April is Friends of the Library Month at the Danbury Library! All month there will be programs for Kids and Teens, including the following:
Wednesday April 21st from 1:30-2:30 Captain Scott Shields will be giving a free talk about his experience working in the rubble of the World Trade Center with his rescue dog "Bear", which is the focus of his book, "Bear, Heart of a Hero." He will also be bringing along his new dog Theodore.
Thursday April 22nd there will be a free drop-in storytime from 11am-Noon.
From 10am-7pm come to the library and make a kite for free! All the materials will be supplied.
There will also be free Computer Workshops and Presentations for adults!
On Tuesday April 20th from 11am-Noon there will be a Genealogy Presentation focusing on Federal Resources.
Also on Tuesday April 20th from 5:30-6:30 there will be an Intermediate Excel class (prerequisites: Excel Basics)
On Friday April 23rd from 10:30-11:30 am there will be an Online Search Tools: Library Databases presentations, for people who already have confident computer and mouse skills.
And on Tuesday April 27th from 10-11am there will be a presentation on Finding Jobs on the Internet!
Finally there will be a free Book Talk on the book Headlong with author Michael Frayn on Monday April 26th from 6:30-8pm! To request your copy online, log onto danburylibrary.org or call 797-4527.
For more general information call the Library at (203)797-4505.