Past events

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Oct 20 2009

Enjoy a new theme every week with activities, stories, and a craft. Appropriate for ages 3-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Storytime
Age: 
Children
Oct 19 2009

Family Place Libraries™ is a network of children’s librarians nationwide who believe that literacy begins at birth, and that libraries can help build healthy communities by nourishing healthy families. Parents and caregivers with children ages 0-3 are welcome to sign up for this five-week series. Different childhood experts will be on hand to talk to parents and play with children. Each week, new learning and exploration activities will be offered.

Age: 
Adult, Children, Family
Oct 19 2009

Learn basic computer skills in the Anythink Brighton computer lab throughout October. Sign up at the service desk to reserve your spot; walk-ins permitted as space allows.

This week, sign up for a Yahoo email account, send and receive a message, reply to a message.

Prerequisites: You must be able to use a mouse, keyboard, and scroll bars.

 

Event Type: 
Class
Age: 
Adult
Oct 19 2009

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Parents and siblings are welcome. There are no books or crafts at this program. Appropriate for ages 2-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Music
Age: 
Children
Oct 17 2009

Learn and discuss Anime and Manga; meet other Anime enthusiasts and discover new, hot Manga releases. Intended for grades 6-12.

Age: 
Teen
Tags: 
Oct 17 2009

Read to a furry friend at the library. Pre-registration is required; please sign up at the service desk.

Age: 
Children
Oct 16 2009

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Parents and siblings are welcome. There are no books or crafts at this program. Appropriate for ages 2-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Music
Age: 
Children
Oct 15 2009

Toddlers - prepare to wiggle and dance! Come to the library and join us in singing, clapping and dancing to music. Geared for ages 2-6, but all ages are welcome.

Event Type: 
Music
Age: 
Children
Oct 15 2009

Enjoy a new theme every week with activities, stories, and a craft. Appropriate for ages 3-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Storytime
Age: 
Children
Oct 15 2009

Learn basic computer skills in the Anythink Brighton computer lab throughout October. Sign up at the service desk to reserve your spot; walk-ins permitted as space allows.

This week, review computer basics and practice using the Internet. Bring questions!

Event Type: 
Class
Age: 
Adult
Oct 14 2009

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Geared for kids 3-6 years old, but all ages are welcome. Space is limited; registration is required.

Event Type: 
Music
Age: 
Children
Oct 14 2009

Family Place Libraries™ is a network of children’s librarians nationwide who believe that literacy begins at birth, and that libraries can help build healthy communities by nourishing healthy families.

Parents and caregivers with children ages 0-3 are welcome to sign up for this five-week series beginning October 14. Participation will be limited to 12 families. Different childhood experts will be on hand to talk to parents and play with children. Each week, new learning and exploration activities will be offered.

Age: 
Adult, Children, Family
Oct 14 2009

Join the Rowdy Readers Book Club as we discuss this month's selection, The Zookeeper's Wife by Diane Ackerman. To check out this title or place a hold, click here.

 

Event Type: 
Book Club
Age: 
Adult
Oct 13 2009

Have lots of fun with rhymes and stories for the whole family. Open to all ages.

Event Type: 
Storytime
Age: 
Children, Family
Oct 13 2009

We examine the history and current challenges facing the Central Intelligence Agency and discuss the controversy regarding destruction of interrogation tapes as well as the origins of the C.I.A. after World War II and how the C.I.A. functioned during the Cold War. We top off our investigation by looking at how our needs for intelligence have changed in recent years and how this impacts the role of the C.I.A. Presented by Active MindsTM

Age: 
Adult
Oct 13 2009

Enjoy a new theme every week with activities, stories, and a craft. Appropriate for ages 3-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Storytime
Age: 
Children

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