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Calendar of EventsAugust 2013SCHOOL IS STARTING!GET HOMEWORK HELP WITH THE MAGICOF YOUR LIBRARY CARDDo you ever wish you had your own tutor to consult when you come up against a difficultmath homework problem or need help with a writing assignment for English class? Yourwish has been granted! Every day students in Palm Beach County are connecting toan expert tutor online at Live Homework Help with the magic of their library cards.How do they do this? After logging onto the PBCLS website (www.pbclibrary.org),from home or the library, students click on Live Homework Help in the drop-downmenu below the Research and Homework icon on the main page. That takes themdirectly to the tutoring service. They receive the one-to-one help they need to perform better in school and find the information they need to do their homework inEnglish, Social Studies, Math and Science. Many of the tutors are teachers, professors, graduate students, and engineers. The Live Homework Help service(Tutor.com) conducts a thorough background check before hiring the tutors andreviews them to make sure they are helping students to understand their homework. Students are invited to make comments on their tutoring sessions andPalm Beach County students have responded enthusiastically to the service.“The help I received today will help me get a better grade on my test.”6th grade student“This site is a lifesaver. I’m so glad it’s available for students.”9th grade student.“Live Homework Help is awesome! I would recommend it to anyonethat needs help in school!” 9th grade student.Live Homework Help is available Sunday through Thursday, 3:00 pm to9:00 pm and Saturday, 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm It is also available in Spanish, Sundaythrough Thursday, 2:00 pm to 10:00 pmLEARN A LANGUAGE ONLINEWITH MUZZYThe World's #1 Language Course for lly for children, Muzzy Online is a simple, funway to begin learning a second language. MuzzyOnline features self-directed units in eight languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Russian.Try it today!Page 1

15801 Orange Blvd., Loxahatchee 33470 Phone: 681-4100ADULTSat, Aug 03, 2:00 pmJava JamExperience a caffeinated collection of localtalent or bring your acoustic instrumentsand jam out. Coffee provided. (2 hr.)Sun, Aug 04, 1:30 pmSpecial DVD Series“Downton Abbey: Season 1 Episodes 3 &4.” Set in Edwardian country house in 1912,this series portrays the lives of the Crawleyfamily and the servants who work for them.(145 min.) Universal Pictures. Not rated.Tue, Aug 06, 5:30 pmClay PendantsThu, Aug 08, 2:00 pmFantastic PhonemesTue, Aug 20, 6:30 pmFamily Game NightPlay fun learning games and puzzles andlisten to a story filled with fantastic phonemic sounds and funny onsets and rhymes.Ages 4-7. (45 min.) Preregister.Play a variety of board, card, and Wiigames with friends and family. Ages6-12. (90 min.) Preregister.Sat, Aug 10, 2:00 pmMagical Matinee“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.” Watch the movie, make your ownWanted Poster, and learn a little magic.All ages. Warner Bros. (136 min.) Preregister. PGTue, Aug 13, 2:30 pmThe Art of PuppetsSculpt clay pendants from air-dry, red claythat mimic textures created by Florida'sfirst people. (90 min.)We'll make our own puppets, using a variety of art supplies, and put on an improvised puppet show. Ages 5-10. (75 min.)Preregister.Thu, Aug 08, 5:30 pmDrawing BasicsTue, Aug 13, 6:45 pmFamily Movie NightRender a two-dimensional still life usingbasic drawing techniques. Ages 12-adult.