Upcoming Programs

 
Seating is limited, and available on a first come, first served basis.
 
Check in the library or on the online calendar at www.buckslib.org 
for a complete listing of programs at the Yardley-Makefield Branch and other libraries in the BCFL system.
 

 

THURSDAY PROGRAM

 

FREE program

Seating limited

​available on a first come first serve basis

 

CHAIR YOGA

 

PRESENTED BY Maria Campbell 

THURSDAYS at 10 am

 

Any one, at any level of physical ability,

can practice Kundalini yoga, on a chair or on a mat.

All ages, levels of experience, flexibilities and health

categories are welcomed to chair yoga classes.

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SATURDAY PROGRAMS

 

FREE PROGRAMS

LIMITED SEATING

SEATING ON A FIRST COME,

FIRST SERVE BASIS

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February 17 @ 2 pm

 

Impressionism:

The First Organized Artistic Movement

 

Presenter:  Steven Pollack

The effect of Impressionism in music and poetry still reverberates in much of today’s music and literature.  We will look at the art, music and literature of this organized movement and see how closely these artists knew each other. This multimedia presentation includes live and recorded samples plus examples of art with analysis.  Steve Pollack is a director, performer and lecturer whose career has spanned music and theater types ranging from opera and musical theater to jazz, pop, rock & roll and drama.

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March 3 @ 2 pm

Everyone’s a Movie Critic

Presenter:  Bill Wine

In today’s media landscape, the film critic is ubiquitous.  KYW newsradio’s film critic Bill Wine will lead a discussion of the movie critic’s form and function—as well as the pitfalls, perks, the rigors and rewards of seeing virtually every new movie, then reporting one’s responses and perceptions. After a fascinating presentation, there will be Trivia game to test your movie knowledge.  Be sure to join us for this fun program.

 

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March 17 @ 2 pm

 

Around the World in 22 Songs!

 

Presenter:  Marc Sherman 

In this program, Marc Sherman, a bandleader, pianist and vocalist, through song, commentary and singing in various languages, will explore the rich diversity of music in cultures and countries around the world.  Marc will begin his program in America, travel to the Caribbean, Central and South America, then across the ocean to Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and finally back to the U.S.A.

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FREE PROGRAMS

SEATING ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS

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