircraft

The photo exhibit depicting the history of the Flying Tigers, air squadrons under the command of General Claire Chennault during WWII, will be on display during library open hours.  This exhibit is the work of Pedro Chan, a long-time collector of Flying Tigers memorabilia.

Sponsors of this exhibit include the Flying Tigers and their families, the Chinese American Community, and honorary sponsor Anna Chennault, widow of General Claire Chennault.

 

Hosted by the Asian Pacific Resource Center

Saturday, February 14,
1:00 PM

AC Bilbrew Library

Black History Month Exhibit and Book Presentation

Share Black History Month with author, speaker, exhibitor, Farrell J. Chiles. He will discuss his latest book, "African American Warrant Officers...In Service to Our Country" and share a short video on his Veteran's history Project interview. Mr. Chiles will also display his extensive collection collection of United States Commemorative Gold Medal replicas including the medals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and many other African Americans.

You may view a flyer here.

Saturday, February 21,
11:00 AM

AC Bilbrew Library

Black History Month Art Exhibit by Ramsess

Celebrate Black History monty with Kisasi Ramsess, Los Angeles self-taught artist who is nationally known for his multiple media art, "ranging from ink to acrylic to mosaic to glass to cloth." His love of blues and jazz music is often reflected in his art. Ramsess will showcase a wide range of his creations, including portraits, quilts, calendars, posters, cards, and coloring books.

You may view a flyer here.