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Plans This Weekend?

Jan 28, 2010 1:45 PM | 0 comments

You have them now! It’s going to be quite a weekend at your library. Check out some of what’s going on across the borough:

 

Mizik pou Ayiti (Music for Haiti)

Friday, Jan 29, 6 PM

Central Library, Dweck Center

Come to this concert and help support Haiti. For a suggested donation of $20, you can enjoy music by the Altino Brothers, Buyu Ambroise (Blues in Red Band), Markus Schwartz (Tanbou Nan Lakou Brooklyn) and others.

 

African-Atlantic Genealogical Society Workshop     

Saturday, Jan 30, 1 PM

Macon Library 

Get an early start on Black History Month. Trace your family tree with help from the newly chartered African-Atlantic Genealogical Society (AAGS).

 

MoMA: Contemporary Mexican Artist Gabriel Orozco

Saturday, Jan 30, 4 PM

Central Library, Dweck Center

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) lecturer Angela Garcia presents the varied career of Orozco. Attendees can receive a family pass to MoMA for up to five people.

 

Sesame Street Family Day

Sunday, Jan 31, 1 – 4:30 PM

Kings Highway Library

Free fun for everyone! Enjoy crafts, stories, a screening of Elmo in Grouchland, prizes and the chance to take a picture with Walkaround Cookie Monster.

 

Gastropolis: Finding Your Food "Voice"

Sunday, Jan 31, 1:30 PM

Central Library, Dweck Center

Gastropolis editor Jonathan Deutsch leads a panel discussion on the ways in which food conveys meaning and aspects of New York Cultural identities.

 

There’s plenty more where those came from. Visit our website to find out what else you can do.

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