- Read Across America
Mon, Mar 1- Fri, Mar 5, 2021
Help the library celebrate Read Across America, which takes place during the first week in March! We are recruiting adults who would be willing to read a Dr. Seuss book to our community’s young readers. For more information, contact Miss Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 814-362-6527.
- Green Eggs & Ham: Dr. Seuss’s Birthday
Tue, Mar 2, 2021
We are celebrating Dr. Seuss’s Birthday on March 2nd with a special, virtual event: Green Eggs & Ham! Michael Morton will be showing us a variety of chickens from his Sun-Dance-Kids-Farm. Do you think any of his chickens lay green eggs?? We will find out during this Facebook Live event!
- Kulinary Kids: 4th – 8th Grade Students
Wed, Mar 3, 2021
Kulinary Kids for students in 4th – 8th grade begins Wednesday, March 3 at 4:30 pm. This virtual program, delivered via Zoom is free to all who register. Join Penn State Cooperative Extension nutritionist, Laurie Maletto, for this 5-week program as she demonstrates the making of several great recipes throughout the month of March. Registration is easy! Call 814-362-6527 or email Miss Debbie at email@example.com
- The Psyche: A Look at the Work of Karen Horney
Wed, Mar 10, 2021
Our exploration of the psyche will begin and focus on the life and works of Karen Horney. Karen is often referred to as a Neo-Freudian psychoanalyst, due primarily to her extension of Sigmund Freud’s theories into the realm of social and cultural phenomena. Horney, however, did offer a strong rebuttal to Freud’s idea of penis envy, setting the platform for the establishment of feminist psychology. Horney’s work looked closely at ten neurotic needs everyone has. During this event we look at these neurotic needs and how they may manifest themselves. Presentation by Orin James.
- When Worlds Collide: Mini-Course by OrJames Lab
Fri, Mar 12, 2021
The OrJames Lab is pleased to provide a wonderful series of virtual, mini courses for all members of the life-long learning community! These courses are designed for adults who want to keep the mind stimulated and engaged. Come learn, meet others and stay connected with the OrJames Lab! When Worlds Collide Fridays, March 12-26, 8:50am-9:50am. Cost: $10 Explore episodes of cultural collision. Moments when different world views: ideas about human origins, cultural values and practices, systems of politics, and theories of science caused upheaval. To Register, visit: http://www.orinjames.com/onlinecourses.htm
- The Fairy Tale: Mini-Course by OrJames Lab
Fri, Mar 12, 2021
The OrJames Lab is pleased to provide a wonderful series of virtual, mini courses for all members of the life-long learning community! These courses are designed for adults who want to keep the mind stimulated and engaged. Come learn, meet others and stay connected with the OrJames Lab! The Fairy Tale Fridays, March 12-26, 5:30pm-6:30pm. Cost: $10 Examine the great fairy tale tradition in various parts of the world that still persists today. We will explore some favorite tales and draw distinctions between the fairy tale, legend and myth. To register, visit: http://www.orinjames.com/onlinecourses.htm
- History of Medicine and Healthcare
Fri, Mar 12, 2021
The OrJames Lab is pleased to provide a wonderful series of virtual, mini courses for all members of the life-long learning community! These courses are designed for adults who want to keep the mind stimulated and engaged. Come learn, meet others and stay connected with the OrJames Lab! History of Medicine and Healthcare Fridays, March 12-26, 6:40pm-7:40pm. Cost: $10 This course navigates the development of medicine and healthcare systems in western society. We will examine the conceptualization and understanding of health, disease, and treatment. Starting with early ideas in Ancient Greece, we will trace how these ideas were modified or strengthened with the emergence of theoretical, scientific and technological advances over time. To register, visit: http://www.orinjames.com/onlinecourses.htm
- Teen Book Club
Tue, Mar 16, 2021
Teen Reading Lounge / Teen Book Club meets Wednesday, via Zoom. Email Miss Debbie to receive the Zoom link/password. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Juice Box Heroes
Wed, Mar 17, 2021
Jim Ronan is returning for more music! Sing-a-long and dance to some childhood favorites! This event streams Live from the libray’s Facebook page.
- The Art of Puppetry and The Psyche: Mable Beaton
Wed, Mar 17, 2021
Mabel Beaton was presented with the Puppeteers of America award for her significant life long contributions to the art of puppetry. Her publications included books on how to make marionettes and enhance the puppet theater. Beaton’s passion for the marionette culminated into the American Holiday classic, The Spirit of Christmas. During this presentation, we will look at some of her thoughts on the marionette and discuss how she used marionettes in her classic film to embody some of the individual neurotic needs that were shared during the Karen Horney event. Presentation by Orin James.
- Libraries Rock!
Thu, Mar 25, 2021
Libraries Rock! is returning for another amazing virtual concert. The group, Strings & Harps with Ron Magnano, will be our guest for some fantastic acoustic music! Sit back and enjoy some strings, harmonica, and vocals! This event will stream Live from the library’s Facebook page at 7 PM, on March 25. Enjoy from the comfort of your home!
- Story Walk
Mon, Mar 29 – Fri, Apr 30, 2021
Join in the fun of another Story Walk! The library is partnering with several downtown businesses to bring families this activity. Enjoy a walk and the book, The Invisible String, by Patrice Karst. Register your family and head downtown, March 29 – April 30. Browse the storefronts for pages (posters) right from the storybook and record the names of participating businesses in your Story Walk packet! Submit completed Story Walk packets to the library to be entered into a raffle to win some cool prizes! To register, visit the library, or email Miss Judy: email@example.com
- Fun in the Olden Days
Tue, Mar 30, 2021
Have these winter months left you feeling cooped up and in need of a trip? How about we take a stroll down Memory Lane? If you were a child in the ’50s and ’60s and grew up in a small town like Bradford, you are sure to identify with the humorous stories told by local author, Bill Robertson. Enjoy a nostalgic look at a time when life was lived unapologetically, as only a child can do! This prerecorded program will air on the library’s Facebook page. After posting, it will be linked to the library’s website also.
- Building Blocks
Wed, Mar 31, 2021
Judy Brown, from the Little Fabric Garden is back with a new quilting project! This is a prerecorded program that will post the library’s Facebook page on Wednesday, January 27 at 10:00 a.m. After airing, it will also be linked to the library’s website at bradfordlibrary.org/virtual-programs