March 8 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Friday, March 8 • 6-10 p.m. • Central Library
Wild, Wild West
Yeehaw! It’s a Western Shindig, featuring music, dance, shows and art honoring Pasadena’s 2019 One City, One Story selection, In the Distance by Hernán Díaz.
Quilting Bees, or parties, were social gatherings in the West, where everyone worked together on completing a quilt. Join us and color a quilting square to take home with you.
6-9 p.m. • Centennial Room
Western Line Dance
Line dancing is fun and easy to learn. This group dance involves people dancing in one or more lines or rows facing the same direction, and executing the steps at the same time. The steps are straightforward. Presented by Francisco Martínez.
6-6:30 p.m., 7:30-8:30 p.m. & 9:30-10 p.m. • Great Hall/Center
Create a memory of ArtNight to take home with you.
6-9 p.m. • Great Hall/East
Graphic Novel Salon & Gallery
Focus on women creators, writers, artists and publishers in the comics field and learn how they create their characters and plot. Featuring creators from the West: Cecil Castellucci, Leslie Hung, Kristen Gorlitz, Xanthe Bouma, Nilah Magruder, Barbara Randall Kesel, Anne Toole, some or all of the creators of Hex 11, Madeleine Holly-Rosing and more.
Throughout the evening • Reading Wing
Pueblo Revolt in America 96 Years Before the American Revolution
Join this multi-media presentation by documentary filmmaker and abstract artist Patricia Cunliffe, who shares the obscure story and presents abstract depictions surrounded by projections of raw footage from her upcoming documentary, The Pueblo Revolt.
Throughout the evening • Humanities Wing
Crown City Chamber Players
Enjoy a variety of classical music performed by members of the Crown City Symphony.
Throughout the evening • Children’s Room
We’re OK, if You’re OK at the OK Corral
Bring your boots and cowboy hats and be ready to stomp the night away with Theatre Americana. Enjoy memorable and contemporary Country Western music, games, a “two-step” contest and lots of other activities. You’ll be a cowboy or cowgirl by the end of the evening! Y’all come by now, ya hear?
6:30 & 8:30 p.m. • Donald Wright Auditorium
DJG plays special Western music and tempos to Chill Out 2 while enjoying an artwork display.
7-9:30 pm. • East Patio
Commemorating the Stonewall Rebellion
San Gabriel Valley Pride’s contribution will be a literary panel presentation saluting the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion, which took place in NYC in June 1969. The Rebellion is widely considered the beginning of the modern fight for LGBT rights in the United States.
Throughout the evening • Teen Central
Free parking is available in the north lot. Coffee and treats will be available for purchase at Espress Yourself Coffee Bar.
Purchase books at The Friends of the Library Book Sale and support the library at the same time.
Check out Library materials and register for library cards at the Circulation Desk
- Central Library
285 East Walnut Street
Pasadena, CA 91101 United States + Google Map