Drop by the Children's Room on the second floor for Banned Books Week (September 21-27) and discover how some great and memorable reads were denied to others. Take home a commemorative craft kit, submit your answer to the name of the banned book in the jar at the Children's Room desk, and browse the display areas for something special. The Monday Preschool story time (10:30 a.m.), children's Monday afternoon crafts (4 p.m.) and Tuesday movies (3:30 p.m.) will also feature a banned book.
In this program teens will learn to study the impact of alcohol, tobacco, Drugs and what illegal drugs have on our society. Teens will also learn about legal and illegal uses of drugs. They will learn how drug use, misuse, and abuse can affect an individual’s health, family, and community. They may also learn the stages of addiction and where a person can seek treatment for drugs and related addictions. They will also learn various refusal skills and pro-social behaviors to prevent drug misuse and abuse. So come join us in the Teens Room on the third floor at William O.
We've got some really great programs coming up in July here at the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library!Storytimes, 10:30 a.m., Mondays and WednesdaysSongs, action rhymes and stories for children birth to 5.Crafts, 4 p.m., MondaysFun and creative crafts in honor of our science theme.Movies, 3:30 p.m., Tuesdays (July 8 film will take place at 9:30 a.m.)
With a whirlwind tour of the LA movie industry and a taste of teen romance as well as a bit of a mystery, this is a wonderful summer read that hits on some emotional issues but in a very accessible way. Nina LaCour, author of Hold Still and The Disenchantments has put together another wonderful story. In this book, we are introduced to Emi Price, a precociously talented budding set designer for a major movie studio in Los Angeles. Though she got the job through her brother, her talent is leading her to bigger and better success.
Come learn or advance your Download Media Skillsby using the DC Public Library website.In the Workshop,you will be taught howto do quick research for papers,download music, and Stream Videos.You can do this all on these type of devicesNook and Ipad.Every other Monday at 4:30 p.m. starting July 7, 2014
Summer Reading kicks-off, June 1st, so don't forget to pick up your reading gameboard and prize during library hours and drop by for the following June events:Story Times, 10:30 a.m., Mondays and WednesdaysSongs, action rhymes and stories for children birth to 5.
We were here at Bellevue Library busy pulling together our best Mother's Day gift ideas. So we came up with cards and outdoor plants for mom. Don't worry! we got everything together right on time. checkout some of our work.