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Below are the latest posts from our blogs.

Posted in Senior Moments by Judy K
January 15, 2015
Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) will be providing basic and intermediate (beyond the basics) computer classes (series of ten sessions for each level) at the Carroll Gardens and Windsor... Read More
Posted in Senior Moments by Judy K
January 2, 2015
Are these library patrons watching the ball drop in Times Square? No, they are rooting for a virtual strike during Brooklyn Public Library's Exergamers program at the Info Commons Lab in the... Read More
Posted in Read Write Create by Winston S.
December 24, 2014
On Thursday, December 11th we hosted our culminating party for the last 2014 Read! Write! Create! workshop at Bushwick library. This time around, we invited Selina Briggs, illustrator of The Jelly... Read More
Posted in Senior Moments by Judy K
December 4, 2014
Did you know that Brooklyn Public Library's Services for Older Adults (SOA) Department is looking for volunteers to help with programs for older adults?       We have several... Read More
Posted in Read Write Create by Winston S.
December 1, 2014
Last week, our Tilden workshop group went on a field trip to Stone Avenue branch library! We walked over to explore how fun libraries can be. We met with Abby Garnett, the branch's Children... Read More
Posted in Read Write Create by Winston S.
November 4, 2014
Last week marked the end of our fourth session of Read! Write! Create!   After a long, hot, summer, we were happy to be back in the library just in time for Halloween! This session we... Read More
Posted in Senior Moments by Judy K
October 28, 2014
Every Wednesday afternoon at the New Utrecht Library in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, a group of women of various ages gathers to knit, drink coffee and talk about life. Until last spring, Rachel Hayter was... Read More
Posted in Victors by Edwin
October 9, 2014
Leozard, Chassidy, and Carla (Victors) conducted a workshop for teens at the Flatbush Library on August 15th. This 2-hour session provided an overview of the TVIC curriculum. The workshop concluded... Read More
Posted in Victors by Edwin
October 9, 2014
Beginners tend to think that stocks look as simple as flipping a coin, and if youget the right side, then you win. The reality is that stock market is way more complicated than you think. Why else... Read More
Posted in Victors by Edwin
October 9, 2014
                  My school’s location got me interested in investing. My school is located right in the... Read More