Auditorium - Meeting Room, HP Library

Book Discussion with Judy Levin

Judy Levin moderates a discussion of HOMEGOING by Yaa Gyasi. In her debut novel, Gyasi presents a sweeping family saga that covers 200 years and examines the slave trade among Africans beginning with two half-sisters born in eighteenth century Ghana, one sold into slavery in America, the other married to an Englishman and remaining in Ghana.

Minecraft Club

Come play on our Minecraft server for group Minecraft games and activities. Interact with fellow players while building new worlds and trying to survive your first night out. Creepers, Golems and Spiders oh my . . . ?

Fall First Steps

For walking toddlers to 2 1/2 year olds with parent or caregiver.
Enjoy an interactive storytime with picture books, songs, fingerplays, puppets, and parachute play. Nurture your toddler's love of books and encourage him or her to learn numbers, colors, sounds, and new words. Each class will end with 1/2 hour of play and time to meet other parents, caregivers, and toddlers.

Grateful Dead

The Grateful Dead played an innovative mix of American folk songs, original compositions, and free-form improvisations between 1965-1995. Yet more than fifty years after the band’s founding, its legacy is surprisingly alive. The band that grew up and out of the revolutions of the tumultuous 1960s found a way to mix everything from roots music to free jazz to rock into an "endless tour" that provided a cultural soundtrack for not only the 1960s, but also the paranoia of the Watergate years, the Reagan-soaked 1980s, and on to the jam-band present.