Events

The Library is here to help you learn and connect with your community through our wide array of free events, programs, classes, book clubs, and more. Please check listings to confirm if a program is in-person, online, or outdoors.

If you have any questions about the events listed below, please contact the branch for more information. See here for service updates at the Library.

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16 events found.

Date/TimeTitle/DescriptionLocationAudience
Mon, April 15
@ 3 PM
This event takes place in-person in 67th St's Teen Room. Looking to get in touch with your most creative self or try a new art technique? Want to learn how sew a button or raise a hem? Come hang with us! Each week we supply tons of art and sewing supplies, and new craft ideas to try. From jewlery making, to painting, to paper-mache, the possibilities are endless!
67th Street Library, Computer ClassroomTeens/Young Adults (13-18 years)
Mon, April 15
@ 5:30 PM
Banned Books
Join NYPL and New York Writers Workshop for a special writing workshop series, Unbound: Writing in a Contentious Landscape. Celebrate books for all and explore writing prowess with multi-genre writing courses featured around freedom of self-expression and ideas of censorship. Easeful Writing: Decolonizing Our Habits and Practices with Neva Talladen Through a series of short exercises, writers will learn how to identify oppressive thinking and expectations that hold them back from a consisten…
67th Street LibraryAdults
Tue, April 16
@ 11:15 AM
Early Literacy
Join us to hear stories, sing songs, and get those wiggles out as you help your active toddler build important early learning skills. Discover ways to promote early literacy at home and meet other caregivers in the neighborhood. Best for new walkers, toddlers/or children at this developmental stage, and their caregivers. Space is limited to 15 households. Advanced registration is required. PLEASE REGISTER UNDER THE CHILD'S/CHILDREN'S NAME. **To register: Please click here and choose the cor…
67th Street Library, Community RoomChildren,

Toddlers (18-36 months),

Parents/Caregivers
Tue, April 16
@ 11:45 AM
Early Literacy
Join us to hear stories, sing songs, and get those wiggles out as you help your active toddler build important early learning skills. Discover ways to promote early literacy at home and meet other caregivers in the neighborhood. Best for new walkers, toddlers/or children at this developmental stage, and their caregivers. Space is limited to 15 households. Advanced registration is required. PLEASE REGISTER UNDER THE CHILD'S/CHILDREN'S NAME. **To register: Please click here and choose the…
67th Street Library, Community RoomChildren,

Toddlers (18-36 months),

Parents/Caregivers
Tue, April 16
@ 3 PM
This event takes place in person at the 67th St library. The week has only just begun but already feeling like it's time to take a breather? Us too... Come join us as we gather each Tuesday around some freshly brewed tea and tasty snacks to chat and relax. We have a variety of loose leaf teas and can't wait to share our love of this cozy tradition with you!
67th Street Library, Computer ClassroomTeens/Young Adults (13-18 years)
Tue, April 16
@ 4 PM
Early Literacy
Join us for stories, songs, fingerplays, and fun, as we help your child get ready to read. Followed by a craft to help your child develop school readiness skills. For preschool-aged children, or those for whom a preschool-aged program is developmentally appropriate. Space is limited to 20 households. Advanced registration is required. PLEASE REGISTER UNDER THE CHILD'S/CHILDREN'S NAME. **To register: Please click here and choose the corresponding program you wish to attend. Please not…
67th Street Library, Community RoomChildren,

Pre-schoolers (3-5 years),

Parents/Caregivers
Wed, April 17
@ 2 PM
Early Literacy
Join us for a special time to bond with your little one and meet other caregivers. We will explore the joys of movement, books, and songs, in addition to building early learning skills you can practice at home. Come prepared to sit with your child on your lap. Best for childrens who are pre-walkers or crawlers. Space is limited to 20 households. Advanced registration is required. PLEASE REGISTER UNDER THE CHILD'S/CHILDREN'S NAME. **To register: Please click here and choose the correspo…
67th Street Library, Community RoomChildren,

