Eastchester Public Library

Online Programs via ZOOM

Wednesday October 7, 2020 - Wednesday January 27, 2021
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3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
EPL Newbery Challenge for Grades 3 - 6

Are you in Grades 3 - 6? Do you love to read? Do you enjoy talking about books, and trivia? Our Newbery Challenge on Zoom may be for you! Click here to see our flyer.

Interested in the program? Sign up here. Once you sign up, we will email you more information. We will read a total of eight books. Meetings will take place on select Wednesdays at 3:30 pm: October 7, October 21, November 4, November 18, December 2, December 16, January 6 and January 20, with a celebration on January 27th.

 

CONTACT: Jonathan Heifetz  914-793-5055  jheifetz@wlsmail.org
There are 9 spaces available.

Are you in Grades 3 - 6? Do you love to read? Do you enjoy talking about books, and trivia? Our Newbery Challenge on Zoom may be for you! Click here to see our flyer.

Interested in the program? Sign up here. Once you sign up, we will email you more information. We will read a total of eight books. Meetings will take place on select Wednesdays at 3:30 pm: October 7, October 21, November 4, November 18, December 2, December 16, January 6 and January 20, with a celebration on January 27th.

 

CONTACT:
  Jonathan Heifetz
  914.793.5055
   jheifetz@wlsmail.org

There are 9 spaces available.

Tuesday January 12, 2021 - Tuesday May 18, 2021
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2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
2021 Winter Preschool Storytime via Zoom

Join us for a fun and engaging Zoom preschool storytime featuring beloved picture books both old and new! Seasonal crafts will be included monthly.

For ages 3-5. 

Sign up is required via email to tchang@wlsmail.org. Please include your child's name and age in the message. Registered users will receive the Zoom link.

CONTACT: Teresa Chang  tchang@wlsmail.org

Join us for a fun and engaging Zoom preschool storytime featuring beloved picture books both old and new! Seasonal crafts will be included monthly.

For ages 3-5. 

Sign up is required via email to tchang@wlsmail.org. Please include your child's name and age in the message. Registered users will receive the Zoom link.

CONTACT:
  Teresa Chang
  
   tchang@wlsmail.org

Wednesday January 13, 2021 - Wednesday May 19, 2021
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11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Learn to Read with Ms. Teresa via Zoom

Nothing is more exciting than when your child has become an emerging reader, who would like to sound out and figure out each word in a book! In this program, I will incorporate early literacy principles to encourage children to practice sight words and phonics while enjoying a fun story together.

For Pre-K and K.

Sign up is required via email to tchang@wlsmail.org. Please include your child's name and age in the message. Registered users will receive the Zoom link.

CONTACT: Teresa Chang  tchang@wlsmail.org

Nothing is more exciting than when your child has become an emerging reader, who would like to sound out and figure out each word in a book! In this program, I will incorporate early literacy principles to encourage children to practice sight words and phonics while enjoying a fun story together.

For Pre-K and K.

Sign up is required via email to tchang@wlsmail.org. Please include your child's name and age in the message. Registered users will receive the Zoom link.

CONTACT:
  Teresa Chang
  
   tchang@wlsmail.org

Tuesday January 19, 2021 - Tuesday May 25, 2021
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3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Coding Classes

Join us for another series of coding classes designed for kids in 3rd grade and up. We will continue our curriculum following the Code.org module and also explore concepts in A.I. 

Meeting every other Tuesday:

1/19, 2/2, 2/16, 3/2, 3/16, 3/30, 4/13, 4/27, 5/11 & 5/25.

CONTACT: Teresa Chang  9147935055  tchang@wlsmail.org
There are 12 spaces available.

Join us for another series of coding classes designed for kids in 3rd grade and up. We will continue our curriculum following the Code.org module and also explore concepts in A.I. 

Meeting every other Tuesday:

1/19, 2/2, 2/16, 3/2, 3/16, 3/30, 4/13, 4/27, 5/11 & 5/25.

CONTACT:
  Teresa Chang
  9147935055
   tchang@wlsmail.org

There are 12 spaces available.

Sunday January 24, 2021
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2:00 PM
A History of TV Comedy with Brian Rose

From the earliest days of television, making people laugh was one the central goals of TV programmers. Successful radio formats like the sitcom and the comedy/variety show moved to television in the late 1940s, joined a few years later by the medium’s own innovation, the late night comedy talk show. For the next seven decades, these three formats dominated the airwaves, led by brilliant comedians such as Sid Caesar, Jackie Gleason, Johnny Carson, Carol Burnett, Gilda Radner, and Jerry Seinfeld. This presentation will survey the extraordinary landscape of American TV comedy, examining how comedy changed from the vaudeville shtick of Milton Berle and the slapstick artistry of Lucille Ball to the social satire of Saturday Night Live and the self-reflexive absurdities of David Letterman and The Simpsons.  Registration required to receive ZOOM ID and password.

