Slide into Summer at the Library

June 1, 2015

Slide into Summer at the Library

June Programs and Summer Preview
All programs take place at the Roslindale Branch Library unless noted. Scroll down for June programs and a preview of some summer programs. There will be no issue in July. Contact the branch at 617-323-2343.

Stand Up for Mondays
Mondays, June 1 and 8, 4-4:45pm
All-ages Comedy Open Mic
Have material you want to work out AND get feedback on? Almost every branch in the Boston Public Library has an auditorium with a stage. Why not use it? Everyone gets 4-6 minutes depending on the turnout. Then get immediate feedback (if you want it) from the group after your set. It’s great for comics of all levels who are working out their first set or their fiftieth. It’s free, early and welcomes all ages. This workshop is led by Maya May (Boston Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival) Show and go – or email her to get on the list.

Hebraic Thought and Classical Jews
Thursday, June 4, 6-7:30pm
Join Neal Gupta, PhD, for this presentation and discussion.

New! Children’s Weekly LEGO Club
Friday, June 5, 3:30-4:30pm
Bring your creativity, we’ll provide the LEGO. The first 10 kids are guaranteed to have enough materials. For children ages four and up. No registration is required. For more information please contact the branch at 617-323-2343.

Family Fun: Jewish music and dance for people of all ages
Saturday, June 6, 11am-12:30pm
Musicians Rhoda Bernard and Barry Shapiro perform at this program.
Light refreshments served.

New! Black Chick Watching with Amber Knight
Thursday, June 11, 6:30-7:45 pm
Fun, informative program with discussion concerning positive and negative media images of black women and girls.

American Jewish Contributions
Thursday, June 18, 6-7:30pm
Presentation and discussion with Neal Gupta, PhD.

Author Reception and Reading: Anne Emerson, Letters from Erastus: Field Notes on Grace
Thursday, June 25, 6-7:45pm
Join author Anne Emerson to learn the story of one woman’s unexpected examination of her family’s past and the links she uncovers to the present. The Erastus in the title is the author’s great-great-grandfather, Erastus Hopkins.

Pencil Drawing Workshop for Adults with Maria Conte
Saturday, June 27, 9:30-11:30am
Children may come and color while adults get instruction.

Read Your Way to Fenway Contest
Children ages 7 to 17 may enter this contest which starts on June 1. Game Day is August 23 at 1:30pm. Get your entry form in the Children’s Room.

Coming in July and August

Rozzie Reads Poetry
July 7, 7pm
Roslindale House, 120 Poplar St.
Discuss the Common Threads poems. If you’re interested in participating, please contact Dorothy Derifield. Download the poems in preparation for the program.

Children’s Summer Reading Club
Tuesdays July 7-August 11. Children ages 6-12 may register from June 15-June 29
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