Lamond-Riggs
Neighborhood Library

Jazz Classics and Accompanying Scores

Don't Just Listen--- Play Along!

We all love the classics; we consider them to be modern standards. Whether it's Blue in Green, Flamenco Sketches, Giant StepsRuby My Dear (Monk)... or even Ruby My Dear (Coltrane), we can never get enough. But let's not forget that while we love these songs and the artists who created them, we're musicians as well! We all strum and blow and drum and sing. So in the interest of musical do-it-yourselfers everywhere, check out these sheet music and CD combos!

Make a Collage

Does the name Romare Bearden leave a “stamp” on your memory? Come to the library this Saturday, October 1, and learn about this amazing  20th-century master of collages and how he is being honored by the U S Postal Service. We will view a film and listen to music by those he influenced while creating our own collages. Join us for our Saturday Family Program  on Oct. 1 starting at 10:30 a.m.All ages are welcome.

Teens: Ghastly Ghouls and Un-dead Spooks

Vampires! Ghosts! Ghouls! Zombies! Gear up for Halloween with these terrifying titles. We've got the latest scary books for teens.

It's Sleepy Time Down South...

Actually, it's sleepy time down South Dakota Avenue at the library. Please join the children's librarian for "sleepy time stories" on two Tuesdays, August 30 and September 6, at 7 p.m.Get comfy, come in your pajamas, and bring your favorite stuffed animal. This family program is for children 3 to 7 years old.

Family Movie Marathon

From Monday, August 8, through Thursday, August 11, we will be showing family-friendly movies at 1:30 p.m.

Forget Dear Abby, Ask Dear Tabby!

I know that everything you needed to know you learned in Kind

Chick Lit

It’s summer time, ladies, which is the perfect time to grab a daiquiri, kick off your flip-flops, and relax on your lounger with your fave chick lit.

How to: Gardening and Home Decor

Have a green thumb, or wish you had a green thumb? 

Review of "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"

She may not have discovered the fountain of youth, but the essence of Henrietta Lack, a poor black mother of five from Baltimore, goes on to this day.

It's a Book

Does it require batteries? No, it’s a book. Does it come with apps? No, it’s a book.  How many gigs does it have? None, it’s a book! 

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