Teen Movie in Bellflower

Posted by Ron Morgan on December 8th, 2015

The Clifton M. Brakensiek Library has assisted the people of Bellflower for more than 70+ years. The first division was opened on 11th of March in 1914. The library relocated 4 times till its present facility was finalized on 16th of August, 1975 and was named in the honour of Clifton M. Brakensiek, Masters of Degree, who made a great contribution by providing the land on which the library is built.

It functioned as the Automated Circulation System pilot location and was the first County library to make use of the new online circulation system in the year 1989. In 1915 there were 213 library cardholders and 412 books were there on the tables. The circulation for the year 1915 was 3,433. If we talk about today, then it has reached approximately 200,000 with 40,000 registered borrowers.

The library consists of 141,177 books for adults and children, 6,491 audio tapes, 7,550 video copies and 188 magazine and newspaper subscriptions containing English and Spanish language magazines, and local and national newspapers. Exceptional collections comprise of the R. D. Boggs Sheet Music Collection, flowing historical American flags, and a complete set of California Deerings' Codes. The Brakensiek Library provides a complete variety of services containing general reference support, online library catalogs that offer admission to the entire County Library assortment and to online reference records; public admittance Internet computers. Children's programs comprise of a Homework Center for children in ratings 3-6 and a Grandparents and Books program.

Situated in the Bellflower Civic Center, the 21,240 square foot building structures 2 orientation desks, a unit labelled for the Homework Centers with 3 CD-ROM workplaces, a huge picture book area with child-size equipment, a journal and paper reading area, a conference room with the capacity of around 95 and 4 locked display cases. You can hire a taxi Hawaiian Gardens to visit the place. The library hours are from 11:00 A.M to 08:00 P.M from Mondays to Wednesdays, 11:00 A.M to 06:00 P.M on Thursdays, 01:00 P.M to 05:00 P.M on Fridays and 11:00 A.M to 05:00 P.M on Saturdays. The library remains closed on Sundays.

So, get ready to join us for the new release on Tuesday, 8th of December 2015 at 04:00 P.M to 06:00 P.M at Clifton M. Brakensiek Library presenting a superhero who can make himself very small to fight against the crime. You can give a call to the librarian to learn about the teen movie title. Those who are 13 to 18 years of age are eligible for the movie. Those who are below 13 years of age are not permitted for the movie. Book a yellow cab Bellflower to arrange the transportation to 9945 E. Flower St. Bellflower, California. You can give a call at the number (562) 925-5543 for any information or queries. The movie tickets are available for purchases. Book them now! You can also get a taxi Seal Beach to make way for the movie destination. Let us mark our calendars for 8th Dec 2015 and be there to watch the movie.

Author Bio:

Ron Morgan is the market representative for Ride Yellow Cab. Ride yellow Cab provides reliable, efficient taxi services in the Long Beach. Our service area includes Lakewood, Signal Hill, Hawaiian Gardens, Seal Beach, Bellflower and the surrounding communities of Long Beach.

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