(90 min.) Preregister.Tue, Aug 13 & 20, 5:00 pmCrochet ClubLearn fundamentals or work on currentprojects. Knitters welcome. Some materials provided for new participants. Adultsand ages 9 & up. (90 min.)Wed, Aug 14, 6:00 pmTake 'n' BakeTry a recipe from a preselected cookbook,and come discuss your results. See a shortbaking technique video. (60 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 21, 6:00 pmFlorida Plants: Go Native!Lynn Sweetay, of the Florida Native PlantSociety, will offer tips for landscaping, discuss the necessary removal of exotic invasive plants, and answer questions. (60 min.)Thu, Aug 29, 2:00 pmEntrepreneurship on the SideBrainstorm side-businesses that are easy toset-up and a great way to augment incomefrom a “day job.” (2 hr.) Preregister.CHILDSat, Aug 03, 2:00 pmLego Builders ClubMeet fellow builders and work together,or alone, on creative projects. Ages 6-12.(90 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 07, 4:00 pmAmerican Girl: SamanthaCelebrate Samantha with turn-of-the-century crafts and games. Ages 6-12. (60 min.)Preregister.Page 2“Ratatouille.” Dig into this deliciousmovie and make a no-bake summer treatto enjoy. Walt Disney/Pixar. (110 min.)Preregister. GWed, Aug 14, 10:00 amSummer Fun-FestPlay games, paint, cool off, and have fun!Dress to get messy. Ages 8-12. (90 min.)Preregister.Thu, Aug 15, 3:00 pmBe Cool at SchoolRock with “Pete the Cat” in his cool schoolshoes, and beat those “First Day Jitters”with other cool stories and games. Ages5-7. (60 min.) Preregister.Fri, Aug 16, 3:00 pmPlanes, Gliders & WhirlygigsPut on your aviator goggles and learnhow to make a squadron of different paperflyers. Ages 7-12. (75 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 22, 2:00 pmEarly Art: Stained Glass CollageMake an elegant collage with colorful tissueto resemble a stained glass window andthen share a story about what's outside yourwindow. Ages 2-5. (45 min.) Preregister.Tue, Aug 27, 6:30 pmClub PokémonBring your DS or Pokémon cards andget ready to battle, trade, and make newfriends. Ages 6-12. (90 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 29, 1:30 pmCrafternoon Movie“The Iron Giant.” Enjoy a lazy afternoonwith a great movie and your choice of artsand crafts. Warner Bros. (86 min.) Preregister. PGTEENTue, Aug 06, 6:30 pmJapanese Anime & Culture ClubHang out and watch Anime, talk aboutJapanese culture, and eat snacks. Ages12-17. (90 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 21, 6:30 pmTeen Game NightPlay card and board games, Super SmashBros., and other Wii games in our friendlycompetition with tasty snacks. Ages 12-17.(2 hr.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 28, 6:30 pmTeen Movie Night“The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” Dealwith the new school year by eating popcorn and checking out this movie about theawesome and awful parts of high schoollife. Summit Entertainment. (103 min.)Preregister. PG-13

725 NW 4th Street, Belle Glade 33430 Phone: 996-3453ADULTCHILDThu, Aug 01, 15 & 29, 2:00 pmBook-A-LibrarianMon, Aug 19 & 26, 10:30 am & 6:30 pmFamily Story Times & Pajama HoursDo you need a personal computer traineror guidance on researching a topic? Callfor an appointment for a hands-on session just for you. (60 min.)Fun stories, puppets, and films, for kids,moms, and dads. Ages 2-5. (30 min.) Preregister.8/19: Chickens.8/26: School.Sat, Aug 17, 2:00 pmScrapbooking for BeginnersLearn how to put together scrapbooks thatwill delight you and your family. Basicsupplies available or bring your own.Space limited. (2 hr.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 22 & 29, 3:00 pmChoose a CraftHave fun choosing a craft from a varietydone during the year. Limited supplies.All ages. (45 min.) Preregister.Follow us onwww.twitter.com/pbclibrary375 SW 2nd Avenue, South Bay 33493 Phone: 992-8393ADULTCHILDMondays, 1:00 pmBook-A-LibrarianSat, Aug 03, 11:00 amNational Friendship DayDo you need help with your iPad, Nook,or Kindle? Or researching a topic? Call tomake an appointment for a hands-on session. (45 min.)Show your friends how much you care bymaking them friendship bracelets. Ages8-16. (45 min.)Sat, Aug 10 & 24, 2:00 pmWeekend MatineeUse your Library Card to check out:Books, Audiobooks, eBooks, CDs,DVDs, and online services.8/10: “Robot and Frank.” Sony Pictures. (89 min.) PG-138/24: “Admission.” Focus Features.