So many books, so little time! Come to the Friends of Southeast Library book sale on the lower level of the library the second Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
History, biography, mystery, fantasy, literature, photography, cookbooks -- it's all here! Plus, most books are only $1.
Proceeds from the sale supplement programs for children.
Join us in the program room on the first and third Wednesday of every month for Odd Wednesdays, a new program series for teens. Programming will be anything from movie nights and game nights to just an open space to hang out with your friends in the library. So stop by every first and third Wednesday to see what's going on!
Are you a teen with an idea for a teen program? Join our Teen Activity Group (TAG) and earn volunteer hours for planning programs! Ask how at an Odd Wednesday activity.
Stop by the library each month for coffee and discussion about things that matter to you.
Over coffee and snacks, we will share what’s on our minds, keep each other informed about what’s happening in the neighborhood, and make new connections.
All are welcome!
Don't miss S.T.E.A.M. Team! Every month we’ll do a different hands-on activity exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Monthly activities include science experiments, tech demonstrations, graphic design, mathematical games and more.
All supplies included—just bring yourself.
Ages 6 & Up in the Southeast Library meeting room.
The days are shorter, the leaves are falling, and there are already Christmas ads on TV. This can only mean one thing: Thanksgiving is almost here. Soon we will be stuffing ourselves silly, ideally surrounded by those we love.
For today’s Friday Five, I thought it would be fun to compile a list of books related to topics I think about when I think of Thanksgiving: food, family, gratitude, history and shopping.
I don't remember when I first learned how to play chess, I just remember loving it--even if I wasn't very good. My how times have changed! Instead of receiving a new fancy chess board for Christmas so I can keep practicing, I now download the app and play several people at once, each game lasting a few weeks!
One thing has remained not changed though: I enjoy winning. There is nothing more thrilling than a swift flick of your opponent's King piece and announcing "C-H-E-C-K-M-A-T-E!" (but no yelling in the library).
We are developing a conversation circle for people who know Spanish but who don't have many opportunities to speak it. I get psyched about doing our monthly Spanish Story Time because it is one of very few opportunities I have to belt out some Spanish.
If you boast about being bilingual and even put it on your résumé but worry about becoming rusty, you should come by for some coffee and conversation -- en español! Te esperamos!
Get started on your holiday crafting with our knitting circle! On Tuedsay, Oct. 21 at 5:30 p.m., bring your knitting needles and yarn and we’ll provide the knitting books and fun. (Crocheters are welcome too!)
The temperatures haven't gone below 50 yet, but those days are just around the corner. That is where our new knitting circle comes in! We can get started on our 2014-2015 winter gear (and inexpensive holiday gifts) together as we share patterns, ideas, and company.
With Hispanic Heritage Month in mind, I share my adult version of a Friday Five!
These Latino authors tell vastly different stories about Latino families. Protagonists are born to immigrant parents yet share varying anecdotes about the "Latino Experience." Enjoy, and let us know what you think.
Southeast Neighborhood Library kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month on Sept. 15 with a special Hora de Cuentos (Spanish Story Time)! Join us for part 2 of our special Hora de Cuentos on Oct. 6 at 10:30 a.m.
As an adult library associate, I spend most of my time with the adult collection. However, once in a while, I will venture over to the children’s section to see what might catch my eye.The following five books are excellent for children but will also be entertaining to adults who take the time to read them.