From the earliest days of television, making people laugh was one the central goals of TV programmers. Successful radio formats like the sitcom and the comedy/variety show moved to television in the late 1940s, joined a few years later by the medium’s own innovation, the late night comedy talk show. For the next seven decades, these three formats dominated the airwaves, led by brilliant comedians such as Sid Caesar, Jackie Gleason, Johnny Carson, Carol Burnett, Gilda Radner, and Jerry Seinfeld. This presentation will survey the extraordinary landscape of American TV comedy, examining how comedy changed from the vaudeville shtick of Milton Berle and the slapstick artistry of Lucille Ball to the social satire of Saturday Night Live and the self-reflexive absurdities of David Letterman and The Simpsons.  Registration required to receive ZOOM ID and password.


Monday January 25, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Chat & Color Book Club

Join us to discuss The Last Days of Ellis Island by Gaelle Josse. We will be meeting via Zoom.

Please note: This book is available in e-book format on Hoopla. If you would like a physical copy of this book, please call Amelia @ 914-793-5055.

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password! 

There are 12 spaces available.

Join us to discuss The Last Days of Ellis Island by Gaelle Josse. We will be meeting via Zoom.

Please note: This book is available in e-book format on Hoopla. If you would like a physical copy of this book, please call Amelia @ 914-793-5055.

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password! 

There are 12 spaces available.

 
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7:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Yoga Class for Teens and Adults

We are now offering this yoga class for Teens and Adults!

This is a half hour yoga class that will meet online using ZOOM.

Online registration is required to receive the meeting number and password. 

Registration closes 30 minutes before the program begins.

CONTACT: Amelia
There are 30 spaces available.

We are now offering this yoga class for Teens and Adults!

This is a half hour yoga class that will meet online using ZOOM.

Online registration is required to receive the meeting number and password. 

Registration closes 30 minutes before the program begins.

CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 30 spaces available.

Tuesday January 26, 2021
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11:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Limber Up Chair Yoga

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT: Kate
There are 33 spaces available.

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT:
  Kate
  
  

There are 33 spaces available.

Wednesday January 27, 2021
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2:00 PM
Early Rock and Roll Ballads with Richard Knox

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 10th, February 24th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are 31 spaces available.

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 10th, February 24th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are 31 spaces available.

Thursday January 28, 2021
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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Crochet Class

Project: Continuing Hat & Earwarmers

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT: Amelia
There are 16 spaces available.

Project: Continuing Hat & Earwarmers

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 16 spaces available.

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Library Author Talks: Pamela Paul

Registration required here: https://bit.ly/3rFkZu9

This series is co-sponsored by Westchester Library System, Book Ya Ya, and Westchester Library Association. For more info visit www.libraryauthortalks.org

Library Author Talks kicks off with Pamela Paul, bestselling author of How to Raise a Reader, and editor of the New York Times Book Review. You must pre-register at the link above to receive the login info.

Registration required here: https://bit.ly/3rFkZu9

This series is co-sponsored by Westchester Library System, Book Ya Ya, and Westchester Library Association. For more info visit www.libraryauthortalks.org

Library Author Talks kicks off with Pamela Paul, bestselling author of How to Raise a Reader, and editor of the New York Times Book Review. You must pre-register at the link above to receive the login info.

Sunday January 31, 2021
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2:00 PM
The Evolution of the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is much more than a football game, and as you might know, it is the only sports event that impacts every community in the United States. But, did you know that the Super Bowl rose out of the civil rights movement, specifically the African American boycott of the AFL All Star Game in New Orleans? Evan Weiner, a veteran sports broadcaster will take us on a journey from the birth of the Super Bowl to talk about the halftime shows and everything in between, including how the famed football game got its name.

Registration required for ZOOM ID and Password.

There are 33 spaces available.

The Super Bowl is much more than a football game, and as you might know, it is the only sports event that impacts every community in the United States. But, did you know that the Super Bowl rose out of the civil rights movement, specifically the African American boycott of the AFL All Star Game in New Orleans? Evan Weiner, a veteran sports broadcaster will take us on a journey from the birth of the Super Bowl to talk about the halftime shows and everything in between, including how the famed football game got its name.