(107 min.) PG-13Wed, Aug 14, 1:00 pmBack-to-School BlastGet ready for school by making a coolpencil case holder and keychains for yourbackpack. Ages 5-12. (45 min.)11303 Campus Drive, Palm Beach Gardens 33410 Phone: 626-6133ADULTWednesdays, 2:30 pmThe Great Courses MuseumMasterpieces: The MetropolitanMuseum of ArtThese DVD lectures explore the museum'skey works based on their historical importance and position within their respectivecollections. Sponsored by the Friends of theLibrary. Preregister. Shown with permission. Not rated.8/07: Pt. 1-The Making of the Museum.Pt. 2-The Art of Ancient Greeceand Rome. Pt. 3-AncientEgyptian Art. (90 min.)8/14: Pt. 4-Asian Art. Pt. 5-The AncientNear East and Islamic Art.Pt. 6-European Painting IThe Renaissance. (90 min.)8/21: Pt. 7-European Painting II-16th-17thCenturies. Pt. 8-EuropeanPainting III-18th Century.Pt. 9- European Painting IV19th Century. (90 min.)8/28: Pt. 10-Drawings and Prints.Pt. 11-Photographs.Pt. 12-European Decorative Art.(90 min.)Thu, Aug 08, 6:30 pmSmall Claims Lawsuits & MediationLearn how to file a lawsuit and presentyour case to the judge, or how mediationcan resolve your issue without an attorneyor going to court. Presented by the PBCBar Association. (90 min.) Preregister.Sun, Aug 11, 2:00 pmSunday Cinema“A Separation.” Sony Picture Classics.(123 min.) Preregister. PG-13Page 3

Tue, Aug 13, 1:30 pmCreative Writing Workshopfor BeginnersCHILDUnleash your creativity and have fun asyou write about your life or any othertopic. (75 min.) Preregister.Mon, Aug 19, 1:00 pmHow to be Certified as aDisadvantaged, Minority, orWoman-Owned BusinessSat, Aug 03, 10:30 amFairy Houses & Gnome HomesDecorate a whimsical fairy house or gnomehome with natural materials and yourimagination. All ages. (90 min.) Preregister.Tue, Aug 06, 2:00 pmBrain Day-ICertified Business Analyst Carole Hart,from the Small Business DevelopmentCenter, will teach how to register andbecome a certified supplier of goods forcounty, state, and federal entities. (2 hr.)Preregister.Tue, Aug 20, 2:00 pmKnit 1 Purl 1Shirley Kent will help beginners with simpleprojects, and advanced knitters with projects in process. Pick up a materials list whenyou preregister. (90 min.)Wed, Aug 21, 6:30 pmSocrates CaféMarji Chapman, from the Society of Philosophy Inquiry, leads discussion groupsfor amateur philosophers, on a variety ofgroup-chosen topics. (90 min.) Preregister.Members of the Palm Beach Chapter ofthe Society for Neuroscience will lead kidsthrough activities that introduce the brainand demonstrate the importance of healthybrain habits. Ages 4-8. (60 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 08, 2:00 pmBrain Day-IIWith help from members of the Palm BeachChapter of the Society for Neuroscience,kids will perform experiments to explorehow the brain processes sensory information and build models of the nervoussystem. Ages 9-12. (60 min.) Preregister.Sat, Aug 10, 11:00 amOrigami Yoda-IIITest your knowledge of “The Secret of theFortune Wookiee” while creating your owncharacter from the book by Todd Angleberger. Ages 8-12. (45 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 14, 10:30 amStamping Fun for the Very YoungBring your little one to use our fun stampsand colorful ink pads to create their ownart. Ages 2-3. (30 min.) Preregister.Fri, Aug 16, 3:00 pmGet Hooked on CrochetLearn basic skills and start your