Be amazed at the sights and sounds of Bollywood dance styles as part of Cultural Month’s Festival Night. More talent can be found at Prospect High School, where the school’s best singers get ready for The Prospect Madrigals: A Holiday Concert. Then, learn how tasty Healthy Holiday Food can be. We’ll also peek in on the Books and Bites Family Book Club. Click here to watch.
Library Life: Bollywood Festival Night, Rehearsing With the Prospect Madrigals, Healthy Holiday Food, and Books and Bites Family Reading
Library Life: MPPL Foundation Presents Denny Diamond and the Family Jewels; Mary Todd Lincoln and Her Famous Husband, and Click & Create: Computer Animation for Kids
Hello New Year! Good-bye clutter! Get organized once and for all. Learn how on this episode of Library Life. Then, there’s something about Mary. Hear a fascinating tale of the other Lincoln. Plus meet computer whiz kids and revel in a Diamond-studded musical tribute. Click here to watch.
Library Life: Defamation: The Play; Homeschool Connection; Training to Be Top Dog; Going “Veg;” Autumn Traditions
Click here to watch the latest episode of Library Life, featuring an interview with Richard Shavzin, an actor and director of Defamation: The Play, book recommendations from Library staff, tips on training your dog and on living a vegetarian life, and library visitors sharing their favorite fall activities.
What’s It Worth? Library Life explores the fascinating world of antique appraisals. Then, discover your “return on hire.” Listen and learn how to impress your employer. Plus international experiences abound including the ancient art of henna designs and the festive music and dance of Polish Children’s Day. Click here to watch.
Green is good! Discover earth-friendly design ideas with renowned architect and author of The Not So Big House on this episode of Library Life. Then we’re off to Green Fair 2011 before wrapping up with an encore of love songs. Click here to watch.
Catch the beat! Percussion is king on this episode of Library Life. Then it’s to Russia with love followed by a game of chess, both supersized and super easy.