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Happening at the Greenburgh Public Library this Week

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December 13, 2021

Special Events
Join Tween Drama Club and learn all about acting and performing with Teen Volunteer Sanjana Jaiswal. For grades 4-8.  
Join Peyton Powell, a special education teacher and library student, as she talks about what it means to exist as a Black, Indigenous person and what it means to represent the Black, Indigenous communities. Listen as she talks about her identity, the diversity of the Indigenous community, land acknowledgement statements, and how solidarity should be intersectional. 
A one-on-one homework help experience is available for grades 1-5 to air out any questions that they may have in all subjects. A volunteen will be able to assist in 15 minute time slots.
Volunteens who are interested in helping should email Andrea Arteaga (andiarteaga276@gmail.com)
Join us for a morning of fun at our storytime for walkers to age 5 with a family member! Registration required to receive the zoom link. 
Recurring Events
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14
Share your drawing and painting talent with other older adults around a weekly theme! This week: Eyes.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16
Practice English listening & speaking skills virtually with ESOL instructor, Linda Stephenson.  Weekly through 12/16.
Peruse our full Library Events calendar here.
Explore our Outside Virtual Events Calendar for more events in our community and beyond…
GREENBURGH LIBRARY IS NOW
FINE-FREE!
All books, DVDs and CDs checked out from Greenburgh Library will not accrue overdue fines.
Fines still apply to laptops, hotspots, FireTV Sticks, and Museum Passes.
All eligible items will be automatically renewed once.
Items 30 days overdue will be assumed lost.
Senior Law Day Collaborative
Wednesday, 
December 15 | 10 AM
Financial Fitness for Seniors During the Holidays & Beyond
Learn more and register for this webinar at seniorlawday.info.
Visit a museum on us!
Reserve your Museum pass for the Guggenheim, Frick Collection, Intrepid, MoMA or Museum of the City of NY with your GPL card!
Greenburgh Public Library
914-721-8200

www.greenburghlibrary.org
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