(Grades 6-12 unless otherwise stated) No registration necessary for any events!
Upcoming Events 2020
Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak concern, the Burlington Public Library will be closed until further notice. We started doing virtual programs! Check out our Calendar of Online Events to sign up for the programs listed below. All teen virtual programs require registration.
MVLC UNDEAD EDITION
The librarians that brought you Merrmimack Valley Library Con are collaborating once again to bring you seasonal programming throughout October. To view the entire line up check out our Facebook Page.
Below are the event Nicole is hosting.
Edible Haunted Houses
Monday, October 27 at 7 PM
Join us for one of our favorite Halloween traditions! Pick up your bag of supplies to create an edible haunted house out of Rice Krispie Treats, frosting and candy. Sign into zoom to learn how to create a spider-web roof, a milano tombstone, and a licorice tree.
Halloween Watch Party
Saturday, October 31 at 3 PM
Sign up to receive a bag of interactive goodies to enjoy with the movie Hocus Pocus. If you have cable, join Nicole at 3 PM on Halloween to watch the movie as it airs on Freeform. We'll zoom to watch the movie together. She will have trivia and games to entertain during the commercial breaks!
Don't have cable? You can still sign up to receive the interactive bag of goodies and enjoy it on your own time by renting or borrow the DVD from your library.
SOCIAL JUSTICE SERIES
Voter Suppression with Dave Daley - Virtual Zoom Event
Thursday, October 22 at 7 PM
Registration is required for this Zoom event. Register using this link https://tinyurl.com/y5ou3nrw
This program will be Live Streamed to Facebook.
Voter suppression did not end with Jim Crow. New barriers to the ballot box have been erected and these new barriers disproportionately affect racial minorities. Dave Daley, of FairVote and author of Unrigged, will speak about the tactics used to limit the ability of voters to exercise their right to vote.
Virtual Author Visit with Jennifer De Leon
Monday, November 9 at 7 PM
Join the Burlington Public Library in conversation with Young Adult author Jennifer De Leon. Jennifer De Leon is the author of Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From (Atheneum/Simon & Schuster, 2020) and the editor of Wise Latinas (University of Nebraska Press). An Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Framingham State University, and a GrubStreet instructor and board member, she has published prose in over a dozen literary journals, including Ploughshares, Iowa Review, and Michigan Quarterly Review. Her essay collection, White Space: Essays on Culture, Race, & Writing, won the Juniper Prize and will be published by UMass Press in Spring 2021. She lives outside of Boston with her husband and two sons.
Questions? Contact Nicole Monk, Young Adult Librarain
@ 781-270-1692 or email@example.com