With all the news about people getting it on in the library bathroom, late installation of porn filters on computers, and patrons having difficulty simply getting into the building, it’s easy to forget that this place has interesting (in a PG way) programs offered to the public. There are many programs for kids, including some that appeal to me, like watching clips from Labyrinth and The Sound of Music (6/21 and 6/26 at Barbour Branch, 2pm) and deciding if those would make good books. Some upcoming programs for adults:
June 10: Homebuyer education seminar – Main Branch in the 3rd floor program room from 6-8pm
June 12: Starting a nonprofit: myths and realities – Main Branch in the 3rd floor program room from 10am-12noon.
June 19: film screening of Africa Unite: A Celebration of Bob Marley’s Vision
. This is part of the Caribbean American Heritage Month celebration. This is in the Program Room at the Main Branch from 6:30-8pm.
June 26: Building and Sustaining Your Nonprofit- 9am-noon in the program room at the Main Branch.