first project. Ages 9 & up. Limit of 10. Pick up asupply list. (60 min.) Preregister.Sat, Aug 17, 11:00 amLois Ehlert ArtWe’ll read great books by this authorand make a fun craft in her style. Ages3-5. (45 min.) Preregister.Tue, Aug 20, 3:30 pmBeginning Knitting for ChildrenLearn beginning knitting techniques withMs. Shirley. Pick up a supply list. Limit of10. Ages 9 & up. (60 min.) Preregister.Sat, Aug 24, 10:30 amBlock Party: Legos in the LibraryGet creative and have fun building withour Lego collection. Ages 4-10. (60 min.)Preregister.Thu, Aug 29, 3:00 pmThere's a Moose on the Loose!Follow the moose tracks for great stories, afunny camp song, and a moose craft. Ages4-8. (45 min.) Preregister.20701 95th Avenue South, Boca Raton 33434 Phone: 482-4554ADULTMon, Aug 05 & 19, 10:00 amCurrent EventsBrenda Solomon will be facilitating a discussion on all of today's hot topics. (60min.) Preregister.Mondays, 1:30 pmSpecial DVD Series“Downton Abbey: Season 3.” The War isover and a long-awaited engagement is on,but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbeyas wrenching social changes, romanticintrigues, and personal crises grip themajestic English country estate for a thirdthrilling season. In the wake of World WarI, Robert, Earl of Grantham, sticks to hisduty to maintain Downton more firmlythan ever. Universal Pictures. (120 min.)Preregister. Not rated.8/05: Pts. 1 & 2.8/12: Pts. 3 & 4.8/19: Pts. 5 & 6.8/26: Pts. 7 & 8.Fri, Aug 23, 10:30 amBook DiscussionStop by the branch for a copy of the book.(60 min.) Preregister.Mon, Aug 26, 3:00 pmHooked on CrochetFri, Aug 09, 11:00 amMeet McGruff the Crime DogBring a crochet hook and yarn and learn thebasics. All skill levels welcome. (60 min.)Preregister.CHILDMeet McGruff and a PBC Sheriff andget an identity kit that serves as yourchild’s official ID in case of emergency.All ages. Kits available from 11:00am-3:00 pm. Preregister.Fri, Aug 02, 3:00 pmFirefighters to the RescueTue, Aug 13, 3:00 pmAmerican Girls: KananiCreate an art project and learn about firesafety from Elyse Weintraub Brown fromPBC Fire Rescue. Ages 5 & up. (60 min.)Preregister.Tue, Aug 06, 3:00 pmBirthday Extravaganza!Celebrate everyone’s birthday with activities, crafts, and cake! Ages 5 & up. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. (45min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 08, 3:00 pmMore Alike than DifferentHands-on activities and games that provide the opportunity to discover that individuals who talk, walk, see, hear, or learndifferently are just like us. Presented bythe School District of Palm Beach County.Ages 4-9. (60 min.) Preregister.Enjoy activities, games, and snacks fromKanani’s world. Ages 7-11. Sponsored bythe Friends of the Library. (45 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 14, 11:00 amLook Out Kindergarten Here I Come!We’ll help beginning kindergarteners getready for their first day at school with stories, music, a movie, and a craft. Ages 4-6.(45 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 14, 3:00 pmIce Cream Sandwich Day!Celebrate this treat with stories, games, acraft, and ice cream sandwiches! Ages 5-10.Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.(45 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 15, 2:30 pmMovie Matinee“Oz: The Great and Powerful.” WaltDisney Pictures. (130 min.) PGPage 4

