Sunday, July 23, 2017

This week at the library...

TUESDAY
Central Library, 12:00 noon

BROWN BAG BOOK CLUB
The club has read and will discuss The Woman Upstairs, by Claire Messud. Bring your lunch and join in the discussion!










Northwest Branch, 6:30 p.m.

SUMMER CONCERT FOR KIDS
Featuring THE BEAT-BUDS!
Bring a blanket or beach chair and enjoy a free OUTDOOR concert especially for kids! (best for age 6 & under). The BeatBuds® offer an interactive program designed to send your child on a musical journey. Their fresh sound and original music gets kids laughing, dancing, and singing along.



Central Library, 7:00 p.m.

DRAWING 101 FOR ADULTS:
POSITIVE and NEGATIVE SPACE

This class will cover the basics of what is positive and negative space and how it can be used to achieve balance and hidden meanings in your art. We will cover topics such as shape, tessellations, and notan.

Instructor Noah Fontana works as a story artist, animator, illustrator, and visual development artist. He has done animation work for Netflix, Comedy Central, and Explosm, along with working as lead storyman and background designer on the animated series Living with Poseidon.


WEDNESDAY
Central Library, 6:30 p.m.

MEETING:
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
The Friends of the Burbank Public Library is a volunteer non-profit organization that was incorporated on July 15, 1980. The group is vitally interested in promoting books and the library to the Burbank community. Call 818-238-5551 for more information. Please join the Friends! Your annual dues, donations of books and money, and memorial gifts are all tax deductible.


THURSDAY
Northwest Branch, 7:00 p.m.

OUTDOOR CONCERT with
INNISFREE IRISH BAND
Bring your blanket or beach chair and join us for a fun, free, foot-stompin' concert!

For a quarter of a century, Innisfree Irish Band has played for concerts, fairs, festivals, and countless Irish pubs in Southern California and around the world. Although their roots are planted firmly in the Irish pub tradition, the band incorporates plenty of rock, country, folk and American traditions into their shows. The concert is the last of our Summer Reading Club for Grown-ups programs, but EVERYONE is welcome to attend!



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