Puppet Show

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on March 26, 2015
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Puppet Show: The Littlest Pirate


Wednesday April 1, 2015
2:00 PM to 2:45 PM
NOPL at Brewerton

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Puppet Show:  The Littlest Pirate, performed by Melanie Zimmer from Dancing Bear Puppet Theater.
In the ridiculous tale of ‘The Littlest Pirate”, life takes an unexpected turn for young Hubert as he plays pirate.Hubert is kidnapped by that dastardly villain of the sea — the evil pirate Eddie Snickerbucket.Hubert finds himself captive aboard the pirate ship as his distressed mother begins a journey in a row boat in search of her son.

Hubert’s mother encounters a talking star, a singing frog, and silly sea monsters.

Hubert saves the day by unwittingly tricking the old pirate, and sails away on the back of a duck with the pirate treasure map as Slippery, the giant sea monster, finishes off the pirate ship.

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Tween Time

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on March 26, 2015
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Adult Watercolor Class

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on March 25, 2015
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Spring Gentle Yoga

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on March 25, 2015
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This Spring, NOPL at North Syracuse is giving patrons a chance to center and balance their body and mind. Linda Haverlock, a certified yoga instructor at the Yoga with Linda Studio in Cicero, will be at the NOPL at North Syracuse Library for five consecutive Saturdays starting April 11th  from 11am to noon. The program is called Gentle Yoga.

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The Gentle Yoga sessions at the library are as accessible as possible: there’s no cost, no walls or mirrors, no prerequisite fitness level or performance expectations. Everyone belongs, especially beginners. The goal of gentle yoga is to ease into stretches using breathing exercises. “This type of yoga is good for everyone to help release tension and stress in our muscles and other areas of our bodies,” Linda says.

Over the past 20 years in the US, this activity has moved from way out on the fringe into the mainstream. Linda started ten years ago after attending a yoga class taught by a friend. “After one class, I was hooked and began my journey.” Yoga can seem daunting to start, due to the images of hyper-flexible people in difficult poses as seen in health magazines and on fitness television. “Many people think that you need flexibility in order to participate in yoga practice,” Linda says. “Gaining flexibility is what happens naturally when you come to yoga class.”

According to Linda, “Yoga opens up a whole new world as we learn to integrate breath with movement or sitting quietly in meditation, combining mind, body and soul.” The facts are on her side, as yoga has been shown to help reduce anxiety, stress, and tension, and can contribute to lowering blood pressure.

Family Fun Night-Legos

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on March 25, 2015
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April Movie Showings

 Posted by Amanda Roberts on March 25, 2015
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Family Movie Matinee- ‘Big Hero 6′


Tuesday April 7, 2015
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
NOPL at Cicero, Community Rm

We will be showing the Oscar winner for Best Animated Feature Film, ‘Big Hero 6′.  Join us for the movie, popcorn and fun! Rated PG.

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Family Movie-‘Annie’


Thursday April 9, 2015
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
NOPL at N. Syracuse, Community Room

Come in and relax! Sing along with this fun Annie remake starring Quvenzhane Wallis and Jamie Foxx. We will serve free popcorn and a beverage.
Movie Rated PG

 

Travel Film Series- ‘Virtual Vacation’


Friday April 24, 2015
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
NOPL at Cicero, Community Rm
We will show travelogues featuring a different, exciting location every month.This month’s movie:  Globe Trekker- Switzerland.  Whether you are planning a trip or taking a ‘virtual vacation’, these travel movies are sure to please!

 

Cicero Cinema Lovers


Wednesday April 29, 2015
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
NOPL at Cicero, Community Rm
Enjoy watching a movie with other film fans followed by a lively, staff-led discussion.  We will talk about movie plots and characters and how cinema sends a message to viewers.  Films selected will include popular blockbusters, timeless classics, thought-provoking dramas, and more.This month’s title:  12 Angry Men