Next up we have a special movie night.
A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines is the Westchester Libraries’ Big Read for this year, and we’ll be showing the movie after a brief discussion of the book.
If that isn’t really your style, we’ve got some other stuff coming up in the next few months.
On March 6th, we’ll be having our first ever Guitar Hero World Tour tournament at the Harbor for our third game night.
And then, in April, we’ll be showing the newly released Twilight for our teen movie night on April 3rd.
Don’t forget to stop into our new temporary location at 102 Mamaroneck Avenue. We may have shrunk to a bookcase and a half, but we’ve still got new books coming in and we can always get books from other libraries if necessary.
Rather than having a movie this month, we’re experimenting with our first ever game night. Are you ready for the challenge?
We’ll have a variety of games, with our usual array of
fabulous prizes, along with door prizes and refreshments. As usual, the doors will open at 6:30 pm and the program will start at 7pm. Sixth grade and up, but teens only.
As you may have heard, our programming has moved to the Harbor Pavilion while we are in our temporary location at 102 Mamaroneck Avenue This is the big stone building right by the beach in the park. It’s simple to get to, just drive, bike or walk across Boston Post Road into the Harbor parking lot. When you see the playground, you’ll have to turn off (no cars allowed) onto the path to your left. The building is on your left and we’re in the blue room (usually).
If you miss the movie nights, don’t worry. We’ll be back with another great movie January 6th. After that, we’re planning to alternate movies with other programs (limited availability of the program space) unless we have massive protests.