- New Database
- BAMM Concerts
- Film Movement
- Managing Stress
- Autism Documentary
- Garden Plants
- Book Buddies
- Defensive Driving Class
Database of the Month
Announcing: LearningExpress Library
Find links on the database page
under College & Career Prep Tools, on the Teens
page under College & Career, or on the E-Library
page under Continuing Education.
2013 BAMM Concert Series
@ the Mahopac Public Library
(BAMM = books, art, music in Mahopac)
For a printable brochure of the complete BAMM Concert Series click here.
Sunday, May 19 @ 2 pm
Original Piano Compositions with a Jazz, Blues or Rock n’ Roll Twist
Wednesday, July 10 @ 2 pm
Singer-songwriter and Folk Music
Additional concerts are scheduled in July, September and October.
Free admission; registration is required.Instead of admission, concert attendees are invited to bring one non-perishable food item to donate to a local food pantry.
Film Movement @ MPL presents
the Israeli film
directed by Maya Kenig
Tuesday, May 21 @ 6:30 pm
A father-daughter relationship is examined against the backdrop of the second Lebanon War.
Sponsored by the Friends of MPL.
Registration is required.
Managing Stress Workshop
Wednesday, May 22 @ 9:45 am. Registration requested.
Experience new, healthy ways to manage your stress. Light refreshments will be provided.
Carole Baral, MS Edu, Certified Yoga Teacher/Vegan Cooking Instructor:
Discover a variety of gentle yogic methods to create a relaxation response. Guided visualizations and simple breathing routines will be used to lead the participants into states of restful peace.
Barbara McKechnie, Certified Yoga Instructor:
Come and explore the benefits of yoga for your mind, body and spirit.
Jim McGuire, M.A., Theatre/Storyteller:
Experience the stress-relief benefits of dramatic acting exercises, and improve your communication skills. If the body is relaxed, the mind will follow.
MPL presents an Autism Documentary Film Screening
Thursday, May 30 @ 6:30 pm
Heartchild is a film about twenty-nine year old Crys Worley, who is the mother of a nine year old autistic child, Sasha. It is a remarkable story about a mother's struggles, not only with her own health, but the well being of her son. Worley was inspired to create A.skate Foundation, a non-profit organization that allows autistic children to skate through acceptance, therapy, and education.
This film documents her extraordinary journey.
Multiply Your Garden with Plant Division
(No math involved!)
Thursday, May 23rd, at 7:00 pm
in the Community Room.
Plant propagation, stem & leaf cutting, division of perennials, bulb scaling, and more will be discussed.
Bring in plants to propagate, such as begonia & spider plants; take home a stem or cutting to experiment with.
Sponsored by the Friends of Mahopac Public Library.
Older Book Buddies - for kids entering grades 6 - 12
Training & Registration - choose June 4 @ 7 pm or June 12 @ 5 pm
Parents must sign application form and students must participate in the training in order to enroll in the Book Buddies Program.
Enrollment will take place at this training.
(Community Service Credit given)
Six-Hour Defensive Driving Class
Thursday, June 6 & 13 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm
(you must attend both sessions)
Fee: $45 per person; $35 per senior 65 +
Cash, or checks payabe to Jack Coxen.
Register with payment at the Information Desk.