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What’s Happening at BPL

Jan 20, 2011 11:50 AM | 0 comments

Where can you find great local programming that won’t break the bank? Central Library’s Dweck Center is the place to be. We offer a variety of free, entertaining and educational programs throughout the year. With weekly children and adult programs, performances and thought-provoking panel discussions, just to name a few, you’re guaranteed to find something the entire family will enjoy.

This week’s line-up includes:

Amanda Hesser and Frank Bruni in Conversation

Thursday, January 20, 7 PM

Award-Winning Short Stories

Saturday, January 22, 1 PM

Drawn in Brooklyn Art Workshops: Children Make Terrible Pets...but Terrific Artists with Peter Brown

Saturday, January 22, 2:30 PM

Russian Literary Series: Irina Muravyova

Saturday, January 22, 4 PM

The Encyclopedia of New York City

Sunday, January 23, 1:30 PM

Classical Interludes: Escher String Quartet with Andrew Nolen

Sunday, January 23, 4 PM

For more information about these or other programs, please visit http://www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/events/culturearts/.

 

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