Ever heard of winter in July? This group meets online via Google Hangouts Meet. Unaccompanied adults or children will be asked to leave the program. * Please register below if you'd like to join. Join The New York Public Library to discover a world of opportunity. Ideal for parents and caregivers with children of multiple-aged children. Who says that you can't be social while practicing social distancing? The classes will be hosted in English and Spanish! This event will take place in New Dorp Library. This event is online only. We will also learn how to work more efficiently with CSV files using Python's CSV module. * This is not a workshop or course, but we also offer reader's advisory recommendations and database training for patrons who come, and attendees can engage in free writing and ask for wor, Event Details First Come, First Serve. Join us for a family storytime program with songs and read-aloud books! Bring your little artist to the library as we explore open-ended ways to promote early literacy through art. Storytime is a program for parents/caregivers and their children. Experience the Schomburg Center's dynamic programs and exhibitions. Did you love the book you read recently?
For children in grades K-2 who are growing, independent readers. ), Join us for a workshop on Crochet and Knitting Conversation. All writers of all styles are welcome to join. Summer Craft Project: Coral Reef Sensory Tubes. These in-person workshops will meet on Thursdays, July 7, July 14, and July 21, 2022, from 4:30-5:30pm in the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Cafe. Learn how to improve your credit, manage your debt, find resources in a financial crisis, and make progress toward your financ, This event is online only. This program will be in person at Mulberry Street Library. This event is online only. Through Both the parent / caregiver and the child must be present during the entire program: unaccompanied adults or children will be asked to leave the program. This program is for children ages 6 and up Registration is required. The New York Public Library is a 501(c)(3) | EIN 13-1887440. For children ages 7-10 who love to create and innovate whether that's in the kitchen or at the crafting table. Do you love a story where the hero/heroine overcome adversity to triumph through loving each other forever? While it's not necessary for participation, feel free to place Burn Down, Rise Up on hold with your Library Card! Process art is about the journey, not the destination! You must register with your email address above in order to receive the link to participate.
In this conversation, authors M. Leona Godin and Andrew Leland discuss their work and journeys toward understanding and embracing blind pride. Well guess what this is the book club for you. Registration: Discover what the Library offers NYC teens, including TeenLIVE events, programs, book recommendations and more.. Join today! Please check listings to confirm if a program is in-person, online, or outdoors. Collage Both the parent/caregiver an, This event is online only. Please register below if you'd like to join. Is it part of a series you've already started and what are your thoughts thus far The Saint George Library Center of the New York Public Library is inviting you to participate in our program dedicated to classic books. Adult Coloring is back! Discover oceans of possibility with free events and programs for all ages, our big book giveaway, and much more. Anyone over 18 years of age must be accompanied by a teenager.
Welcome back parents and caregivers! Tween Programs: Painting Wooden Frames, Ages 8-12, YA Winter in July- Rubber Duck Snow Globes, Process Art for Little Artists @Huguenot Park Library, The Wellness Series at SNFL - Taiji Qigong, Making Your Own Chatbot with Carrie Sija Wang, Virtual Adult Coloring Social Hour & Chat, Financial, Credit, and Medicare Counseling, Exploring Emotions Thru Digital Media: Natural Lighting Part 2, Virtual Crochet And Knitting Conversation Group, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL), Pasculano Learning Center, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL), Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL), Teen Center, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Grand Concourse Library, Young Adult Room, Online - Details will be emailed upon registration. Please call 212.734.1717 to register. Is it part of a series you've already started and what are your thoughts thus far Discover our wide array of free online offerings below. So make sure to have your supplies and projects with you, and come craft with us! If you're looking for a place to bounce off ideas and share what you like to write, then this is the online discussion group for you. PLEASE NOTE: Registration opens four days before the scheduled program. Join us for one-on-one assistance for any of your NYPL questions, Fridays at the Bronx Library Center! Boost your immunity and vitality with Qigong! LIVE from NYPLThe New York Public Librarys premier cultural seriesbrings together distinguished writers, artists, and scholars for conversations and performances. Engage with the brightest at the Library's flagship ticketed event series featuring conversations with authors, scholars, musicians, and more. Whether you are looking at starting a business or growing your existing one, doing research is a "mission-critical" part of being in business. This event will take place over Google Meet. Join us on the SNFL terrace for readings, drinks, crafts, and more! PAST PROGRAMS Join us for songs, rhymes, and favorite read-aloud books in this storytime thats fun for the whole family. You will need a device with audio a. Join the staff at Harry Belafonte115th Street Library for a live, online program with songs, rhymes, and favorite read-aloud picture books. Both the parent/caregiver and the child must be present during the entire program: unaccom. Members have the unique opportunity to celebrate and explore the Library in the company of fellow supporters. This event will take place in person at 53rd Street Library. The program is aimed at all classic books readers and our goal is to establish a continuous friendly conversation about what we value the most in the magnificent realm of book treasury. For children age 6-10, along with a parent or caregiver. NYPL en Espaol & More Multilingual Resources, Online Learning & Skills Training for Adults, Remote Learning Support: Kids, Teens & Educators, Keah Brown & Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Easy Beauty: Chlo Cooper Jones with Christine Smallwood, July Book Club Discussion: Jennifer Weiner, The Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library's Treasures, Click to learn about accessibility at the Library. Focused on Beginner English Learners.
