Anne Perry

Period Costume

Bookworks

Stephen Palumbi Author Event
Juan Sanchez
Read-A-Thon 2014
Read-A-Thon Participants
Celebrating Forty Years!
Friends at Nonprofit of the Year Dinner
Audience for Peter Fischer
Brad Herzog, April 17
Reception for Life Members and Benefactors
lucky raffle winners
Selling raffle tickets
Anne Perry
Period Costume at Anne Perry Event
Bookworks at the Anne Perry Event
My Half of the Sky
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News From the PG Library Friends

Tech Teens

Three Pacific Grove High School students have been the backbone of the Teen Tech Program at the PG Library.  One evening a month for the past year, George Haugen, Michelle Haugen, and Golnoush Pak have been available to help anyone who needs technological advice and assistance.   The efforts of George and Golnoush were honored on Wednesday, May 13, at a program honoring PG High's 2015 graduating class.  Susan Steele, President of the Friends, presented each with a check for $1500 to help defer their educational expenses.  Since Michelle isn't graduating this year, she got her check...

Prints of Nancy Hauk's Watercolors for Sale

100% of the proceeds from the giclee prints of Nancy Hauk's paintings sold at the library will go to the library's restoration fund. You can purchase these from the library, while supplies last. Swans, $50.

Prints of Nancy Hauk's Watercolors for Sale

100% of the proceeds from the giclee prints of Nancy Hauk's paintings sold at the library will go to the library's restoration fund. You can purchase these from the library, while supplies last.  Reflecting Reeds, $100.

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