Holiday Deals to enjoy at home.

Photos by Summy Lam, Club Director of Marketing

Holiday Deals to Enjoy at Home

John and Kelley recommend these Club deals that are perfect for home. Put them to good use, right where you are.

Connect with these deals on the Club Webstore:

Alpine Swiss: 15% off anything on the site.

Apple Products: 10% off select Apple products.

Samsung: up to 30% off select Samsung products.

Skechers: 30% off Skechers shoes.

Gourmet Gift Baskets: 15% percent off all products online.

Omaha Steaks: 10% off online purchases plus free shipping on select combos.

1-800-Flowers: 15% off.

BULLS Bikes: 14% off up to 2 bikes.

Pegasus Bikes: 14% off up to two bikes.


In addition, Entertainment has many online offers for big brand retailers, including:

American Eagle Outfitters
Ann Taylor
Chicago Steak Company
Dell Outlet
Kay Jewelers
Lane Bryant
Michael Kors
Steve Madden



A Hawkins Holiday Reading List

What to read while staying safer at home this holiday season? Below (and continuing on are some of the Library’s most requested winter holiday books, as well as some titles celebrating the season generally. If your holiday isn’t represented, feel free to email, and the Librarians can help. John and Kelley hope these suggestions help bring the season to you and yours and make it merry and bright. (Special thanks to the Librarians and to Susan Lendroth, Public Relations Specialist, for her assistance.)


Sign up for FUN activities from the Library

The Library invites Alive! readers and their families to join the Library this winter for some fresh, fun activities like working with markers, learning about the Neighborhood Science program, participating in a coding challenge – and reading of course! Register for the Winter Reading Challenge at Complete five activities and be entered into a drawing to win a prize from the Library Store!

Christmas Cooking With the Club


Holidays of Yesteryear

What has been – the holidays in Los Angeles – will certainly be again in years to come. Here are some vintage photos courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library. We thank Christina Rice, Sr. Librarian, Photo Collection, Los Angeles Public Library, for her assistance.