Sat, Aug 17, 11:00 amStory Time for Childrenwith Special NeedsTEENEnjoy stories, songs, crafts, and movementactivities designed for children with developmental disabilities. All ages. (45 min.)Preregister.Wed, Aug 07, 6:00 pmShark Week Party!Celebrate with jawsome games, crafts,and food. Sponsored by the Friends of theLibrary. Ages 11–17. (45 min.) Preregister.Tue, Aug 13, 6:00 pmDuct Tape Creations:Back to School EditionWe’ll use duct tape to create custom schoolgear like a pencil pouch, bookmark, and IDlanyard. Ages 11-17. (45 min.) Preregister.-3750 Jog Road, Greenacres 33467 Phone: 641-9100ADULTThu, Aug 01, 2:30 pmAdult Summer Reading Program Week 8: Emerging TechnologiesLearn about 3D printing, Google Glass,and more as reference staff offers a funand informative program on emergingtechnologies. (45 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 08 & 22, 1:30 pmBook & Film Discussion: About a BoyJoin us for a lively discussion of Nick Hornby's novel. Return on 8/22 to see the filmfollowed by a brief discussion. Universal Pictures. (100 min.) Preregister. PG-13Sat, Aug 10, 2:30 pmNaturalization Information SessionsGet all your naturalization questionsanswered by a representative from USCIS.Find out what the requirements are and witness a mock interview. (2 hr.) Preregister.Mon, Aug 12, 2:30 pmThe Great Courses Documentaries:A History of European ArtIn this DVD lecture series, delve into Botticelli’s works to understand why he is calledthe “master of linearity.” Then we movefrom Tuscany to the north of Italy near theAdriatic. Sponsored by the Friends of theLibrary. (60 min.) Shown with permission.Preregister. Not rated.Pt. 17: Sandro Botticelli.Pt. 18: Andrea Mantegna andGiovanni Bellini.Tue, Aug 13, 6:00 pmPaper BeadingFri, Aug 09, 11:00 amSummer SillyciseCraft enthusiast Lenora Sur will teach youhow to make a wristband by rolling paperinto beads. Supplies provided. Limit of 15.(2 hr.) Preregister.Listen to music as we wiggle, jump, hop,and do a stretch or two to improve motorskills, rhythm, and coordination usingbeanbags, balls, instruments, and more.Ages 2-4. (45 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 15, 2:30 pmMedicare Savings ProgramsLearn about Medicare Savings Programsand get your questions answered by yourlocal Area Agency on Aging. (60 min.)Preregister.Fri, Aug 09, 3:00 pmPercy Jackson and the OlympiansDiscover your cabin and your powers.We'll have games, trivia, treats, and festivities. Ages 9-12. (60 min.) Preregister.Sat, Aug 17, 1:00 pmMovie MatineeThu, Aug 15, 11:00 amLook Out Kindergarten Here I Come!“Zero Dark Thirty.” Columbia Pictures.(157 min.) Preregister. RGet ready for your first day at “big” schoolwith stories, music, and a craft. Ages 4-5.(45 min.) Preregister.CHILDTue, Aug 06, 6:30 pmMartes, 06 de agosto, 6:30 pmBilingual Family Story TimeHora de Cuentos BilingüesEnjoy bilingual stories, sing songs, and geta little crafty. All ages. (45 min.) Preregister. Disfrute de cuentos bilingües, cantarcanciones, y ser un poco artesano. Todaslas edades. (45 min.) Se requiere registrarse.Thu, Aug 08, 11:00 amEveryone Is Special! WorkshopAdults and their preschool-aged childrenwill participate in interactive activitiesdesigned to foster respect and preventthe development of prejudice in youngchildren. Ages 3-6. (60 min.) Preregister.Fri, Aug 16, 3:00 pmEnd of Summer SplashBring a friend, share dance moves, playboard games, and make funky crafts.Ages 7-11. (60 min.) Preregister.Sat, Aug 17, 11:00 amTooth TalesWe’ll read stories and make a craft aboutThe Tooth Fairy, and learn about the different customs that children from aroundthe world follow when they lose a tooth.Ages 4-7. (45 min.) Preregister.TEENMon, Aug 05, 12:30 pmAdventures in BabysittingBob Smallacombe, from PBC Fire Rescue,will teach basic First Aid, home safety tips,when to call 911, and answer your questions. Get a Certificate of Completion.Ages 9-16. (4 hr.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 15, 3:00 pmTeen Gaming & CraftsGrab your friends for an afternoon of Wiigames, board games, and cool recycledcrafts. Snacks provided. Ages 12-17. (90min.) Preregister.www.pbclibrary.orgPage 5

