Friends of San Pedro Public Library 

When:  Sunday, January 27, 2019, 2:00 PM        Where:  The Grand Annex, 434 West 6th Street, San Pedro


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By joining the Friends group you will be able to go to the monthly book sales on Friday which is open to Friends members only.  You will get a quarterly Newsletter announcing programs we put on, as well as being invited to the annual Friends dinner.  There are various levels of annual memberships as well as becoming a Life member.  As a Life member, your name will be inscribed on a plaque in the library.  Just complete the form  and mail it with your check to Friends of San Pedro Library, 931 S. Gaffey St., San Pedro, CA  90731-3606.  It will be processed and a confirmation letter will be sent to you with your Friends Membership Card.

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Friends of San Pedro Library Presents

An Afternoon with Val Zavala



Val Zavala, who recently retired after 30 years at KCET , the largest independent public broadcasting station in the United States, served the station in various capacities, most recently as Vice-President of News and Public Affairs. She also anchored the award-winning news magazine So Cal Connected and Life and Times. Since joining KCET in 1987 she won fifteen Los Angeles Emmy awards. Ms. Zavala has covered major issues in Southern California politics, education, government, demographics, health care, environment, economy, arts, and culture. She has been honored for her community service by numerous organization including the California Chicano News Media Association, Hispanic Americans for Fairness in Media, and as Woman of the Year to benefit the California Science Center. She is on the board of Southern California's Alzheimer's Association and has also served as a trustee of Mount St. Mary's College. She received her Master's Degree in journalism from American University and her Bachelor's Degree in Latin American Studies from Yale University.