Ace the interview. Land the Job. Be promoted. The difference between casual dress and professional attire can affect your career options. Learn how to dress appropriately for interviews and on the job at a workshop at the South Side Branch on Thursday, November 20 at 6:00 p.m. Affordable clothes will be modeled for men and women at the one hour program. Receive helpful pointers that will impress colleagues and management.
The program is free and open to the public. Register now
Open invitation to teddy bears and other stuffed animals to a sleep-over at the South Side Branch on Tuesday, November 18. What do Teddy Bears do while you sleep? Wear your pajamas and come at 6:30PM to enjoy stories, songs, activities and snacks which will precede the sleep-over for the animals. Teddy bears may be picked up anytime the Branch is open during the week following the event. If a child does not want to leave their own special friend overnight, they may adopt one of the bears at the Branch. Families will return one week later on November 25 to receive a photo album of the animals’ overnight activities.
The one hour program is free. Register here…
For those of you who love a booksale, the South Side Branch will be having one on Thursday, November 13 from 6:00-8:00 PM and on Saturday, November 15 from 1:00-4:00 PM. There are children’s and adult books. For Spanish speakers there are many, many books in Spanish.
If you are looking for movies, we have them. There are 100 VHS tapes for $.50 and 150 DVD’s for $2.00.
So come on out and browse our booksale items.
The booksale is in the basement. No handicapped access. Major credit cards accepted, cash, or checks.
Thursday, November 13: 6-8PM and Saturday, November 15: 1-4PM
This book sale has a terrific selection of books, DVDs, videos and music. Lots of Spanish books, movies and music, too. Most credit cards, accepted. (Please note the book sale room is on the ground floor and is not handicapped accessible).
The class size is small so register now! Register here…
Books Around the World is a reading adventure where you read books written by authors from around the world. You will learn about different cultures, the people, food, and the history. The Rosie Project is written by Graeme Simsion who was born in New Zealand.
Join us this Saturday, October 25 from 1:00-2:00 PM at the South Side Branch for a discussion of The Rosie Project. Enjoy some refreshments while learning about New Zealand.