Friday, December 19, 2014
Loop, Hoop and Knitting Club. Learn to Knit and Make new friends! " In the rhythm of the needles, there is music for the soul"...
Every Friday afternoon meeting people meet to talk over coffee or tea and knit or crochet.
Join us for an afternoon of crochet and knitting. Beginners are also welcome.
Enjoy books, songs and rhymes. 0 to 18 months.
Want to find a new book for your collection? Looking for a gift for yourself or others? Browse our popular selections at the Brooklyn Heights Book Sale!
Free consultations by Immigrant Justice Corps Community Fellows are done under the supervision of immigration attorneys. Services offered include: Full screenings to determine eligibility for immigration benefits Assistance filing...
The Art of Sewing. Sewing lessons for beginners. Why pay for alterations? Why pay for clothes transformation? Do it by yourself! Come join and made easy with our creative sewing instructor, Mila Vaygen! “Everyone wants to be a...
2nd floor meeting room. Children with library cards can register and receive free books.
Free information sessions on President Obama’s new immigration programs: · Learn about eligibility requirements for the new programs · Find out when applications are scheduled to be available · Learn what you...
Children are rewarded with a free book for checking out and reading at least two books per week and every third week receive a free book. All RIF members must have a BPL library card to participate in RIF. Children will be allowed to choose a free...
Receive free books: Receive a free book when you sign up for RIF and free book on your birthday. Checkout two books and receive a free book every third week.
Kids have fun making Holiday crafts. Dreidels Holiday Cards Holiday Ornaments Picture Frames
A trained volunteer assists kids in grades 1-8 with their homework.
If you are in grades 1-8 we can help you with your homework! For more information, call 718.349.8504 or 718.230.2406.
Come and hear Linda Ipanema as she sings songs we all remember.
With the guidance of a professional writer, work on your creative writing process.
Kids earn free books by reading every week
One of the best ways of feeling that Holiday Spirit is through music. Join us for an afternoon that will have you humming into the New Year! with Carolyn Clark and “The Dyker Singers”
Get support for elementary, middle and high school math, reading and writing as well as SAT and college guidance.
Earn free books by borrowing and returning 6 library books.
A trained bilingual (English, Spanish) teacher instructs participants with their knitting projects.
Teen Advisory Board is a group of teens who would like to be involved in their community and library. The group meets once a month and many of the group’s goals will be determined by the members. -Members must be in grades 6-12. -You must...
Come In and Warm up to our DeKalb Winter Holiday crafts!
Come and hang out with your peers. Enjoy board games, card games or just socializing. Ages 12-17.
Children can build their personal library by earning books the first time they sign up for RIF and upon their birthdays. For additional books, participants will earn them every third week of attendance. All RIF members must have a Brooklyn Public...
Learn all about bones--what they are made of, how they hold us up, and how they're put together. Children under 10 years old must be supervised.
Play Monopoly, Trouble, Battleship and more of your favorite games!
Teens compete with video games every Friday
Discuss philosophical topics and subjects related to everyday life suggested by members of the group.
Practice your English in an informal and fun setting.
Play games, learn about cool websites, and get tech and homework help on new laptops. For children, tweens and teens.
Provides children up to age 5 (and their families) a book-sharing and creative educational playtime. Children learn social skills and stimulate language development by playing together with age appropriate toys.
Cardfight!! Vanguard? Yu-Gi-Oh? Whatever your favorite game, bring your decks to the Williamsburgh Library and meet other players while you play in our spacious auditorium.
Tweens and teens enjoy books, videogames, and music, while partaking of Reading is Fundamental (RIF). Age Group: Ten and Up http://www.bklynlibrary.org/teens/
Come and Play and have some board game fun! Connect 4, Uno cards, Clue, Monopoly etc.
Learn to play chess or sharpen your skills with instructor Todd Seidman
Reading is Fundamental (RIF) promotes literacy and rewards kids with free books.
Pit your video game skills against your friends. Only one team will be declared the winner. There will be prizes for the winning team. For middle and high school students.