Tuesday, January 24, 2017
If your income did not exceed $64,000 in 2016, you qualify to e-file at no cost. The Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), in co-operation with the New York State Tax Department, is offering free tax-preparation assistance at the Coney Island Library from...
Come and enjoy discussing current events with your friends!
Make your appointment today! Call 311 and say “Citizenship” OR Call 212-514-4277 Meet 1:1 with a free, trusted lawyer Confidential, private meeting space Find out if you can apply for free Get free financial counseling NYCitizenship...
Join other adults who are learning to speak English! Free! No registration required.
Public can obtain information about qualified health insurance plans from a trained and certified navigator
Brooklyn Public Library can help you prepare your own taxes online...for free! You can prepare and electronically file your tax return with help from a tax assistant...all for free. Earn less than $64,000 (per tax return) Have a valid e-mail...
The more you read, sing and talk with toddlers, the more they learn! Have fun hearing great picture books read aloud and playing with other children during this program dedicated to active toddlers. For Ages 18-36 months.
Stories, songs, puppets, and playtime for all kids 0-5 and their caregivers! Online registration is required (for the 10:15 session only) and will be available beginning 24 hours before the event.
Reading Is Fundamental All R.I.F. members must have a BPL library card to participate. Ages 0 to 17 years old. Youth will be allowed to choose a free book when they join RIF and on their birthday. Youth can earn additional books by borrowing and...
Come hear stories, sing songs, play with toys and meet new friends! For babies (0-18 months) and their caregivers.
Come experience movement practices and themed read-a-louds on themes of gratitude, kindness, emotions and mindfulness. Ages 3-5
Story time for toddlers 18 months to 3 years. Come and enjoy books, finger plays, songs and toy time.
Enjoy stories and play. 18 to 36 months.
Enjoy stories and play. 18 to 36 months. For more resources for you and your toddler, click here.
Playing with your toddler is more than fun, it’s one of the most important ways you can encourage early literacy and language development. . At these special Toddler Time programs, we’ll show you how to let your child take the lead in...
Improve your game. Make new friends. Borrow a chess set.
It's Baby Time! Bring the children and meet other babies and parents for some fun and social interaction.
Practice reading, writing and math skills critical for HSE success!
Come and join us for stories, songs, and music as we enjoy a storytime just for toddlers and their caregivers! Have fun and meet others in the neighborhood! Ages 18-36 months.
Digital photography is a form of photography that uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photodetectors to capture images focused by a lens, as opposed to an exposure on photographic film. Learn the basics of your digital camera and...
Have fun, learn new strategies. All welcome.
Enjoy songs and stories for children ages 3 to 5 years old.Registration is required - please speak to a staff member at the Customer Service Desk.
Hear stories, sing songs and play with other children. Ages 0-5.
Enjoy books, songs, rhymes and playtime. 0-5 years old. Reading is Fundamental (RIF) is included after the program.
Enjoy our Story time with books, puppets and games. Little Hands Craft Time means more fun and more crafts then join us to sing and learn about the Letter People. For children ages 2 1/2 to 4 years old and their caregivers. Age Group: Birth...
Reduce stress and gain flexibility in a safe and fun environment. Beginners are welcome! ...
Hear great picture books read aloud, discover delightful fingerplays, and play with other children during this library time dedicated to active toddlers.
Microsoft Word Basics introduces new and returning word users to the basics of using, creating, editing and publishing office documents. This lesson covers the core features of Microsoft Word 2010.
Children hear stories, play and make friends! This is an inclusive program for children with and without disabilities, ages 0 to 5
Computer Basics training is designed specifically for those who are completely new to computers or who feel they need to have more instruction before confidently using a computer. This lesson introduces new PC users to the hardware,...
Enjoy stories, songs and play. For children ages 18 to 36 months. *Please see the Info Desk for a free ticket. You must have a ticket to attend the program. First come, first served.*
Express yourself on paper through a variety of creative writing exercises.
Email Basics will teach new users the basics of email, as well as understanding its uses, services and properties. This lesson will cover: What is email and why use it? The various types of email providers available. How to set up an email account....
Brief storytime followed by free play time with toys for ages birth to 5.
Meet with a Job Information Resource Librarian to get help with your résumé, cover letter, interview, or job search. This is a one-on-one service; first come, first served.
Orientation is a great introduction to what Public Access is all about— our free and low-cost, high-quality media courses, and the wide variety of services available to you at The Media Center. Some of our courses require that you attend...
Get free one-on-one resume help, education and career advice, interviewing prep, LinkedIn profile tips, and more with help from a Job Information Resource Librarian.
The more you read, sing and talk with toddlers, the more they learn! Have fun hearing great picture books read aloud and playing with other children during this program dedicated to active toddlers. For children 18 months to 3 years with their...
This gentle story time is meant just for babies and their caregivers. *Please see the Info Desk for a free ticket. You must have a ticket to attend the program. First come, first served.*
Join other adults who are learning to speak English-FREE! No registration necessary Sponsored by Brooklyn Public Library Volunteers
Learn about computer hardware and software. Learn how to use the mouse, search the library website. Surf the internet and setup an email address.
The more you read, sing and talk with toddlers, the more they learn! Have fun hearing great picture books read aloud and playing with other children during this program dedicated to active toddlers. (18-36 months)
Stories, songs, puppets, and playtime for all kids 0-5 and their caregivers! TICKETS ARE required and will be available in person only, distributed at the information desk beginning at 10:00 am on the day of the event. First come first served.
Got a laptop, tablet, ereader or smartphone that you don't know how to use? Or would like to learn more about them? Come in and get one-on-one help with your device from an expert. First come, first served.
Learn basic computer skills and more with help from library staff.