The Higgs Boson Particle and other "Nobel Pursuits"
Let's travel through space and time, in order to discover the "Nobel Pursuits" of physics.Join in a discussion about the Higgs Boson particle and consider some of physics' fundamental questions. Copies of the article "Nobel Pursuits" are at the reference desk.The Speak Easy Salon will be meeting Wednesday, July 25 at 3:30 p.m. and non-quantum-sized refreshments will be served.
How much can you read this summer? There’s a lot depending on the answer to that question. It’s imperative because not only will you be competing for a drawing for prizes, you’ll be competing against the library staff. That’s right. This summer, readers registered in the summer reading program will be going head-to-head to see who can read the most.
Yemen is in the news, but let's travel back to the seventies, when that country was a place for adventurous travelers:Author Eric Hansen joins a crew of newly minted sailors and ends up shipwrecked on Yemen's shore. He is at the mercy of man and the elements. Permit yourself a wild ride with Mohammed at the Speak Easy Salon on Wednesday, June 20 at 3:30 p.m.
Tweens, Own the Night on June 19 at 4 p.m. and discuss your favorite reads. You can also hear what's top on others' lists.You will be given an exclusive preview of the newest titles!Enjoy ice cream sundaes and decorate a mask for the night.(Photo by Taylor Liberato / Flickr)
Calling all teens thinking of the present and wondering about the future!Join your peers on June 14 at 4 p.m. to discuss your needs in the world of work and study. We will consider job-searching skills; career interests; and finding internships that meet your interests.Refreshments will be served.
Palisades Neighborhood Library is proud to announce the winners to our annual Poetry Contest. There were quite a few inspiring poems this year, some with calming moods, some that were witty and others had wonderful prose.And now, without further ado, the winners:In the 6-9 age group, our first-place winner was Anu Desai with her poem, "The Crescent Moon."
Please join us Friday, May 25 for an exhibition of the bookbinding art of Stanley M. Sherman.There will be 24 extraordinary creations, many featured in the 2006 solo exhibition at the Walters Art Museum, on display. Mr. Sherman will be present to discuss his work.