Cindy Carrillo

Friends of the Carpinteria Library board member, Cindy Carrillo, displays books issued for disbursement.

The Artesania para la Familia program, in collaboration with Aliso Elementary School, provided free books and masks to children and parents at the Aliso School lunch pick-up line on Monday, Sept. 28. The continued community disbursement is funded by the Friends of the Carpinteria Library, La Centra Sumerlin Foundation and State Farm. Artesania para la Familia has scheduled their next book disbursement as part of the lunch pick-up at Monte Vista Park. The Dia de los Muertos book and craft is scheduled for later in October. The Artesania para la Familia program allows students to continue their engagement in the arts and literacy. 

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