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Entertaining Kids

April 13, 1990|Clipboard researched by Elena Brunet and Janice L. Jones / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

Children's programs in the 28 branches of the Orange County Public Library attracted nearly 130,000 visitors during fiscal year 1989. The Westminster branch's 257 programs was tops around the county while Garden Grove Regional drew the most kids. Here's a breakdown of both programs and numbers of visitors:

Number of Number Branch Programs Attending Brea 75 4,561 Costa Mesa Main 61 2,392 Costa Mesa-Mesa Verde 84 5,361 Crown Valley (South County) 71 2,898 Cypress 142 8,199 Dana Niguel 156 4,058 El Toro 78 2,476 Fountain Valley 85 2,161 Garden Grove-Chapman 65 5,335 Garden Grove-Regional 146 11,950 Garden Grove-West 98 1,323 Irvine-Heritage Park 200 7,313 Irvine-University Park 92 1,884 La Habra 159 9,309 La Palma 138 5,886 Laguna Beach 107 1,650 Los Alamitos/Rossmoor 131 4,973 Mission Viejo 109 3,361 San Clemente 103 3,020 San Juan Capistrano 250 6,464 Seal Beach-Mary Wilson 89 4,019 Silverado 50 760 Stanton 133 2,874 Tustin 133 9,919 Villa Park 143 4,351 Westminster 257 11,602 TOTAL 3,155 129,099

Note: There were no programs for children at the county library headquarters and the Leisure World branch.

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