Here at the Newark Library Toddler Time has typically happened on Friday mornings from 10-10:20 a.m. Fortunately for us, it has become such a hit as to cause us to start a couple more renditions of this same program at 2 other times/days. We will be hosting a second Friday Toddler Time at 10:25-10:45 and a Wednesday morning Toddler Time from 10-10:20 a.m. starting in October. We are hoping to accomodate all the little ones and their moms/dads/caregivers by doing this. So, choose just one iteration as they will all be the same!
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10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Survive Your Remodel!
Discover the tools, tips and professionals you need for a successful remodel. Learn the steps from start to finish and the resurces available to you. Go beyond survival to attain the home of your dreams.
The presenter is Mollyanne Sherman, 25 year design & remodeling veteran, featured recently on HGTV’s Bang for Your Buck, owner and lead designer of MAC Design, CKD, CBD, CID, CGBP.
Space is limited. Registration is required. Sign up at the Information Desk, call Barbara Telford-Ishida at (510) 795-2627 x 20 or email email@example.com .
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM SAT Essay Writing Workshop @ the Newark Library
Under the direction of Kaplan Test Preparation services students begin by writing a practice essay under timed, test-like conditions. Advice will be available to help them recognize what essay graders look for, as well as strategies on writing effective essays. Graded essays will be given out at the end of the session.
You may sign up at http://www.kaptest.com/college, or use the contact information below.
Contact: Kathleen Hannon (510) 795-2627 x 18 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the photos from the Mexican Tin Art craft.
Free children’s programs are sponsored by the Newark Library League.
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Mrs. Inocencio is back on Saturday, September 10th at 3 p.m. helping us create a beautiful art piece from the Mexican culture. Due to the sharp metals and small pieces, this program is for 4th grade to adulthood. This is an ideal project for tweens, teens and adults.
All library events, free to you, are funded by the Newark Library League.