Monday, May 12, 2008

May Days

May is National Barbecue Month, National Salsa Month, National Egg Month, National Hamburger Month, and Bike to Work Month.

May 12-18 is Children's Book Week (see below)
May 12-16 is Bike to Work Week

Wed-Sunday: 48th District Agricultural Association
(Building 10) Schools' Agricultural and Nutritional Fair "Watch your Garden Grow"
From reading their website, this is an agricultural group financed through horse track proceeds, with the mission of educating children on the role of agriculture in our society. Their education outreach includes teaching materials aimed at the elementary and secondary levels. Here is the the link to their website: Ag is our Bag The Fair in Building 10 includes the exhibits from student agricultural projects.

Wed 11:30-1:30 22nd Annual Pomona Police Awards Luncheon
RSVP deadline was May 8th

@ Pomona Public Library (PPL Blog)

Tues-Thurs: Free Homework Assistance 4-6PM for Grades 1-6
Tues: Preschool and Toddler Storytime at 10:15AM
Wed: Toddler Storytime at 10AM
Thurs: Infant Storytime at 10AM (0-18months)

@ Pomona Public Library (PPL Blog)
Children's Book Week: 12th-18th
3PM Wed (14th) Meet and Greet with an author and his reptilian friend.
Author Jay B. Winderman will be at the library to share his love for tortoises.

@ Metro Pomona
Wed: Farmer's Market 4-8PM

@ City of POMONA
Wed: Planning Commission: Canceled (lack of agenda items)
Thurs: Cultural Arts Commission 6PM in Council Meeting Room (Agenda not available online)


dublius said...

Now that's sad. Whatever happened to Pomona's supposed resurgence?

Pomona's planning commission cancelled a meeting because there are no agenda items. Tha's just sad.

Ed said...

We measure resurgence in geological time frames down here in Pomona.