Surf City Highlights - April 2013 -
13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher.
Every shape, style, color and flyer was on the Surf City sand over this two-day spectacular. Here’s a musical edit where we see a few of the kites fly over or through some of Huntington’s iconic images.read more
Everything you need to know about downloading books from the Library on most devices was on display. Mainly many questions from library patrons were answered from the company, OverDrive, who supplies
The HB Central Library with the software and interface so that checking in, checking out and surfing titles at home or on mobile devices are done with ease.
Over 500 people representing non –profits, business and civic groups came together to paint, plant and make over the Oak View area.read more
Singer Songwriter Carrie Rodriguez performed for a packed audience, as the Art Center reaches out to new patrons through music.read more
An entire week of literacy-involved topics and events resulted in a day of visiting children’s author’s with many children receiving awards for their own writing.read more
The series of events of 911 are still vivid memories for many, and for the Huntington Beach Police Officer’s Association as well as our Fire Fighters Association – it’s a personal one, with roots that go back to December of 2001. This fundraising activity at the Hyatt Regency Resort, leads the effort to build a memorial at City Hall. 911 family survivors, elected officials, sponsors and community fundraising volunteers came together February 10 for a somber, poignant and fun evening of reflection and actionread more
Through the Huntington Beach Human Relations Task Force, HB Reads One Book introduced their sixth book, “13 Reasons Why” by Jay Asher. Here is an overview of the events and people, including the author himself of how or why this national best seller captivated so many youth and adult readers with the added backdrop of the ani-bullying efforts by the HB Youth Board.read more