Tamera Mowry and Sony Pictures Donate To Inglewood Library

Friday, October 16, 2015 Written by 
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Few weeks back, I wrote a gleaming article about the beauty and hidden gem that we have in the Inglewood Public Library, and here’s another reason why:

 

Art Day in Inglewood! It’s 11 o’clock in the morning, and already it’s feeling like we live in Nevada and not 10 minutes from the ocean. I’m sweating and heading to the library after a brief stint at the Grevillea Art Park Mural for the opening ceremonies.

 

I grab my gear and a word with Helen Lesick, who’s headed in the same direction. As she heads into the Gladys Waddingham Lecture Hall to launch the city’s brand new public art website that aims to showcase and highlight the City’s history, I head in the opposite direction to the library where there are tons of AC!

 

A line was formed outside the reading room as I arrived, and the excitement could almost be touched with the tip of a finger. Actress and TV star Tamera Mowry-Housely of FOX’s “The Real,” stopped by to do something very real and dear to her heart—support childhood literacy by reading a chapter out of a Goosebumps book, just in time for Halloween!

 

Sony Pictures, in promotion of their new movie, “Goosebumps” based on the popular series of spooky kids’ books by famous author R.L. Stine, painted the reading room a nice blue color and installed a fully stacked shelf of brand new books. 

 

Tamera also contributed to the library by providing copies of her and twin sister Tia Mowry’s new children’s adventure book titled, “Twintuition” and a couple of brand new Apple iPads!

 

After the reading, Mowry happily spoke to parents, took pictures with children for the Gram, and signed autographs.

 

I remember reading Goosebumps as a kid, so of course I grabbed a couple shirts. They were two big for my girls, so I’ll hold on to them, don’t judge me.

 

Art Day continued with lectures, a poetry reading, panel discussions, a refreshing performance from the Loyola Marymount University Choir, and an outdoor jazz concert to conclude the event.

 

To watch the highlight video of the event, visit www.InglewoodToday.com

 

The City of Inglewood has also launched their Official Facebook Page.  Show some love and “like” your city to stay up to date on all things Inglewood. I anticipate the Art Day celebration becoming a staple event in the community in the coming 

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