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Brooklyn Origami and Haiku

Stay home this summer,

let paper take you away,

create things at home.

Join our librarians as we explore art and poetry from Japan to make Haikus and origami that reflect nature in our own backyards. Learn how to make origami versions of Brooklyn wildlife and capture summer before it leaves you behind.

Think the library is just for reading? Think again! Join us for fun surprises every morning that celebrate summer in Brooklyn and join in on fun projects, crafts, and books you can work on at home. Check out some summer reading highlights, make art, learn to cook and so much more with the librarians from the Central Library branch. 

This program will be hosted on Zoom, you will need a Zoom account to attend. Please note, this event will be recorded, if you turn your camera on your face may be recorded on screen.

A link to this event will be shared with registered participants one hour before the program begins. Please register for each event to participate!

Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program is made possible by major leadership support from the Martha A. Rubin Fund, as well as generous support from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Novack Family Foundation and the Brooklyn Eagles - a group of young and engaged supporters of Brooklyn Public Library.


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