Posted on May 13th, 2014 by Angela in Events, Programs
Do you have a green thumb, or know someone that does? Did you know that the Boston Public Library is now part of a Seed Sharing Library that is sponsored by Boston Natural Areas Network and Greenovate Boston? The program is currently running at the Grove Hall, Mattapan and at the East Boston Branches. You will be able to borrow seeds from the library and at the end of harvesting season you return whatever seeds you were able to save from your new crops. To find out more information about the programs, you should visit the branches. And if you want to share your gardening skills both Mattapan and Grove Hall also offer gardening programs in the library if you want to get your hands dirty at some point.
Posted on March 25th, 2014 by Anna in Events, Programs
Tags: Andy Fish, art display, manga drawing
This is an intensive FOUR week program in which you will work to complete a six page manga comic book. Each session meets for 45 minutes of instruction followed by 15 minutes of critiques and discussion. The workshop will culminate in a display of the work during the month of May.
The workshops are on Wednesdays at 3pm from April 9th through the 30th. They will be held in the Central Library Teen Room and the display in May will also be held in the same room.
Posted on March 23rd, 2014 by Anna in Books, Events, Programs
Tags: 2014, A Study in Scarlet, Catherine Fisher, Incarceron, Mary Stewart, Sir Aurthur Conan Doyle, TBOM, The Crystal Cave
Here’s our new and improved Spring and Summer 2014 schedule! We’ve decided to split books in half to give everyone time enough to read them.
March 27th 3pm Chapters 1-17
April 24th 3pm Chapters 18-end
Incarceron — a futuristic prison, sealed from view, where the descendants of the original prisoners live in a dark world torn by rivalry and savagery. It is a terrifying mix of high technology — a living building which pervades the novel as an ever-watchful, ever-vengeful character, and a typical medieval torture chamber — chains, great halls, dungeons. A young prisoner, Finn, has haunting visions of an earlier life, and cannot believe he was born here and has always been here. In the outer world, Claudia, daughter of the Warden of Incarceron, is trapped in her own form of prison — a futuristic world constructed beautifully to look like a past era, an imminent marriage she dreads. She knows nothing of Incarceron, except that it exists. But there comes a moment when Finn, inside Incarceron, and Claudia, outside, simultaneously find a device — a crystal key, through which they can talk to each other. And so the plan for Finn’s escape is born …
May 29th 3pm Chapters 1-7
June 26th 3pm 8-14
This is the genre-defining work with which popular crime fiction was born. A potent mix of serial murder, suspense, cryptic clues, red herrings, and revenge, the novel introduces us to the world-famous characters of Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, and Inspector Lestrade and sees Sherlock and Dr. Watson meet and join forces for the first time as they track a mysterious killer that stalks London’s streets.
July 31st 3pm Chapters TBD
August 28th 3pm Chapters TBD
Born the bastard son of a Welsh princess, Myridden Emrys — or as he would later be known, Merlin — leads a perilous childhood, haunted by portents and visions. But destiny has great plans for this no-man’s-son, taking him from prophesying before the High King Vortigern to the crowning of Uther Pendragon . . . and the conception of Arthur — king for once and always.
Posted on January 7th, 2014 by Anna in Events, Programs
Tags: knit, Knitting, learn to knit, workshop
We welcome teens aged 12-18 to learn how to knit in this weekly one hour workshop on basic knitting.
The workshop will take place in the Central Library Teen Room from 3pm-4pm each of the three days.
January 8th: You’ll learn the most basic knitting stitch there is: the knit stitch.
January 15th: We’ll continue working on the knit stitch and then we’ll go over how to finish a project, otherwise known as casting-off.
January 29th: You’ve learned to knit, and cast-off, now we’ll learn the hard part: starting a project, known as casting-on.
Students will be given a ball of yarn and a pair of needles for the workshop. Those who wish to continue knitting at home should bring their own size nine needles.
But wait… knitting is for guys too!
Posted on October 2nd, 2013 by Anna in Events
Tags: BAGLY, college fair, LGBTQ
Let BAGLY and Campus Pride
help you make an informed decision, as over 30 colleges and universities come together at this year’s LGBT College Fair & Prep Day. Need some reasons to attend? Here are just a few:
- It’s FREE!
- Easy to reach location (Bus and T: Red, Green, and Orange Line accessible – just up the hill from Park Street Station)
- Learn about financial aid opportunities and how to apply
- Get a sense of how different campuses offer different experiences for LGBTQ youth – and if you’ll feel safe, accepted, and supported
- A chance to talk directly to school representatives and find out what they’re looking for in applicants
- We’ve got BAGLY SWAG BAGS!
So what’s new this year?
statewide transportation provided through the AGLY Network! BAGLY wants to make sure that all who would like to attend aren’t prevented due to the expense of travel. If you would like to learn more about the FREE
buses being provided to attend the LGBT College Fair, please contact Logan Ferraro.
So here are the important details:
What: LGBT College Fair & Prep Day
Where: Massachusetts State House, Great Hall
When: October 11th, 2013 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Who: All LGBTQ students, allies, and families
We look forward to seeing all of you soon! For more information, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org