The Inglewood City Council did not meet this week so it was appropriate to provide some information about the Inglewood Public Library located adjacent to City Hall.
If you do not have an Inglewood Public Library Card, you may apply for the NEW Digital Library Card. You may use your Digital Library Card to access all of the Online Resources offered by the Inglewood Public Library. To get more information, visit link in bio to apply #library #inglewoodlibrary #reading #education #inglewood
If you lost your job as a result of COVID-19 or otherwise looking for work and need help writing and formatting your resume, the Inglewood Public Library is offering resume writing assistance to members of the community on Tuesday’s from 2-3pm. For more information, you may visit link in bio #resume #resumehelp #inglewood #inglewoodlibrary #resumebuilder.
The Inglewood Public Library is also continuing their efforts to provide expanded access to our resources, by offering Curbside Service and Home Delivery Service for card holders. These services will provide safe access to physical materials through contactless curbside pickup. Curbside Service Hours are from 10am-4pm. For more information, please visit link in bio #Inglewood #reading #library #inglewoodlibrary. In addition, FREE MOVIES are available to Inglewood Public Library card holders. Visit https://cityofinglewood.kanopy.com/ for more information .
Also, as a community service, the Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP) is hosting an Online Workshop Series entitled Hot Topic Tuesday. The workshops are an online discussion series of substance use/abuse prevention-related topics and its relevance to current community issues. The last Hot Topic was scheduled for Tuesday, August 4, and the topic was, “Educator’s Perspective on Virtual Learning during COVID-19”. For more information on the next online workshop and topic contact Ms. Jessica Abaya at firstname.lastname@example.org. 2t2Sponlsoredh. ·
If you are not sure when to use a mask the City of Inglewood has posted what you need to know to remain safe and stay ‘above ground, as prepared by the Center for Disease Control.’ Wear a mask when you are in a public setting, especially when it is difficult stay 6 feet away from others not living in your household. Learn more at bit.ly/HowToWearCFC @cdcgov #readyinglewood #inglewood.
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