14350 Hagen Ranch Road, Delray Beach 33446 Phone: 894-7500ADULTMon, Aug 05, 4:00 pmStorytelling: I'll Tell You Mine,If You'll Tell Me Yours .Get together with storyteller Glad McLeodand let's have fun sharing our stories. (60min.)Tuesdays, 2:30 pmPoetry WorkshopAward-winning poet Stacie Kiner critiquesand discusses some of the world's finestcontemporary and classic poetry. (60 min.)Tuesdays, 3:00 pmSpanish in Practice: IntermediatePractice speaking Spanish in conversations about food, travel, news, and more.An intermediate knowledge of the language required. (90 min.) Preregister.Tue, Aug 06, 7:00 pmBlood Pressure Screening& AED TrainingPBC Fire Rescue paramedics and EMTswill provide free blood pressure checksand five-minute demonstrations on howto use an automated external defibrillator. (90 min.)Wednesdays, 10:30 amKnit & Crochet with Project LinusKnit and crochet with expert “blanketeers”from Project Linus. Crafts you make go tochildren in need. Bring your favorite pattern and needles, bright yarn, and a givingspirit. (90 min.)Wed, Aug 07 & 21, 1:30 pmChess Club for AdultsPractice your strategy skills with otherplayers. Basic game knowledge required.(90 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 08, 2:00 pmCurrent Cinema“Red Dawn.” MGM. (93 min.) PG-13Thu, Aug 15, 2:00 pmLocal History of the Seminole WarsGuy Bachmann, from the LoxahatcheeBattlefield Preservationists, will discussthe history of the Seminole Wars whichtook place in what is now the LoxahatcheeRiver Battlefield Park in Jupiter. Also seearcheological artifacts and maps. (60 min.)Preregister.Mon, Aug 19, 2:00 pmMedical Mondays:Fall Prevention, Brain Injuries & You!Dr. Lloyd Zucker, from Delray MedicalCenter, will discuss both fall preventionand brain injuries, and answer your questions. (60 min.) Preregister.Page 6Mon, Aug 26, 1:00 pmBook/Film DiscussionTue, Aug 13, 10:00 amSchool Daze“Hamlet.” Join us for a book/film discussion of William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy. Columbia Pictures. (238 min.) PG-13We’ll share some school stories and songsand make a cool lunch bag. Ages 3-7. (45min.) Preregister.CHILDThu, Aug 15, 11:00 amRoar! Dinos Are Dino-myteThu, Aug 01, 2:00 pmVacation Time!Pack your bags, we’re going on a vacationthrough stories, songs, and a craft. Ages3-6. (45 min.) Preregister.Mon, Aug 05, 2:00 pmHappy Birthday, Neil ArmstrongCelebrate the birthday of the first astronaut on the moon with out-of-this-worldstories, songs, and a craft. Ages 3-6. (45min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 08, 11:00 amA-Camping We Will Go!Gather around the campfire for stories,songs, and a craft. Ages 3-6. (45 min.) Preregister.Mon, Aug 12, 11:00 amBack to School with Pigeon!Enjoy Mo Willem’s Pigeon stories, songs,and a craft. Ages 3-6. (45 min.) Preregister.Mon, Aug 12, 2:30 pmCrafty Kids: Let's Launch into SpaceMake your own 3D paper model of the spaceshuttle, Enterprise, as we celebrate the 35thAnniversary of its launch and space exploration. Ages 8 & up. (45 min.) Preregister.After 70 million years, dinosaurs stompinto story time with stories, songs, anda craft. Ages 3-6. (45 min.) Preregister.TEENSat, Aug 03, 10:00 amGetting Your First Job Series forTeens: Babysitting 102Join Bob Smallacombe, from PBC FireRescue, for Part 2 of the Babysitting Workshop. Learn the basics of CPR and First Aid.Get a Certificate of Participation. Grades6-12. (3 hr.) Snack provided. Limit of 15.Preregister.Tue, Aug 06, 6:30 pmFrosted NotesBring the current book, graphic novel, orManga you're reading and share it whilesnacking on ice cream. (60 min.) Ages 11–17.Snack provided. Limit of 10. Preregister.Sat, Aug 17, 2:00 pmFarewell to SummerSay goodbye with a Farewell to SummerParty. Play Wii, make a craft, or just hangout. (90 min.) Ages 11–17. Snack provided.Limit of 20. Preregister.

