Santa Clarita Public Library Announces Book Selection for 2019 One Story One City Program
SANTA CLARITA PUBLIC LIBRARY ANNOUNCES BOOK SELECTION FOR
2019 ONE STORY ONE CITY PROGRAM
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane to Be Celebrated the Entire Month of March
Every year, the Santa Clarita Public Library’s One Story One City program encourages discussion amongst Santa Clarita residents and promotes reading through the celebration of one story during the month of March. The Santa Clarita Public Library is excited to announce this year’s 2019 book selection is “The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane” by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa See.
“The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane” is a powerful tale about tradition, tea farming, and the enduring connection between mothers and daughters. The moving story focuses on two women separated by circumstance, culture and distance.
Due to the nature of some of the topics covered in the book, this story is recommended for adults and not suitable for young readers under the age of 16.
“We encourage everyone to start reading the book now so when March rolls around, they can get involved in our conversations and book-themed activities. We have copies available at every Santa Clarita Public Library branch,” says City Librarian, Shannon Vonnegut.
One Story One City program events and activities will commence in March. The program is free and is held in partnership with Friends of the Santa Clarita Public Library and Barnes & Noble.
To learn more about One Story One City, please visit SantaClaritaLibrary.com/OneStoryOneCity, or contact Library Administrator Hilda LohGuan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Santa Clarita is home to a flourishing arts scene featuring public art pieces and youth arts education programs. The City administers an arts grants program and provides information and assistance to artists and cultural organizations through the New Heights: Artist Development Workshop. There are four, live theaters in Santa Clarita which regularly educate, entertain and enrich our community through a diverse blend of professional, educational and community programming. From popular musicians and classic plays to art galleries and historic tours, you will find it all in Santa Clarita.
The City of Santa Clarita takes pride in utilizing exhibition spaces to share the talented work of local art organizations, independent artists, and nationally recognized artists. Art galleries enrich our community by bringing new visitors to local exhibit spaces to experience art.
The City of Santa Clarita City Council and Arts Commission is proud to present the New Heights: Artist Development Workshops, which is designed to assist artists, performers, and arts organization representatives to expand their knowledge and to learn valuable tools to increase their ability to be successful. The series comprises workshops, panel discussions, and art trips that are designed to engage creative individuals, no matter what level of experience.
Public Art is a tool to add to the personality of a community, while also encouraging creative expression and discussion. Many of the Public Art projects are an opportunity for the community to be a part of the construction of the pieces, thus creating truly "public" art.
The City of Santa Clarita is committed to increase opportunities for students in the Santa Clarita Valley to participate in and be exposed to high quality arts experiences, while also increasing the awareness of the value the arts add to the community.