Sunday, June 25, 2017

This week at the library...

MONDAY
Buena Vista Branch, 10:00 a.m.

Family Show presents...
FANTASTIC PATRICK
Family Shows provide summer fun for kids entering kindergarten and younger. Weekly entertainment will inform and entertain preschoolers and share the joy of reading.



TUESDAY
Northwest Branch, 10:00 a.m.

SUMMER STORYTIME
Summer Storytime is for children entering Kindergarten and younger. Storytime programs expose children and their parents and caregivers to books, simple songs, finger plays, rhymes, and crafts.




Central Library, 7:00 p.m.

Family Shows presents...
FANTASTIC PATRICK
Family Shows provide summer fun for kids entering kindergarten and younger. Weekly entertainment will inform and entertain preschoolers and share the joy of reading.










Buena Vista Branch, 7:00 p.m.

Teen Summer Reading presents...
BOOK CAFÉ
Book Café is a gathering place where teens can share what they're reading, trade books, and hang out for coffee house-style refreshments. This week: Bring whatever you're reading with you, because we will be BOOK-TALKING! Prize drawings for books at all sessions, and a special gift for all attendees (while supplies last). For teens in grades 7-12 only.



WEDNESDAY
Northwest Branch, 10:00 a.m.

Family Show presents...
FANTASTIC PATRICK


Family Shows provide summer fun for kids entering kindergarten and younger. Weekly entertainment will inform and entertain preschoolers and share the joy of reading.





Central Library, 6:30 p.m.

MEETING: FRIENDS OF THE
BURBANK PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Friends of the Burbank Public Library is a volunteer non-profit organization that is vitally interested in promoting books and the library to the Burbank community. Meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of the month (from September through June) at 6:30 P.M. in the Burbank Central Library auditorium. November/December meetings are combined. Call 818-238-5551 for more information.


Buena Vista Branch, 7:00 p.m.

Summer Reading Club for Grades 1-6:
RAZZLE BAM BOOM!
History of Rock 'n' Roll
Open to kids in grades 1-6 only. Due to limited to space, parents and caregivers must wait outside the meeting room.







THURSDAY
Northwest Branch, 10:00 a.m.

Summer Reading Club for Grades 1-6:
RAZZLE BAM BOOM!
History of Rock 'n' Roll
The library makes summer reading fun: Read! Write! Win! Submit book reviews online and come to the library to collect your prizes and enjoy super entertainment. Open to kids in grades 1-6 only.


Buena Vista Branch, 10:15 OR 11:15

SUMMER STORYTIME
A ticket is required to attend either session (10:15 or 11:15). A limited number of tickets will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis the morning of the program at the Children’s Reference Desk.

Summer Storytime is for children entering Kindergarten and younger. Storytime programs expose children and their parents and caregivers to books, simple songs, finger plays, rhymes, and crafts.


Central Library, 3:00 p.m.

Summer Reading Club for Grades 1-6:
RAZZLE BAM BOOM!
History of Rock 'n' Roll
Open to kids in grades 1-6 only. Due to limited to space, parents and caregivers may be asked to wait outside the meeting room.










Central Library, 6:00 p.m.

Teen Summer Reading Project:
LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES!
We have primed, painted, and assembled. Now we decorate! We have themes, we have refined our ideas, and it's time to finalize them and draw/paint them on the LFLs! We will have two sessions to accomplish this: June 29, and Friday, July 7. This activity is for teens in grades 7-12 only.







Buena Vista Branch, 7:00 p.m.

LIBRARY BARDS
Not hearing enough Lord of the Rings references on the radio? Look no further than the musical stylings of Bonnie Gordon and Xander Jeanneret. This comedy/musical duo transforms Top 40 songs with their own unique style - a fresh blend of nerd culture and sharp wit - into parody songs catchier than any Gregorian chant this side of the Shire!









FRIDAY
Central Library, 10:00 a.m.

SUMMER STORYTIME
Summer Storytime is for children entering Kindergarten and younger. Storytime programs expose children and their parents and caregivers to books, simple songs, finger plays, rhymes, and crafts.






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