705 Military Trail, Jupiter 33458 Phone: 744-2301The branch is closed for renovations to the building.Please visit Tequesta Branch or Gardens Branch while this branch is closed.4020 Lantana Road, Lake Worth 33462 Phone: 304-4500ADULTThu, Aug 01 & 15, 2:00 pmThe Great Courses Documentaries:Museum Masterpieces: The LouvreExplore the core collection of this worldfamous museum, spanning works fromLeonardo to Delacroix. Sponsored by theFriends of the Library. (90 min.) Preregister. Shown with permission. Not rated.8/01: Pt. 1, 2 & 3-Palace to Museum,The Story of the Louvre; Leonardoand the Origins of the Collection;Italian Renaissance andBaroque Painting.8/15: Pt. 4, 5 & 6-Spanish School ofPainting; Rubens and FlemishPainting, Early German; Rembrandt,Vermeer, and Dutch Painting.Tue, Aug 06 & 20, 2:00 pmeBook: One-on-one AssistanceCall for an appointment with a librarian andlearn how to borrow the library's eBooks.Bring your compatible eReader, tablet, ormobile device, and your laptop computer.(30 min.)Wed, Aug 07, 2:00 pmAdult Summer Reading ProgramRewindDid you read a great book this summer andcan’t wait to share how much you enjoyedit? Join us as we trade fantastic summerreading tips! (60 min.) Preregister.Sun, Aug 11, 2:00 pmFoss: Free & Open SoftwareExplore free and open source software(Foss) such as Google Docs and OpenOffice.org. Ali Fazelpour, from Palm BeachState College, will demonstrate how to usethis software for word processing, spreadsheets, database, and graphics. (90 min.)Preregister.Wed, Aug 14, 2:00 pmThere's an App for ThatAre you confused about what an app is andwhat it can do for you? Watch us demonstrate a variety of apps and explain howthey are useful. (60 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 21, 2:00 pmFree Edible GardensPBC Extension Service will teach us allabout growing and preparing heart-healthyfruits and vegetables and using herbs toenhance flavors. (60 min.) Preregister.Jueves, 22 de agosto, 6:30 pmThu, Aug 22, 6:30 pm1-2-3 Salsa!Ven y disfruta de este baile latino! Aprenderas pasos básicos de Salsa gozando deeste ritmo tropical. Se requiere registrarse.You’ll be delighted to learn Salsa's basicsteps while you enjoy this tropical rhythm.(90 min.) Preregister.CHILDSábado, 03 de agosto, 2:00 pmTriple “P” de Padres(Triple P Parenting, in Spanish)El Consejo de Servicios de Niños ofrece unprograma para promover la independenciay la salud de las familias, los ambientes noviolentos, de protección y el cuidado de losniños y jóvenes, así como el desarrollo, elcrecimiento, la salud y el desarrollo socialde los niños pequeños. Vamos a discutirlas formas en que podemos reducir losincidentes de abuso infantil, problemasde conducta y emocionales, la delincuencia y el abuso de sustancias, y el bajo rendimiento. Todas las edades. (90 min.) Serequiere registrarse.Mon, Aug 05, 3:30 pmCool & Fun Tween CraftsIt's August and very hot. It’s very cool here,so make some even cooler crafts. Ages 8 &up. (60 min.) Preregister.Tuesdays, 4:00 pmWrite Your Heart OutIn this four-week, creative writing workshop, we’ll explore how to write poetry andshort stories. Supplies provided. Ages 8-12.(60 min.) Preregister.gram saa ap pwomouvwa devlopman,avansman, lasanté ak konpetans sosyaljèn timoun. Nap diskite tou sou fason nouka ede diminye ka vyolans sou timoun,pwoblèm konpòtman ak pwoblèm emosyonèl, delenkans abi dwòg, epi echèk akademik. Pwogram sa se pou tout moun kapelve timoun. (90 min.) Anregistre alavans.Mon, Aug 12, 3:30 pmSun CatchersCreate a work of art that glistens in the sun.Ages 8 & up. (60 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 15, 3:00 pmMy Weird School Daze Party!Kick off the new school year with games,trivia, and a special meet-and-greet withyour favorite “Weird School” teachers.Ages 8 & up. (90 min.) Preregister.Sat, Aug 24, 11:00 amWho Hops?Let's read stories about animals that hopand make a hoppy animal craft. Ages 3-5.