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Adult Virtual Events

Irv on Film

 popcorn-clipart-transparent-12.pngThis weekly column by Irv Slifkin, host of the Foreign Film series and a teacher at Temple University, covers movies and entertainment with an emphasis on interesting recommendations.

 

05/29/20 - 5 Films of Summer

05/22/20 - Adventures Movies at Home

05/15/20 – Funny Movies

05/08/20 - Enjoying Big Screen Movies at Home 

05/01/20 - Feel Good Films

 

Virtual Chair Yoga

Monday, June 8  12PM  register here

Chair Yoga involves gentle yoga exercises that can be done while seated in or supported by a chair. This class will teach the basics guided breathing, simple physical stretches, and meditation. The yoga exercises are safe and accessible for all levels. This program will be conducted on Zoom. Registration required. You will receive a link to the meeting a day prior to the event.

 

Mindful Meditation

Thursday, June 11  12PM - register here

Thursday, June 25  12PM - register here

Join an experienced meditation instructor and achieve relaxation of your mind and body. This program will be conducted on Zoom. Registration required. You will receive a link to the meeting a day prior to the event.

 
Virtual Book Chat
 
My Brilliant Friend
Tuesday, June 23 2020 7:00pm
 
 

Please join us for a virtual book discussion via Zoom. We will be discussing My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante, the first book in her popular and critically acclaimed Neapolitan series. The book is available digitally with your library card from Hoopla and Overdrive. You can look forward to engaging in a lively discussion, or if you prefer just sit back and hear about a new book.

Exercise with our online resources

 

 

Gardening Tips and Tricks!

 

 

 

Creative Pen Holder

 

Seed Pots with Sheila

May is Mediterranean Diet Month

 

 

Quarantine Cooking from your Pantry

All Ages Events and Activities

Write a poem for poetry month!

 
 
Paul Howe has taught in many schools, libraries, and community centers, beginning with the Writing Program at Harvard University. For twenty-seven years he taught high school English in Cherry Hill. In this weekly column, Paul shares a poem and comments on its background and significance.

 

6/01/2020 - Introduction to Poetry

 

5/26/2020 - Westron Wind

 

 

 

Arts...and Howe!

Spring Music - Part One

 

Children's Virtual Events

 

Join us online for storytimes!

6/02/20

 

May 26

 

May 19

 

May 12

 

May 5 - Curious George's Dream

 

April 27 - Curious George and the Puppies

April 21 - Curious George Makes Pancakes and Curious George Feeds the Animals

April 14 - I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew

April 7 - Chrysanthemum

March 31 - Curious George goes to the Chocolate Shop

March 24 - Waiting is Hard and Bear Snores On

March 17 - The House on East 88 Street

 

 

 

Read Aloud - The Little Red Fort

 

Read Aloud - Spoon

 

 

Read Aloud - If I Built a School

Read Aloud - There are No Bears in this Bakery

 

Read Aloud - Dance is for Everyone

 

 

Read Aloud - The Curious Garden

May 30

 

May 23

 

May 16

 

 

May 10

 

May 3

 

Move and Groove

 

 

Fish Finger Puppet

 

Family Music Class
Sunday, June 7 3PM

Infants, toddlers, and preschool children- along with their parents or caregivers- join together as a musical community. Activities include listening to instruments, having fun with rhymes, and singing and dancing to music of different tones and modalities. Registration is required, and a link to the Zoom webinar will be emailed to you one hour prior to the program starting. Best suited for ages 6 months-6 years.

 

 

Mad Science: Spooky, Scary Science
Saturday, June 13  2-3PM

The event will be performed LIVE through Zoom. Registration is required, and a link to the program will be emailed to you one hour prior to it starting.

Through a mixture of science & imagination the children will experience spider, witches, & floating cyclops eyeballs. As a grand finale the Mad Scientist will introduce the audience to the eerie world of Dry Ice, making bubbling potions & lots of fearsome fog. All ages.

 

 

All Ages Events and Activities

Write a poem for poetry month!