'One World, Many Stories' in combination with ‘You are Here’ on Wednesday, July 27th, from 6:30-7:30pm is on the move with ‘Reptiles on the Move’! Meet more than 24 animals during this event. Get to know all sorts of interesting lizards, snakes, turtles, frogs and even an American alligator or two. Everybody will enjoy meeting 'Luka' an 11 ft. long albino Burmese Python, 'Darth Gator’, and 'Roxie and Toby' the huge tortoises. Come greet colorful creatures such as Chinese water dragons, blue tongued skinks and so many more animals from different parts of the world! This is a summer reading event and is paid for by ‘The Friends of the Kimball Library.’ No registration is necessary. All ages are welcome.
‘Learn to Build Your Character’ if you are in grades 1-5. Come in for lessons with Joshua Munoz, to build confidence in yourself on Thursday, July 28, from 11-11:45am - presented by Ocasio's True Martial Arts, Plaistow. This event is part of the Summer Reading Program 'One World, Many Stories.'
‘You are Here’ on Tuesday, August 2nd, with Deepal Vora. Deepal is a professional henna artist providing Henna Services for the last 6 years around the Boston area. Her designs are completely free-hand and thus flexible to suit style and preference. She uses all-natural henna powder (no BLACK Henna) that is safe on the skin. The henna paste is prepared fresh a day or two before the event.
First on that evening is henna history, tradition, facts and myths. Next on the agenda is types of henna designs - Indian, Arabic, Moroccan, and contemporary glitter designs. You will also be shown how to make henna paste and cones. Deepal will do henna designs on the teens and they also get an opportunity to practice the art on themselves and others. This program currently has a waitlist, but it is not uncommon to have last minute cancellations so please so register if you are interested. Check out Deepal Vora's work: http://www.hennabydeepal.com Participants should be entering grade 6 up through age 19, be registered for teen summer reading, and have their own Kimball Library card. Hands-on participation is limited to 20 teens although guests may attend and hear the history portion of the program. ***Permission slips for ages under 18 need to be signed on the night of the program.
Please contact Kathy Watson at email@example.com with registration issues regarding the henna program. Subject line should say “Register Me for Henna’. Body of the message should give your ‘Name’ (first and last), ‘phone number’, LIBRARY CARD NUMBER, ‘age’, and ‘email’ address. Thanks for your cooperation.
Like to knit? We have opportunities galore! Join the KnitWits on either Tuesdays or Fridays from 10:30am-12pm, or join the newly formed ‘KnitOwls’ on Thursdays nights from 6:30-8pm. You may attend any or all of these gatherings. No registration is necessary.
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