Join friends and neighbors for “Edible Gardening,” Saturday, June 29 at 10:00 a.m. at the Sierra Madre Public Library, hosted by noted horticulturist John Lyons.
Family Fun is on tap at the Sierra Madre Public Library this summer. Reading is So Delicious! Sierra Madre’s eight-week Summer Reading Program starts on Monday, June 10 and runs through Saturday, August 3. June will see two exciting family fun programs at the Library.
On Monday, June 17 at 10 a.m. balloon storyteller, Annie Banannie, will cook up an entertaining and sensational balloon stories.
Then on Thursday, June 27 at 7 p.m. stop by after dinner to be part of Animal Magic, an exciting audience participation comedy magic show with live exotic pets!
Reading is So Delicious! Sierra Madre’s eight-week Summer Reading Program starts on Monday, June 10 and runs through Saturday, August 3, 2013. Participants may register anytime during this period and read to earn prizes along the way.
Did you know the largest use of water in Sierra Madre is for irrigation? While there are many ways to save water, one of the best ways to conserve is to lessen the frequency and/or the duration of landscape irrigation.
The dry winter Sierra Madre just experienced seriously affected the groundwater levels as well as increased consumption by the City’s water customers. Due to the lack of rainfall, there was no recovery in the water levels in the East Raymond groundwater basin leading the Raymond Basin Watermaster to reduce the City’s groundwater pumping right by almost 47%.
As warm weather is upon us, it is imperative that everyone in the community does everything they can to conserve water. Active, thoughtful water conservation by everyone in Sierra Madre now could help the City avoid stringent mandatory measures and/or the import of water from sources outside the City.Due to low water levels in the aquifer that Sierra Madre draws all of its water from, the City Council will hold a Public Hearing on May 28, 2013 at 6:30 pm.
A winner has been selected in the Mount Wilson Trail Race Kid’s Fun Run T-shirt Design Contest. The winning artwork is titled “Kid’s Run” and was submitted by Sierra Madre Elementary School student Christine Manoukian. Christine’s artwork will be featured on the back of the MWTR Kid’s Fun Run T-shirt. She will be recognized for her accomplishment on Saturday, May 25th at the Mount Wilson Trail Race prior to the Kids’ Fun Run. Approximately 20 youth submitted their artwork for the second year of the contest held by the City of Sierra Madre’s Mount Wilson Trail Race Committee. Submitted pieces of artwork had to include a depiction of Mount Wilson in their design. For more information on the Mount Wilson Trail Race and activities please contact the Community Services Department at 626-355-5278.