Friday, February 27, 2015
Teens Can Have Fun Competitively With Video Games Every Friday
Reading is Fundamental (RIF) is held on Fridays, promotes literacy, and rewards kids with free books.
Come and Play and have some board game fun with Connect 4, Uno cards, Clue, Monopoly etc.
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/
Learn to play chess or sharpen your skills with instructor Todd Seidman.
Lively discussion of philosophy, life and current events.
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.
Hang out with your friends and play some games after school!
Join other adults who are learning to speak English! Free! No registration required.
Every Friday afternoon we offer a selection of children's board games
Flint, Michigan is home to the Watsons, a close knit "All American Family" made up of Daniel and Wilona Watson, and their three kids, 15 year-old juvenile delinquent Byron, nerdy 11 year-old Kenny, and eight year-old adorable sister Joetta...
Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) is a weekly library program offering free books to children while encouraging them to read.
Electronic games for kids and teens
Arts & Crafts at Pacific Branch Library!
Learn how to build castles & catapults during the medieval times.
A craft program for school-age children (grades K-6) in celebration of Black History Month. We will make a Kente Cloth craft based on the book, The Spider Weaver: A Legend of Kente Cloth by Margaret Musgrove.
Enjoy watching movies with other kids!
Kids and teens can practice and receive professional instruction from our expert chess instructor, Vladimir Mazo, every Friday, 4:00 - 5:00 PM.
Enjoy an hour of games or activities with other teens.
Drama activities are introduced connecting to and inspiring literacy and creativity. The children will serve as audience to each other, also learning what it means to be in audience for a live performance. Simple props and costume...
Teen Tech Time is a weekly event where teens can: Play PlayStation 3 ® (PS3) in friendly competitive matches Access to laptops Get help with research for homework Play card and board games Watch movies and more No registration...
With the guidance of a professional writer, teens work on their creative writing process in a welcoming and encouraging environment.
Video game program for tweens and teens
video game program for teens
Join the fun playing Wii games including Just Dance! Also make friendship bracelets with lanyard and play board games!
Do you want to learn how to play Chess? Learn from Chess professional Sam Barsky. Come to the Canarsie Library every Friday!
Wii computer games for ages 10 and up
Teens interact with various technological resources including PS3 and Wii video games.
Play Wii games and hang out with your friends after school.
Offers assistance in math, reading and writing.
Drama activities are introduced connecting to and inspiring literacy and creativity. The youth will engage in traditional theater games and learn the basics of comedic and dramatic improvisation by improvising together with and through the guidance...
Calling All Artists! Highly competitive full scholarship Visual Arts intensive for youth. All selected students will be part of an exhibition at a contemporary art gallery in NYC. Spring sessions conclude in student work being shown professionally...
The Twinkle Talks & Motivational Moves by Star Girl
Learn to use library online resourses and find out: What it is like to live in Space.
Unleash your inner artist and get creative with old and new friends!
Prove your gaming might against friends old and new!
If you are in Grades 1-8, we can help you with your homework.
Offers a fun-filled hour of stories and crafts for children, their families and friends.
Practice and improve your English. Join other adults who are learning to speak English!
Saturday, February 28, 2015
All programs held in the S. Stevan Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture, located on the lower level of Central Library Learn the fundamentals of one of the world’s most dramatic dances at this fun, informal series. Brought to...
Topics may include graphs and reports. Please bring a USB flash drive if you want to save your work to bring home or to a future class. Presented by New York Cares.
Take a step toward financial stability--make a confidential appointment with a counselor from Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation's Financial Empowerment Center. A counselor can advise you on budgeting and money management, establishing...