Thursday, July 30, 2015
Enjoy books, songs and rhymes. 0 to 18 months. You can also get free books for your baby by participating in the Reading is Fundamental (RIF) program.
Workshop with librarian Michael Condon instructing children to create spontaneous comedy skits, ages 7-14.
Come hear stories, sing songs, play with toys and meet new friends! For Babies ( 0-18 months) and their caregivers. Tickets are required and will be given out 1/2 hour before the start of the program at the reference desk.
Follow the steps weekly to becoming a superhero. Find your hidden powers, battle villains and so much more.
A Business & Career Librarian is available to provide one-on-one help with a resume or cover letter, interviewing skills, LinkedIn, online learning, and other career-related needs.
Read! Write! Create!, or RWC, is a literacy program for five to twelve-year-olds attending after-school programs at New York City Housing Authority(NYCHA) housing developments and branch libraries. Brooklyn Public Library has partnered...
Teens enjoy play time with game station and the use of laptops.
Do you know a hero? They come in different shapes and sizes. Come to the library and meet people who do great things in your neighborhood.
The book this month is The Boston girl: a novel by Anita Diamant. Join us as we discuss this popular best-seller.
Listen to a story and make a take home craft!
Any art or craft program for ages 6-12. Formerly "Explore and Create"
Check out some books and sign if to RIF.
Interesting projects to challenge and delight.
Kids and Teens can earn FREE gift books by borrowing and returning books with their library cards.
Kids ages 6-12 enjoy an afternoon of playing board games like chess, Connect Four and more.
Have you signed up for summer reading and want to complete your six superhero game board challenges? Then join us for 3 sessions where you will learn about your superhero powers, costume, secret hideout, and more. Bring your game...
Joe Magic Man makes sure that all of his tricks and acts are enjoyable to all ages! From rabbits to doves, children would love to pet the animals involved in each of his shows.
Adult patrons are welcome to join the Windsor Terrace Library monthly book discussion group in July to discuss Invisible City by Julia Dahl. No registration necessary. Just months after Rebekah Roberts was born, her mother, a Hasidic Jew from...
A chance for you to get creative and make fun projects with craft material provided by the library.
Are you a beginner reader? Become a “Power Reader”. Book Buddies are here to help you. They will listen to you read a story of your choice and assist with difficult words and meanings. Consider them as your...
Come and enjoy making lanyard designs!
Be Creative...Be Daring...Get Crafty...
Young superheros have a chance to create all kinds of great things - catapults etc!
Have fun with Wii U/PS3 gaming. For teens, tweens.
New Utrecht International Film Festival - Das Leben der Anderen. (The Lives of Others). In German with English Subtitles
Das Leben der Anderen. Begleiten Sie uns für das Jahr 2007 Academy Awards Gewinner für den besten ausländischen Film. The Lives of Others. Join us for the 2007 Academy Awards winner for Best Foreign Film. A world...
Free art classes from Project Art. Registration required, please call (718) 602-1348 for more information.
Make your own 3-D train with author/illustrator Selina Alko. She will begin by reading her book, My Subway Ride and showing classic subway cars from the NYC Subway trains book. Kids will then have the opportunity to create their own trains...
Kids can earn FREE books by borrowing and returning books with their library cards. All RIF members must have a BPL library card to participate in RIF.
If you are interested in becoming a U.S Citizen we can help! Join our free exam preparation groups!
Come play video games and board games. Hang out, try games you haven’t played before, and meet new friends while you’re at it! Wii PS3 PS4 Board Games Card Games
Children are encouraged to read at least two library books per week and are rewarded periodically with free books for their home library.
Kids and teens can earn FREE books by borrowing and returning books with their library cards.
It's a Superhero Crafting Program! Join us every Thursday at 3:00 p.m. and use your amazing creative skills! WHAM!
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...
Favorite books and songs, new books, music lyrics and more.
Help with writing resume. For ESOL & Pre-HSE students only. Registration required.
Get started on your own graphic novel or comic strip!
Hear a story and create fun arts & crafts projects with your friends.