Internet & Electronic Resources
Catalog
Reference, Collections, Services
Community Libraries
For Children
Servicios En Espanol
Public Technology Center
Programs and Exhibits
News
About the Library
Greater Newark Community
March programs
Press Release 3/3/99

 

The Newark Public Library announced its schedule of March programs, including special Saturday programs at the branches for children. Following is the schedule of March programs.

March 6
Main library; Family Week at the Theater program: The African Globe TheatreWorks presents the Sankofa Dance Theatre, a contemporary and traditional African-American dance and music company featuring the Junior Dance Group and mini-workshops for children; Centennial Hall; 11am and 2pm. Funding for this program was provided by the New Jersey Theatre Group and AT&T. Weequahic branch; Mrs. Viola H. Sanders presents "Keeping Black Culture Alive" through an exhibition and entertaining stories; 11am. Springfield branch; Patrick Ssenjovu presents "Drum Talk," a program of acting, dancing and story telling in the African tradition; 11am. Roseville branch; Philip Jennings presents "Magic with a Soulful Touch"; 11am.

March 13
Main Library; Sensational Poets Series; Centennial Hall; 11am. Clinton branch; Patrick Ssenjovu presents "Drum Talk," a program of acting, dancing and story telling in the African tradition; 11am. North End branch; Philip Jennings presents "Magic with a Soulful Touch"; 11am.

March 20
Main Library; Hooray for Children series presents The Happy Times Children's Theatre in "Wonderland Adventures"-travel with Alice In Wonderland as she meets an unusual cast of characters; Auditorium; 2pm. First Avenue branch; Patrick Ssenjovu presents "Drum Talk," a program of acting, dancing and story telling in the African tradition; 11am.

March 27
Branch Brook branch; Philip Jennings presents "Magic with a Soulful Touch"; 11am. Vailsburg branch; Mrs. Viola H. Sanders presents "Keeping Black Culture Alive" through an exhibition and entertaining stories; 11am.

For more information about the exhibitions and programs at the main library, access the library's home page at www.npl.org, or call the library's HOTLINE at (973) 733-5643. For more information about the programs, services and collections at the branch libraries, stop by or call the number listed for the respective branch: Branch Brook, 235 Clifton Ave., 733-6388; Clinton, 739 Bergen St., 733-7754; First Avenue, 282 First Ave., 733-8091; Madison, 791 Clinton Ave., 733-8090; North End, 722 Summer Ave., 733-7766; Roseville, 99 Fifth St., 733-7770; Springfield, 50 Hayes St., 733-7736; Vailsburg, 75 Alexander St., 733-7749; Van Buren, 140 Van Buren St., 733-3897; Weequahic, .355 Osborne Terrace, 733-7751. For more information about programs

 

Internet & Electronic Resources | Catalog | Collections & Services | Community Libraries | For Children | Servicios en Español | Public Technology Center | Programs and Exhibits | News | About the Library | Greater Newark Community

http://www.npl.org/Pages/Events/PressReleases/march99.html

©1999 The Newark Public Library
5 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07101
(973)733-7784

webmaster@npl.org