(45 min.) Preregister.TEENThu, Aug 08, 4:00 pm1,000 Blank White CardsCome learn the game where you createyour own playing cards and make yourown rules. Ages 11-17. (60 min.) Preregister.Fri, Aug 16, 3:00 pmShadowhunter TrainingDo you have the skills to become a Shadowhunter? Get ready for the movie “Cityof Bones,” by competing in an obstaclecourse. Ages 12-17. (90 min.) Preregister.Wed, Aug 07, 3:30 pm“Mo”re WillemsIf you loved Knuffle Bunny, Elephant,Piggy, and the Pigeon series, then you'lllove this story time. Ages 5 & up. (45 min.)Preregister.Samdi, 10 Out, 2:00 pmTriple “P” Parenting (In Creole)Children’s Services Council ki se yonòganizasyon ki okipel de kesyon timounap òganize yon pwogram pou pwomouvwa lasanté pi ankouraje endepandansfanmi yo,nan yon anviwònman kote pagenvyolans epi ki ofri pwoteksyon ak sa timounak jèn yo bezwen pou yo epanouyi. Pwo-We may take photos or videoof programs. These imagesmay be used on our website, in our publications,by local newspapers, orultimately on theWorld Wide Web.If you do not wish your imageto be published, please notifya Library staff memberbefore the program.Page 7

525 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee 33476 Phone: 924-5928Sat, Aug 03, 1:00 pmscenes, center stage, or as a member ofCHILDSummer Reading Celebration &the cheering audience. All ages. (90 min.)Thursdays, 10:00 & 10:45 amIce Cream Social!Preregister.Tuesdays, 10:00 amBridges of Pahokee will help us celebrateStory Timethe joys of summer (reading and ice cream, Sat, Aug 24, 1:00 pmStories and creative activities for children. of course!) and our many successful read- 2nd Annual Scavenger Hunt!Ages 3-5. Preregister.ers! We’ll congratulate our readers and Tweens, teens, and parents are encouraged8/01: I Dig Turtles (& Other Sea Life!)create ice cream sundaes! All ages. (2 hr.) to participate and help light the way forour youngest readers. All ages. (60 min.)8/06 & 8/08: Counting Fun!Preregister.Preregister.8/13 & 8/15: School Days!Wed, Aug 21, 5:30 pm8/20 & 8/22: Friendship!Play Me a Story8/27 & 8/29: Dog Days of Summer?Families are invited for stories and skits!Puppy Tales!There’s a part for everyone: behind the3650 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach 33406 Phone: 233-2600ADULTSabado, 03 de agosto, 2:00 pmLatinoamérica al Día(Latin America Today, in Spanish)Nuestros bellos paisajes son distintos;Nuestro idioma y cultura es la misma.Vengan a un programa entretenido e interesante para celebrar y aprender sobre ladiversidad y lo que tenemos en común. (2 hr.)Wed, Aug 07, 2:00 pmGenealogy Research:The Next GenerationGovernment Research Service staff willdemonstrate genealogical databases andthe new “Genealogy Information” website. Preregister.Thu, Aug 15, 1:00 pmSome of the Worst Mistakes inFederal Government ContractingCarole Hart, from the Small Business Development Center of Palm Beach State College,will highlight some of the mistakes whichimpact the reasons for denial of an awardto your firm. (60 min.) Call the SBDC at561-862-4726 to preregister.Fri, Aug 16, 2:00 pmMovies at Main“Oz: The Great and Powerful.” WaltDisney Pictures. (130 min.) PGMartes, 20 de agosto, 2:00 pmLa Salud de Su Hijo, Mente y Cuerpo:Taller #1 Comidas Saludablesen Familia(Your Child's Healthy Mind & Body:Workshop #1-Healthy Family Meals,in Spanish)En esta serie de seminarios, Ada MedinaSolorzano les ensenara a los padres comoadoptar los habitos saludables para loshijos en edad de crecimiento y como darlescomida nutritiva con un presupuesto limitado. (2 hr.) Se requiere registrarse.Page 8www.pbclibrary.org/online-researchWed, Aug 21, 2:30 pmLearn How to Job CampaignUsing the InternetOur Business Librarian will show youhow to create a high-impact, customized,Job Campaign on the Internet. Learnhow to find websites and use databasesand social media to help you in your jobsearch. (90 min.) Preregister.Thu, Aug 22, 2:00 pmSo Your Government Contract HasBeen Terminated, Now What?A termination is considere

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