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The MOST: Fizz Boom Amaze!

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on July 3, 2014
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Ever wondered why Pop Rocks pop and soda goes fizz? The MOST brings you an exciting selection of experiments that fizz, boom and pop! You will be amazed, and dazzled as you learn the science behind them. This 45 minute interactive show is for people of all ages and designed to encourage further scientific experimentation!

(REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

Select a date below to sign up!

Tuesday, July 15th 11-12 NOPL @ Cicero

Thursday, July 24th 2-3 NOPL @ Brewerton

Friday, July 25th 2-3 NOPL @ North Syracuse

Teen Craft Corner: Smash book

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on July 1, 2014
Jul 012014
 

Teen Craft Corner: Smash Book

Monday July 14, 2014
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
N. Syracuse, Community Room
 Teen Craft Corner: ’ Make Your Own Smash Book ”
Bring photos and other memorabilia to make your own small smash book
For grades 7-12. Registration Required.

Nate and Kate Kids Show

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on June 30, 2014
Jun 302014
 

Nate and Kate Kids Show

 

The Nate & Kate Kids Show is a mix of original and favorite children’s songs and juggling routines (choreographed to cello music!) We encourage singing along, group movement, and select a few lucky volunteers to lead song movements or participate in juggling stunts! Our show is best suited for children ages 2-8 (and their parents) and is loads of fun. We’ve performed our kids show all over the Northeast.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. If you can’t make it, please call the library at 699-2032 so someone else can attend in your place!

kidsshow.nateandkate.com

 

Intro to Zen Meditation

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on June 30, 2014
Jun 302014
 

Into to Zen Meditation

Intro to Zen Meditation


Monday July 7, 2014
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
NOPL @ Cicero, Community Rm
Intro to Zen Meditation:

 

Meditation is a proven way to reduce stress and enhance wellness. Join us for a four-week workshop as a long-time practitioner with the Zen Center of Syracuse visits the library to present an introduction to meditation.

 

Please wear loose, comfortable-fitting clothing to help accommodate meditation postures (chairs will also be available for participants).

 

Registration is required for each class. Space is limited, so sign up early. Enter your e-mail address to receive a courtesy reminder three days before the event.

 

Class Dates: (Click date to Register)

 

The format will include basic meditation sessions with an informal discussion afterwards. Participants will be given short, informative readings over the course of the workshop.

Reading Sing-Along

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on June 30, 2014
Jun 302014
 

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Jim McCarthy Celebrate Summer Reading Sing Along


Thursday July 10, 2014
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Brewerton

CELEBRATE SUMMER READING is a sing-along, clap-along concert filled with fun, lively songs that celebrate children’s books, authors, book characters and all the joys of reading!!

Sign up!

Photography Contest 2014

 Posted by pete on June 27, 2014
Jun 272014
 

10th Annual Cicero Photography Contest: NOPL @ Cicero

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Photo submissions for the 10th Annual Cicero Photography Contest are due June 14, 2014.

View photos throughout July at NOPL @ Cicero Community Room & vote on your favorites!

Voting in July: Photo Contest

During the month of July, take part in the “People’s Choice Contest” and vote for your favorites. Our judges will also be casting their vote for the 1st place and 2nd place prizes. The winners will be announced on August 1st!

People’s Choice Contest: Stop in between July 1st and July 31st and vote for your favorites. One vote per person; ballot slips are available at the NOPL @ Cicero Library.

Prizes

  • Top prize: $75 (juried)
  • 2nd prize: $50 (juried)
  • People’s Choice: $25 (votes cast by patrons during the month of July) Continue reading »
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