Tag Archives: Architecture

Santa Monica photo post

(Click for full size)

Photo Post

Santa Monica Public Library

The Santa Monica Public Library offers tours the third Friday of each month at the main branch. (If you can’t take the tour in person there is a virtual tour here.) This month I was able to go and I’m glad I did! The docent who led our tour was very entertaining and informative, but it was the way she talked about the library that really struck me. She clearly loves the Santa Monica Public Library and loves sharing it with others.

The tour touched on the history of the library, the library’s first librarian Elfie Mosse, high lights from the library’s collection, the library mural by Stanton Macdonald-Wright, some of the architecture of the building, and a taste of all the various events and activities available to the community at the library.

I left the library excited to go back, both for upcoming programming and separately just for fun. (If you don’t think libraries are fun there might be something wrong with you!)

Photo Post