Kirk Waller, professional storyteller and Director of Storytelling Programs at StagebridgeSenior Theater Company, brings us tales of love, romance and passion. known for incorporating music and movement, Waller's stories will make you laugh, cry and think back on your own love stories.
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In preparation for Valentine's Day, this week's Teens MAKE SOME THING will be spent preparing books for our 'Blind Date with a Book' display and watching the film adaptation of everyone's favorite tearjerker, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Popcorn and tissues provided.
Get the new year off to a great start with this special edition of Teens MAKE SOME THING @Claremont where we'll be customizing 2015-2016 pocket planners! Get organized and express yourself with markers, collage, and stickers, and watch a movie while you're at it. Planners, supplies, and refreshments provided.
Magic Dan's magic programs are fast-paced, educational, and filled with positive messages! This program is in place of our previously scheduled magic program with Alex Ramon.
Oakland Youth Chorus (OYC) is the oldest and longest running youth chorus in the East Bay.
Come be inspired by the East Bay’s talented youth!
Have you ever seen a Craft Stick Doll? Come to West Branch and learn how to make this simple doll using a craft stick, markers, and washi tape. Craft stick dolls can also be used as puppets. This program is recommended for children ages five and up. Younger children are welcome, but will need hands on help from a parent or caregiver. Questions? Call Nora @ 981-6270.
Calling all kids! January is Secret Code and Cipher Month! Join us on Friday afternoons at the Central Children's Room (4th Floor) at 4:00 for an introduction to the code of the week. Make your own set of decoder tools to keep; then encode and decipher messages. Or visit the library any time during the week to make and try out the code of the week on your own. Leave a coded message in the BPL Secret Message Book!