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Bronx Manhattan Staten Island

3 events found.

Thu, May 25
@ 10:30 a.m.
Early Literacy
Toddler/Preschool Story Time
Join us for songs, rhymes, picturebook stories, simple craft activity, and snack packed in 45 minutes! For two and three year-olds and their care givers. No pre-registration is needed, but the space is limited to 20. First-come, first-serve.
St. George Library CenterChildren,
Toddlers (18-36 months),
Pre-schoolers (3-5 years),
Wed, June 21
@ 4:45 p.m.
Roberto Buscarsi
I'm a crooning ukuleleist, performing (in a style most influenced by 葛兰/Grace Chang, Adriano Celentano and Rudy Valee) songs from the Jazz Age, the 1980s, and well known songs in Mandarin, Cantonese, Indonesian, Tagolog, Japanese, Russian, Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian, Slovenian, Indonesian, Spanish and Italian. As a greenmarket and subway busker, volunteer performer in hospitals, roving ukulele instructor and open mic emcee my approach is highly interactive and audience site specific. http://www.b…
South Beach LibraryAdults,
Sat, October 7
@ 2:30 p.m.
Author @ the Library presents Justine Hope Blau of Scattered: A Mostly True Memoir
Whisked from a child's cozy life in Queens to the streets of Manhattan, clutching the hand of her intense and troubled mother, Justine begins a journey over which she has little control. Along with her two older brothers, she finds herself wrapped in a fantasy-fueled odyssey engineered by her mother, spending nights in cheap hotels they can't afford, or park benches and subway trains, always on the lookout for food. Meanwhile, her father looms in the distance with his new family, ineffectual--un…
Bronx Library Center, Auditorium Adults

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