BPL Blogs

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Posted in Victors by Edwin
August 6, 2014
Posted in Teens by Nicola
July 30, 2014
In June we held a reception for the winners and honorees of BPL's 5th Annual Teen Writing Contest. It was a lovely event where teens got to read their works in front of friends and family... Read More
Posted in Senior Moments by Judy K
July 17, 2014
On Saturday morning, June 28, Gary Glazner of the Alzheimer's Poetry Project and singer Hannah Reimann, entertained and moved an audience of about 70 people. This program was jointly sponsored by... Read More
Posted in Victors by Edwin
July 9, 2014
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Posted in Victors by Edwin
July 9, 2014
  Tip #1 -Go With What You Know You see companies growing all around you ! Ask yourself: What products do you really like? What is popular among your friends? Who makes it... Read More
Posted in Victors by Edwin
July 9, 2014
  Definition of 'Stock' A stock is a security that signifies ownership in a corporation and represents a claim on part of the corporation's assets and earnings. There are two... Read More
Posted in Victors by Edwin
July 9, 2014
          In March of 2014, Brooklyn Public Library kicked off its second edition of the Teen Virtual Investment Club (TVIC). Brooklyn teens from throughout the borough... Read More
Posted in Senior Moments by Judy K
June 17, 2014
Please join us on Saturday morning, June 28, at 10:30 AM at Brooklyn Public Library's Dweck Center, for Memory Arts Cafe presents: A Celebration of Creativity. This special and life-changing... Read More
Posted in Read Write Create by Nicole S.
June 17, 2014
Last week marked the end of our first block of Read! Write! Create! workshops and we celebrated with a series of drawing parties at the library! There was food, music, and a ton of drawing fun. We... Read More
Posted in Senior Moments by Judy K
June 16, 2014
We have added a new section to the Seniors webpage to highlight creative writing by older adults that participate in library programs. We also accept pieces about the programs by audience members of... Read More