Catalina Island visitors have a wide range of opportunities to discover the many adventures of this Southern California vacation destination, but for many travelers a Catalina Island vacation wouldn’t be a vacation without some time spent on the beach with a good book. Or some time spent posting photos on Facebook. Or even some quick time checking email.
All of that – and more – can happen at the Avalon branch of the Los Angeles County Library. With a generous collection of best sellers, as well as children’s books, non-fiction, a travel section and DVDs, the Avalon library is popular with visitors and locals alike. Anyone who resides in the state is eligible to apply for a library card and – just in case you forget to return your book before you leave, books can be returned to any Los Angeles County library branch. The Avalon library also features free wifi and computers available for public use.
Recently the Friends of the Avalon Library received a grant and they are currently developing a series of educational lectures that will be focused on Catalina Island.
The Avalon Library is located at 215 Sumner Avenue. The library is closed on Sunday and Monday, but has generous hours the other five days. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday it is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, the Avalon Library is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.