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We are excited to announce a new series of creative writing workshops from River Styx at the Brentwood Public Library! The eight week session will be on Sundays from 1-3 pm beginning 3/19 and running until 5/14 (no workshop on 4/16 due to Easter). The session will cost $115. Follow the link now to reserve your spot.
The Creative Writing Workshop is for poetry, fiction, and non-fiction writers alike. In-class exercises will explore poetry concepts such as rhythm and voice; fiction concepts such as point-of-view and magical realism; and non-fiction concepts such as the braided essay. Readings will include work from George Saunders, Dana Levin, Edward McPherson, Adrian Matejka, and Joyce Carol Oates.
Summer Reading Club is starting early this year! No matter your age, we have a club for you…all you have to do is track your reading and earn prizes! Details coming soon…
Join us for a story time focusing on children from 0-2 years of age with an emphasis on short stories and songs. This is a great time to get out of the house and see what the other parents and babies are doing. Stay afterwards for play time.
Simply “drop in” for help with computers, tablets, the internet and other technologies. No appointment necessary. For one-on-one assistance please refer to our Grab-a-Geek program for scheduled appointments.
Enjoy listening to stories, singing songs and doing finger-plays in a group setting. For ages 3-5.
The Big Ideas Club is a makerspace for grade school-aged children that meets every Tuesday from 3:00-4:00 p.m. Explore low-tech and high-tech projects and gizmos to fuel your curiosity in science, technology, engineering, and math!