Registration required for ZOOM ID and Password.

There are 33 spaces available.

Wednesday February 3, 2021

This month we will discuss Ellis Peter's The Funeral of Figaro for the February 3rd Mystery Club meeting.  Print copies of this operatic whodunit will be available at the library starting January 13th.  Published in 1962, this stand-alone title by the author of the hugely successful Chronicles of Brother Cadfael series is also available online at Hoopla. For more information, call the library.  Registration required to receive ZOOM info.

There are 39 spaces available.

This month we will discuss Ellis Peter's The Funeral of Figaro for the February 3rd Mystery Club meeting.  Print copies of this operatic whodunit will be available at the library starting January 13th.  Published in 1962, this stand-alone title by the author of the hugely successful Chronicles of Brother Cadfael series is also available online at Hoopla. For more information, call the library.  Registration required to receive ZOOM info.

There are 39 spaces available.

Thursday February 4, 2021
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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Crochet Class

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT: Amelia
There are 14 spaces available.

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 14 spaces available.

Monday February 8, 2021
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Teen Book Discussion & Trivia

Join us for a Book Discussion and Trivia for The Downstairs Girl by Stacy Lee.

Contact Amelia, abuccarelli@wlsmail.org to request a copy of this book.

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & Password.

Open to grades 6th-12th

CONTACT: Amelia
There are 8 spaces available.

Join us for a Book Discussion and Trivia for The Downstairs Girl by Stacy Lee.

Contact Amelia, abuccarelli@wlsmail.org to request a copy of this book.

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & Password.

Open to grades 6th-12th

CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 8 spaces available.

Tuesday February 9, 2021
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11:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Limber Up Chair Yoga

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT: Eastchester Public Library  914-793-5055  eastchesterlibrary@wlsmail.org
There are 64 spaces available.

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT:
  Eastchester Public Library
  914.793.5055
   eastchesterlibrary@wlsmail.org

There are 64 spaces available.

Wednesday February 10, 2021
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2:00 PM
Early Rock and Roll Ballads with Richard Knox

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 24th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are 54 spaces available.

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 24th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are 54 spaces available.

Thursday February 11, 2021
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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Crochet Class

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT: Amelia
There are 14 spaces available.

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 14 spaces available.

Sunday February 14, 2021
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2:00 PM
Love Duets at the Opera: Part Two
Make up or Break Up?  Love Duets at the Opera
 
Join Tanisha Mitchell as she explores the drama, passion and pain of love through some of opera's most famous duets. 
Part one features duets from: La Boheme, Carmen, Faust, Otello and Romeo and Juliette and Part two will explore love duets from La Traviata, Magic Flute, Tosca, Madame Butterfly and Don Giovanni.
 
Registration required to receive ZOOM ID and password.
 
There are 72 spaces available.
Make up or Break Up?  Love Duets at the Opera
 
Join Tanisha Mitchell as she explores the drama, passion and pain of love through some of opera's most famous duets. 
Part one features duets from: La Boheme, Carmen, Faust, Otello and Romeo and Juliette and Part two will explore love duets from La Traviata, Magic Flute, Tosca, Madame Butterfly and Don Giovanni.
 
Registration required to receive ZOOM ID and password.
 
There are 72 spaces available.

Tuesday February 16, 2021
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11:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Limber Up Chair Yoga

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT: Eastchester Public Library  914-793-5055  eastchesterlibrary@wlsmail.org
There are 64 spaces available.

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT:
  Eastchester Public Library
  914.793.5055
   eastchesterlibrary@wlsmail.org

There are 64 spaces available.

Wednesday February 17, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Writing and Marketing Your Mystery Novel

Join mystery writers Cathi Stoler, D.M. Barr and Lori Robbins as they discuss writing and publishing mystery novels.  Our three panelists are members of the Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers and Sisters In Crime. They have each recently published mystery novels.

CONTACT: Tracy Wright  9147935055  twright@wlsmail.org

Join mystery writers Cathi Stoler, D.M. Barr and Lori Robbins as they discuss writing and publishing mystery novels.  Our three panelists are members of the Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers and Sisters In Crime. They have each recently published mystery novels.

CONTACT:
  Tracy Wright
  9147935055
   twright@wlsmail.org


Thursday February 18, 2021
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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Crochet Class

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT: Amelia
There are 14 spaces available.

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 14 spaces available.

