Are you looking for online programs to attend? Here are some interesting library programs I’m co-hosting and programs that are being put together by my fellow co-workers. All of them are free to attend! You don’t need to be a member of the library to attend. All you have to do is register at the corresponding link and the meeting information will be sent to you the day before the event.
Hope to see you all there!
Dueling Detectives: Nancy Drew vs. The Hardy Boys – Tuesday, November 17 at 4 PM
Which detective would solve a case faster? Come and attend a lively discussion about famous literary detectives and which sleuth would be able to exceed in wits and expertise in front of a case. Librarians from Van Nest and Epiphany will be debate on which detective would be the victor, while giving book recommendations along the way!
Virtual Book Tasting – Friday, November 20 at 3 PM
Need a new book for the month? Then come to our Virtual Book Tasting! Get a “taste” of a variety of new and popular books. Come and hear about the great books from our librarians that are in our collection!
Virtual Comics Chat – Tuesday, November 24 at 4 PM
Join us as three librarians talk about some of our personal favorite comics that we hope you’ll check out! This month we will focus on books for Native American Heritage Month and NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) comics, manga and graphic novels.
Understanding #MeToo and You: A Sexual Consent Workshop for Teens – Tuesday, Nov. 17, 4 p.m.
What does sexual consent mean? We’ve heard about #MeToo, but sexual consent can be confusing. Come get a breakdown with Amanda from the Mount Sinai’s Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention program (SAVI). A certificate for one hour for program completion will be given to students who attend this virtual event.
Register here: on.nypl.org/3jhQJkw
Exploring the stories of women who have run for public office – Thursday, November 19 at 4 PM
Join us on Thursday, November 19 at 4pm for a book discussion about women who have changed the American political landscape! We will be discussing books by and about women who have changed history in their run for public office.