Infant (0-18 months),

Parents/Caregivers
Wed, April 17
@ 3 PM
College & Career Pathways (CCP)
Have questions about the college application process? Confused by the new FAFSA? Want to start a new career or get a new job? Join our drop-in 1-on-1 College/Career counseling sessions to talk with our College and Career Pathways experts about: College Applications College Essays Job Seeking Resume and Cover Letter Assistance FAFSA and TAP Applications And more! 1-on-1 Counseling sessions generally last 30 minutes at a time, with extended assistance upon request.
67th Street Library, Computer ClassroomTeens/Young Adults (13-18 years)
Wed, April 17
@ 3 PM
This event is held in person at 67th Street Library for teens only. Looking for place to write, gain feedback, and connect with other writers? Want a bit of extra help with a tough homework assignment? Come to 67th Street's Teen Room, where we'll focus on homework and writing assignments, such as editing essays or polishing up the newest chapter of your fic.
67th Street Library, Computer ClassroomTeens/Young Adults (13-18 years)
Wed, April 17
@ 5 PM
This event will take place in person at the 67th St. Library. Join us for a lively discussion of books! It's a great way to share titles with like-minded book-lovers. Our librarians have some to share, but please feel free to recommend a title or two yourself! Requirements to share a title with the group: Writer must have material in the catalog at www.nypl.org Material can be magazine, book.....really anything as long as the author has something in the NYPL catalog You may disagree…
67th Street LibraryAdults
Thu, April 18
@ 2 PM
This online jazz disc discussion will focus on Joe Henderson's 1963 album, Page One. We are offering a monthly music club via Google Hangouts/Meetup selecting and focusing on a jazz album with a distinct impact. To create an intimate setting for discussion (Like a Book Club for music!) we're limiting the number of people for each session. This is your chance to deepen your knowledge of these essential albums, and to share your reactions with other music fans. Once you RSVP, we provide the lin…
onlineAdults
Thu, April 18
@ 3:15 PM
College & Career Pathways (CCP)
This event will take place in person at 67th Street Branch Library. Are you interested in working in the entertainment or theater industry? Join us to learn more about what jobs are available both in front of the spotlight and behind the scenes. Professionals in the entertainment and theater industry will talk about their first hand experience training, performing, producing and preparing for film and theater productions with a Q&A session to follow.
67th Street Library, Computer ClassroomTeens/Young Adults (13-18 years),

Young Adults/Pre GED (16-24 years)
Thu, April 18
@ 4 PM
STEAM for Kids
Join us for an afternoon of STEM exploration. We will discuss science, technology, engineering, and math concepts, then conduct experiments or projects relating to the week's topic. Come prepared to assist your child with each activity. For children 4-8 years with their caregiver. Space is limited to 20 households. Advanced registration is required. PLEASE REGISTER UNDER THE CHILD'S/CHILDREN'S NAME. **To register: Please click here and choose the corresponding program you wish to attend.…
67th Street Library, Community RoomChildren,

School Age (5-12 years)
Wed, April 24
@ 4 PM
College & Career Pathways (CCP)
This is an Opportunity Network Program. This event will take place online, registration required. Learn the valuable skill of networking. We will review concepts to improve your networking skills, email etiquette and how to write an elevator pitch to impress!
OnlineTeens/Young Adults (13-18 years)
Wed, May 22
@ 5 PM
The Guest- Emma Cline will be the book we discuss on May 22 @ 5pm Get the neighborhood read. Join our lively discussion! We've got the books, now we need you to talk! This is an in person event. Hope to see you there! Polite discourse only!
67th Street LibraryAdults
Thu, May 30
@ 5 PM
Please join us for an engaging group conversation on American Sirens: The Incredible Story of the Black Men Who Became America’s First Paramedics by Kevin Hazzard. This is a book club, not a lecture. The author will not be present. Reading all or most of the book is encouraged to facilitate discussion. Those unfamiliar with the book, but interested in the book's topic, are also welcome to attend. The Health & Medical Book Club is a collaboration between Weill Cornell Medicine's Myra Mahon…
The Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center, 2nd floor, 1305 York Avenue/70th street, 2nd floorAdults