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KidsLIVE: Rick Riordan at the New York Public Library


October 10, 2014
For all ages
KidsLIVE programs are sponsored by the Andreas C. Dracopoulos Family Endowment for Young Audiences.

The New York Public Library's KidsLIVE and Books of Wonder present bestselling author Rick Riordan! In front of a live audience at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Rick will talk about The Blood of Olympus, the much anticipated fifth installment of his beloved Heroes of Olympus series.   The festivities and activities will kick off at 3:00, followed by Rick himself at 4:00!  Be sure to be in your seats by 4:00 as there is no late seating.  

Tickets to see Rick live at the Schwarzman Building are free, but must be reserved in advance by visiting here or by calling 1.888.71.TICKETS. 

This event will also be simulcast at branch libraries in all five NYC boroughs. Please be in touch with each individual branch for more information.

Participating New York Public Library branches include: St George, Seward Park, Mariners Harbor, Riverdale, Countee Cullen, Parkchester, and Jefferson Market, Bronx Library Center, and Hamilton Grange.

Participating Brooklyn Public Library branches include: Central, Macon, and Kensington. 

Participating Queens Public Library branches include: Children’s Library Discovery Center, Bayside, Rochdale, Pomonok, Lefferts, South Jamaica, Bellerose, Far Rockaway, Baisley, North Hills, Windsor, and Briarwood

Children should be accompanied by an adult. Photos and video will be taken at this event. By attending the event, you agree that NYPL may use those photos (of you and your children) in its promotional materials and may distribute those photos and video to third parties. 

KidsLIVE programs are sponsored by the Andreas C. Dracopoulos Family Endowment for Young Audiences.

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