Sunday February 21, 2021
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2:00 PM
Make Em Laugh: The History of Comedy in Film with Brian Rose

Since the beginning of motion pictures, making audiences laugh has been one of film industry’s chief box office attractions. Skilled acrobatic comedians like Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, and Charlie Chaplin were enormously popular in the silent era, as were their more verbally dexterous talking picture successors the Marx Brothers and W.C. Fields. Comedy exploded once movies could talk, from screwball to romance to social satire to musicals, and in recent decades dozens of new variations have appeared from over-the-top dark comedy to gross-out teen comedy. This survey will look at the major highlights of screen comedy over the last 125 years, illustrated with more than 40 examples from Hollywood’s funniest films. Registration required to receive ZOOM ID and password.

There are 46 spaces available.

Since the beginning of motion pictures, making audiences laugh has been one of film industry’s chief box office attractions. Skilled acrobatic comedians like Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, and Charlie Chaplin were enormously popular in the silent era, as were their more verbally dexterous talking picture successors the Marx Brothers and W.C. Fields. Comedy exploded once movies could talk, from screwball to romance to social satire to musicals, and in recent decades dozens of new variations have appeared from over-the-top dark comedy to gross-out teen comedy. This survey will look at the major highlights of screen comedy over the last 125 years, illustrated with more than 40 examples from Hollywood’s funniest films. Registration required to receive ZOOM ID and password.

There are 46 spaces available.

Monday February 22, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Chat & Color Book Club
CONTACT: Amelia
There are 19 spaces available.
CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 19 spaces available.

Tuesday February 23, 2021
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11:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Limber Up Chair Yoga

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT: Eastchester Public Library  914-793-5055  eastchesterlibrary@wlsmail.org
There are 64 spaces available.

 “Limber Up Chair Yoga” is taught by Diane Negvesky who teaches for the Rye YMCA and leads classes and fitness instruction at The Osborn in Rye for Independent Living. The 30 minute class includes seated and standing exercises with the support of a chair.  

Join us in these series of exercises that will help to keep us calm and families working together!

CONTACT:
  Eastchester Public Library
  914.793.5055
   eastchesterlibrary@wlsmail.org

There are 64 spaces available.

Wednesday February 24, 2021
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2:00 PM
Early Rock and Roll Ballads with Richard Knox

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: March 10th and March 24th.

There are 53 spaces available.

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: March 10th and March 24th.

There are 53 spaces available.

Thursday February 25, 2021
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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Crochet Class

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT: Amelia
There are 14 spaces available.

Join us for a weekly Crochet Class!

Project: TBA

Please note: You should have a basic knowledge of crocheting in order to make all projects. 

Open to ages 10 and up!

Online registration required to receive Zoom ID & password!

CONTACT:
  Amelia
  
  

There are 14 spaces available.

Sunday February 28, 2021
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2:00 PM
The Marvelous Mr. Mercer

The Chamlin's return with a musical tribute to the great Johnny Mercer.  Their homage to Mercer includes great standards such as Blues in the Night, Accentuate the Positive, Come Rain or Come Shine, and That Old Black Magic

CONTACT: Tracy Wright  9147935055  twright@wlsmail.org
There are 50 spaces available.

The Chamlin's return with a musical tribute to the great Johnny Mercer.  Their homage to Mercer includes great standards such as Blues in the Night, Accentuate the Positive, Come Rain or Come Shine, and That Old Black Magic

CONTACT:
  Tracy Wright
  9147935055
   twright@wlsmail.org

There are 50 spaces available.

Wednesday March 10, 2021
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2:00 PM
Early Rock and Roll Ballads with Richard Knox

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 10th, February 14th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are many spaces available.

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 10th, February 14th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are many spaces available.

Wednesday March 24, 2021
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2:00 PM
Early Rock and Roll Ballads with Richard Knox

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 10th, February 14th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are many spaces available.

While the first decade of the Rock 'n Roll Era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and "cover" versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded.  Groups such as The Platters and the Everly Brothers as well as solo performers such as Ben E. King, Johnny Mathis, Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton were responsible for a large percentage of record sales and then became a staple on TV programs such as "American Bandstand" and the "Ed Sullivan Show."

This nostalgic program (5 part series) will revisit many of these classic numbers as they were performed in live concerts or on television.

Online registration by 12:30pm on the day of the program is required to receive ZOOM ID and password.  Registration closes at 12:30 pm and the email will the information will be sent out at 12:45pm.  Additional program dates are: February 10th, February 14th, March 10th and March 24th.

There are many spaces available.


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