African American women played a fundamental role in the struggle for freedom during the Civil War Era. Among their contributions, they served as nurses and cooks; operated as spies, scouts and couriers; and supported black troops in many ways.
The Francis A. Gregory Neighborhood Branch is happy to host the Levine School of Music as they celebrate the beginning of summer with a fantastic concert! The Suzuki violinists of the Levine School of Music's ARC Branch will perform a mini-concert for the branch, everyone is encouraged to attend!
Celebrate the birthday of Margaret Wise Brown, author of classics such as Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny, with this special edition of our weekly Family Story Time! Special activity will follow story time.
1, 2, 3 Andrés takes children and adults on a musical journey through the Americas learning about music, language and culture.
The program is bilingual (Spanish and English) with new songs and words to learn as well as traditional songs. This highly interactive program brings the family together with opportunities to move, sing, dance and learn together!
For kids of all ages
Marvels of Motion
Learn the fundamentals of motion including Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion and the science behind some of your favorite Olympic sports.
Find out why this show is a “blast!”
For ages 6 and up