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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Reading Is Fundamental
Reading Is Fundamental (RIF)- A weekly library program offering free books to children while encouraging them to read. The RIF program is on Wednesdays Ages Birth -12 View Here  
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
After School Homework Help
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
If you are in Grades 1-8, we can help you with your homework.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Reading Is Fundamental
Children and teens join us for fun activities and book giveaways.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Earn free books you can keep by checking out two books per week. After three weeks, you earn a brand new free book. For kids and teens ages 0-17!
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Get help with your homework.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Learn the basics of playing chess.  Increase your skills.  Or challange Todd Seiderman, Chess Master, to a game
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Create arts & craft projects.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
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Need Homework Help? We can help! If you are in grades 1 - 8 we can help you with your homework. NO registration is required. Free!
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Learn some chess techniques with our Chess Master.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
       Start learning the most popular language in an informal and fun  setting   The class is free    No registration required  This class has designed just for beginners
Free homework help with a community volunteer for grades k-8. No pre-registration needed.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Get help from a computer expert. Topics include how to operate a computer, navigating the Windows 7 desktop, how to open an email account, and using the internet. Classes are taught using laptops No experience necessary.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
  Come and Play PlayStation  2   For ages 9 to 12
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
If you are in Grades 1-8, come to the library for free homework help from one of our volunteers!
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Enjoy a free screening. Please call for title.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Registration Closed
The Library Hotspot Loan Program is a collaborative program by New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library, and Queens Public Library, to provide thousands of low income New Yorkers with free Internet access. This program addresses the needs of...
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
If you love reading join the RIF club and get free books.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Is your child having trouble with Math, Science, Social Studies, report-writing, Reading? Come to the Canarsie Library every Wednesday for free homework help from a trained volunteer. For students in grades 1-8.
Wed, May 6
3:00 pm
Arts and crafts for school age children. Learn various crafts using many mediums.
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
Brooklyn Public Library Brooklyn Heights Branch: Game On! Chess Club
Learn to play or improve your game with chess master William Del Castillo.  For beginners and advanced players.
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
Earn a free book every third time that you borrow or return library books to the Eastern Parkway branch. Check in for RIF on Wednesdays. (Ages 0-18)
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
stack of books
Enjoy a lively discussion of the Bad Monkey by Carl Hiaasen. Pick up your copy at the New Utrecht Branch.
If you are in Grades 1-8 we can help you with your homework! Please call 718-686-9707.
Be creative and make a collage!
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
Featured Event
Clay McLeod Chapman
Clay McLeod Chapman, author of The Tribe series and several issues of Spider-Man, is coming to take the Bay Ridge Library hostage. You will never be the same. Clay is a fixture of the NYC performance scene, witty and weird and brilliant and...
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
Children in grades 1 through 8 can get help with their homework.
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
Reading Is Fundamental (RIF). Children are rewarded with a free book for checking out and reading at least two books per week. All RIF members must have a BPL library card to participate in RIF. Children will be allowed to choose a free RIF book...
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
  Enjoy books, songs, rhymes and playtime.
Learn to play chess or sharpen your skills with instructor Danny Pressa.
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
Get help with math, english etc.
Wed, May 6
3:30 pm
Come play video games. Hang out, try games you haven’t played before, and meet new friends while you’re at it! Wii PS3 PS4
Wed, May 6
3:45 pm
Play games, learn about cool websites, and get tech and homework help on new laptops.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Create DIY projects in our makerspace. 6th grade and up.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Kids, learn to knit!  Make cool gifts for yourself, your friends, and your family! Class size is limited. Please pick up a ticket at the childrens' reference desk.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Have you always wanted to learn how to play the guitar? We'll help you get started for free at the Brighton Beach Library! Open to all ages.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Not sure what to do with that new tablet? Come to one of our Wednesdays sessions and we'll help you get started. S
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Teens use technology to explore, play, create, socialize, and more at the library.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Arts and crafts activities for youth of all ages.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Have fun playing video games with friends. Ages 13 and up.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Make new friends and play games on the wii.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Love arts and crafts? Join our weekly craft group! Create your own unique crafts and Become an Artist!  
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Bring your library card, sign up for RIF and receive a free book!
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Play Wii games with your friends after school!
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Come in and learn how to improve your writing skills
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
lego blocks in variety of colors
Play different games and have mini competitions that challenge your creativity.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Teens enjoy a movie at the library after school. Movie TBD.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
A trained volunteer helps children and teenagers with their homework.
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
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Join other adults who are learning to Speak English!
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm
Icon: Kids Tech Time at Washington Irving
Kids Tech Time is a weekly event where kids can: Play Wii ® in 4 way matches Access to laptops Design and build with Lego's Board games Use laptops for homework and games and more No registration required.    
Wed, May 6
4:00 pm