The Senior Social is a monthly program for seniors in the community to gather at the Frayser Library. The Senior Social will offer inclusive programming and services tailored to our patrons over the age of 50, including lectures, films, performances, arts and crafts and educational programs that reflect the wide interests of today's older adults.
This month, the Senior Social will celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with a special viewing of the documentary,
Latino Americans. There will be Latin inspired refreshments served during this program.
Come create art and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by creating Ecuadorian Migajon Miniatures, where we'll create tiny animals, flowers, people, or whatever you want just as the artisans in Ecuador do.
This program encourages children to read and check out books to help build their literacy skills. They meet in the library's DiscoverRead area at 4:30 pm, then disperse to the shelves to select a book or they can bring their own. After 10 minutes, they convene back DiscoverRead for reading time (alone, one on one, or as a group). Then they line up to tell the facilitator about the book, if they choose to. They proceed to the circulation desk to check out their book selection.
In Makerspace, children ages 6-8 take on projects that explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math. These five subject areas are interrelated, and by combining them, new insights, ideas, skills, and solutions to problems emerge.
Become a part of Frayser's Teen Advisory! Help us create library displays, give feedback on library programs and events, and collaborate with your peers to develop new ideas for programs! Come prepared with ideas for activities and materials you would like to see in the library! Tells us your ideas! Get ready to make this your library!
A music program for teens. Teens will have fun (creative) and learn life skills associated with the music industry and music production that can be transferred and useful in any career path, as well as development and self-empowerment. Both concepts encourage strength, responsibility, critical thinking, and attention detail.
Children ages 6-12 will get a chance to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month in this after school Makerspace! They will learn about the Hispanic history and culture while making different Hispanic foods and crafts.