You may not have noticed yet, but warmer weather is creeping up on us! Summer may be over a month away "officially" but the temperatures are predicted to start climbing this week and stay up there. The Museum is an official Imperial County Cooling Center again this year, and because of this, starting Tuesday, May 20th, we will be operating on summer hours.
This means we'll be open Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-3pm for people who need a break from the heat. We'll have air conditioning, chairs, a TV and DVD player with a few movies for kids (though you can always bring your child's favorite with you). The library will have a summer reading program going on in June and July: Wednesday June 18 and 25, July 9 and 16 at 10:30am. All children are welcome to join. Karate lessons are also returning this summer. Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 3-July 8: 10am-10:45 for ages 5-9, 11am-12 for ages 10 and up (adults, this includes you!) It's a great way to get the kids moving around and best of all- it's free!
Call us at 760-358-7016 to sign up for Karate or if you have any questions about our summer hours (or anything else!)