Join us at the Southeast Neighborhood Library as we sing along with MOANA in celebration of Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month on May 9 from 4 - 5:45 p.m.! Our microphone will be fired up and ready for our film-goers to croon out the tunes as they watch the Oscar-nominated movie...and yes, there will be popcorn!
Do you know a child between the ages of 9 and 12 who likes to write?
We invite young poets to show us their way with words!
This month's children's writing workshop will focus on creating haikus.
Students can enter their poems in the Haiku Contest to win prizes for the best haiku.
Do you enjoy listening to music?
Would you like to know how songs are made, and how popular genres of music developed?
Would meeting up-and-coming musicians be awesome?
Come to the Francis A. Gregory Music Club and enjoy listening to popular music styles, while learning how to make your own groovy tunes, and meeting local musical artists!
“The book is always better!”
Is it? Join us for I Read That Movie, a book-to-film club where each month we’ll read a different children’s novel, watch the film adaptation of that novel, and have a short discussion on differences, similarities, likes, dislikes, and whether or not the movie can ever be better than the book!