Storytime is a program for parents/caregivers and their children. Rumaan Alam, Threa Almontaser, and Emily St. John Mandel discuss writing and reading inspired by New York City, and beyond. You will need a device w, The Thomas Yoseloff Business Center provides a range of free one-on-one financial counseling services that aim to assist with financial situations including general money management, budgeting, saving, banking, retirement planning, and more. You must register in advance to receive the link to participate. The Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series continues with:
Family JAMboree has fun songs, dances, music, and movement and allows children to explore their bodies and be physically active. 3Doodle Pens Registration is required. Real-time C, This event is online only. Click to learn about accessibility at the Library. Go HERE for more program, *In Person: One-on-One Help The link will be sent to you by email approximately one, Saturdays, 11:30 AM 12:30 PM Combining the concepts of mosaic art and paint-by-numbers, diamond painting uses tiny round rhinestones on adhesive to create a glittering, multi-dimensional picture. Settle in and join us for a classic movie night. Then they will get a chance to design their own ocean! Screen Printing (please give at least 24 hours notice) In the 19th century, African Americans harnessed the power of photography to claim a self-possessed identity in line with middle class. Enjoy live performances of music, dance, and theater at our many locations, or find a free film screening near you. This event will take place in person at the Richmondtown Branch Library. Our adult coloring group is now online! See here for service updates at the Library. Registration however is limited. Ideal for caregivers with multiple-aged children. Did you *hate* it? Registered participants w, Learn how to use this popular mobile app to create, edit and share your own videos.
Pioneer Works and the Library for the Performing Arts co-present classes and video tutorials to take users step by step through their Tech Kits for Performing Arts. Ask the staff at the service desk. Do you want your voice to be heard? This will happen through 'Google Meet'. Some are visible, some are hiddenand media doesn't reflect it. And do you also love an adventure/mystery with a man/woman love story? Zine-making Dive into a classic buoyancy experiment! You must register with your email address above in order to receive the link to participate. You will need, Click to learn about accessibility at the Library. Materials include tubes with lids, shells, sequins, beads, glitter and watercolor paint. Please register for only one date. eBooks and Audio. July is Disability Pride Month, a special time to honor the diversity and uniqueness of each person in the disability community. If you are not comfortable using video, thats okay; you can still join! Chat about the books you are reading, the shows you are watching, and discuss whatever is on your mind. Come join the Morrisanias Children Librarians as we submerge into fun packed activities that are meant to inspire the children to think about making waves, whether thats literally in the ocean or figuratively, about ways they can bring change. You will have time to explore the site and begin your self-paced learning journey.You will receive an email 2 hours before the class starts with the virtual class link. Best for new walkers, toddlers/or children at this developmental stage. Hello Parents/Caregivers! When registering for this progr, Have a question for your business projects that requires research? Currently on display, 10 black and white photographic prints featuring views of lower Manhattan by Peter Welch. Thursday, July 21st | 4:30 PM-5:30 PM This program will take place in person at West Farms Library. Discover what the Library offers NYC teens, including TeenLIVE events, programs, book recommendations and more. The link to our book group will be sent to you by email approximately one day before the program. Available materials include: You must register in advance to receive the link to participate. You must register with your email address in order to receive the link to participate. Register now, for a 25-minute session. Join us on Google Meet as we read chapter books together, discuss, and enjoy reading activites and games! Both the parent/caregiver and the child must be present during the entire program: unaccomp, This event is online only. Registration Required The link will b, Promote early literacythrough art, while getting creative! Join us for a seminar on how to identify causes of stress and discussion of practical, effective tools to reduce and manage stress during the Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series at the Webster Library.