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Hip Hop Youth Empowerment Workshops
Hip Hop Youth Empowerment Workshops

Teens- Join us for workshops, hosted by Kerwyn Phillip, that teach the origins of hip hop culture and discuss issues and events that influence lyrical content of music today.

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Events for Wednesday, July 24, 2013

7/24/2013

Ginter Park
Didgeridoo Down Under
4 - 5 p.m.
Come join us for an interactive, educational and super fun...one -of-a-kind musical & cultural experience for all ages!

Hull Street
Didgeridoo Down Under
1:00pm
Join us for a one-of-a-kind experience that combines music, puppetry, comedy and more! It's interactive, educational and fun for all ages.

Main
Retro Movie Day for Teens! The Goonies
3:00 pm
Come watch great movies from the 80s and 90s, and the best air-conditioning in the city! Movie of the day: The Goonies (1985) PG 114 min

Didgeridoo Down Under Music Program
10:30
Join us for this high energy Australian Music Show. Fun for all ages. Groups please call to register. 646-4768

Richmond Public Library Board Meeting
12:00 p.m.


Preschool Story Time
10:30
Interactive story time for preschoolers ages 3-5 with an adult. Music, stories, and more.

Knitting Club
1-3 pm
Join us as we share the joy of knitting. Taught by Teen Advisory Group member Virshon Carrington. For teens and adults.

Living to Tell the Tale- writing memoirs
2-3:30pm
Writing Your Memoirs Kristen Taranto will lead you step by step through your personal and family history in a SIX WEEKS CLASS. Beginning and continuing students welcome. Limited enrollment. Call to register- 646-7223. Wed. June 26- July 31

North Avenue
Toddler Storytime
10 AM
Interactive stories and music for children ages 18-36 months, with an adult.

Drop in 4 Crafts
1-4:00pm
Every Wednesday in July drop by North Avenue for Craft time! For children ages 5-12.

West End
Computer Q&A
1:00-3:00 PM
Bring your specific computer or eBook questions to our Q&A sessions for adults. Please register at the front desk when you arrive.

Adult Book Discussion Group
6:30 PM
Join us as we discuss the book Year of the Gadfly by: Jennifer Miller. The author will be joining us via Skype! Ms. Miller is attempting to set the world record for the most book clubs visited in a month: 100. Any five (or more) people who read Gadfly and spend 30 minutes with her on Skype this July will be counted toward the official record on recordsetter.com. The West End book club is ecstatic to be part of this! Please register at the Circulation Desk or call 646-1877.



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