September – London

October – Motown

November – Bahamas

August 2017 Programs

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Mondays in August Adult Literacy Classes, 5-7:30PM, 954-357-6157 for information.


Thursday, August 3
An introduction to building your 3-d project, 11AM-1PM For more information, contact Darcia Scates @ 954-357-6170.


Saturday, August 5
Town Hall Meeting, 3–6PM with Congressman Alcee Hastings


Saturday, August 19
Jewelry Making, 10:30AM–12:30PM Learn to make jewelry for fun or to start your own business. The fee is $ ?? and include supplies.


Saturday, August 26

Writer’s workshop, 10:30AM–1:00 PM   Free writer’s workshop. Bring samples of your work. Discuss character descriptions and other elements of a good story.


Saturday, August 26
Zumba workshop, 10:30–11:30 AM fitness class. Have fun while burning calories.


Saturday, August 26

Business Seminar, Noon–2PM, Small Businesses Workshop, Co-sponsored by Friends of AARLCC.




Computer Classes


Pre-register for free computer classes at 954-357-6236. Due to limited seating, registration begins 6 days prior to each scheduled class.

Saturday, August 05, 2017 Microsoft Word I, 10:30 AM – Noon

Saturday, August 12, 2017 Microsoft Excel I, 10:30 AM – Noon

Saturday, August 19, 2017 Microsoft Excel II, 10:30 AM – Noon

Saturday, August 26, 2017 CPU. Literacy I, 10:30 AM-Noon

For additional information and for FREE classes being offered at other library locations please call 954-357- 6236 or inquire at the Computer or Reference Information Desk.


























Youth Services

Call Youth Services Dept. (YS) at 954-357-6209 if you have any questions about the following programs and to pre-register if needed. Additional details provided on August YS Flyer.

Tuesday, August 1

"Preschool Storytime" 10:30AM, Parents and caregivers are invited to bring children aged 3-5 to this story time. Groups with 10 or more children, please pre-register.

Tuesday, August 1

"Tech Tuesdays" 3–4PM Learn various forms of technology, ages 8 and up, call for more info.

Wednesday, August 2

"Hour of Code" 1– 2PM Use blocks of code to take Elsa, Steve, and or Moana through an adventure with various coding languages. Please call Youth Services Dept.

Wednesday, August 2

"Wellness Wednesdays" 4-5PM Ages 8 and up. Learn about eating right, keeping physically fit and taking care of your emotional well-being. Ages 8 and up. 4-5PM Call to pre-register.

Thursday, August 3

"Sew Crafty" 1-2PM Make beautiful and useful fabric crafts with a needle and thread or a sewing machine. Ages 6 -10. Class limit is 10 students. Call for more info and to pre-register.

Friday, August 4

"Friday Family Fun Day" 1-3PM all ages. Enjoy classic board, card games and the console gaming systems.

Thursday, August 10

A Friendship Adventure with Ronald McDonald, 2–3PM He takes his audience on this adventure through music, magic, games and improvisation. For all ages, call to pre-register.

Saturday, August 19

"Pre Solar Eclipse Celebration: Make an Edible Model of the Sun," 1-2PM In celebration of the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, come learn about the dynamic star we know as the Sun and make an edible model to take home. Space is limited, pre-Registration is required.

Monday, August 21

"Turn On the Night!-Solar Eclipse Party,"1- 4PM For the first time in 40 years, a small portion of the United States will be able to see a total solar eclipse. Join us outside as we witness a partial eclipse.




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