Wildlife on Wheels – October 5

Join us with our friends from the Forest Park Zoo for this interactive program that explores the wide variety of animals in the Zoo’s collection. | East Forest Park | Children

East Forest Park Branch
Wednesday, October 5 | 4:00-5:00 PM | Children

Join us with our friends from the Forest Park Zoo for this interactive program that explores the wide variety of animals in the Zoo’s collection.

Raymond Jordan Senior Center Book Club

Come join us for a fascinating book club at the Raymond Jordan Senior Center! | Adults

Raymond Jordan Senior Center
Third Thursday of the Month | 10:00-11:00 AM | Adults

Come join us for a fascinating book club at the Raymond Jordan Senior Center! Do you love to read about real life events? Are you intrigued by learning more about others’ stories and experiences – whether in the present or the past? If so, then meet us at the Raymond Jordan Senior Center for our monthly Book Club, where we delve into the heart of historical fiction, non-fiction, and even memoir.

Let’s Talk Money! Financial Literacy Series

Attend our workshops to help instill positive personal finance habits, while follow-up sessions include working with an expert one-on-one to boost your financial skills. | East Forest Park | Adults

Topic-Specific Drop-In Sessions

East Forest Park Branch
First Wednesday of the Month | 6:00-7:30 PM | Adults

  • September 7th: All About Budgets
  • October 5th: Benefits & Financial Terms
  • November 2nd: Financial Planning

We are excited to host an interactive series about personal finance! The workshops help instill positive personal finance habits, while follow-up sessions include working with an expert one-on-one to boost your financial skills. Just getting started? No problem! Our workshops are for all experience levels.

Individual Follow-Up Sessions

East Forest Park Branch
Third Wednesday of the Month: September 21, October 19, & November 16
6:00-7:30 PM | Adults

A Call to Arms: A Virtual Author Event with Haven Williams – October 8

Local author presents a discussion on how slavery, racism, and occupational power intersect. | East Forest Park | Teens & Adults

East Forest Park Branch
Saturday, October 8 | 1:00 – 2:00 PM | Ages 16+

Local author Haven Williams presents a discussion on his updated book, “A Call to Arms,” which takes a bold look at how slavery, racism, and occupational power intersect. Following the presentation, the floor will be open to discussion both about the book itself and the larger topic of police brutality and racism.

3D Design Workshop – October 15

A hands-on workshop covering the basic features of 3D modeling software! | Teens

East Forest Park Branch
Saturday, October 15 | 1:00-2:30 PM | Teens | Register

Join us for a hands-on workshop covering the basic features of 3D modeling software! You can even design your own object to be printed in the Makerspace! We’ll be using library computers during the workshop, but the software is cloud-based and you can use it from home as well. Space is limited and registration will be required.

Space is limited – Register Here!

Crafting with Delphine!

Delphine will share all of her knowledge, talents, and expertise during each monthly session. Come craft with us! | East Forest Park | Teens & Adults

East Forest Park Branch  – Community Room
Saturdays: October 22, November 19 | 12:30-2:00 PM | Ages 16+

Join us for some awesome crafts this fall with the incredible Delphine Williams! Delphine will share all of her (extensive!) knowledge, talents, and expertise during each monthly session. Come craft with us!

Actually Autistic Advocacy – October 12

Learn how to be an effective, respectful, inclusive ally to autistic people in this presentation. | East Forest Park | Older Teens and Adults

East Forest Park Branch
Wednesday, October 12th | 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm | Ages 16+

Learn how to be an effective, respectful, inclusive ally to autistic people in this presentation from Jennifer Brunton, coauthor of the #ActuallyAustistic Guide to Advocacy. This program can be attended either in-person, or on Zoom!

To join on Zoom, visit Jennifer Brunton Advocacy Presentation.

Teen Manga Squad

Do you want to meet other teens who love manga as much as you? Then we have the squad for you! | East Forest Park | Teens

East Forest Park Branch
3rd Wednesday of Each Month | 6:00-7:30 PM | Ages 10-18

Calling all manga fans! Do you want to meet other teens who love manga (Japanese comics or graphic novels) as much as you? Then we have the squad for you!

Teen Gaming Club

Come join us for an afternoon of board games and collectible card games at the East Forest Park Branch. | Teens

East Forest Park Branch
1st & 3rd Friday Each Month | 2:00-4:30 PM | Ages 12-18

It’s time to start the weekend with some games! We will have a couple of board games available, but collectible card games are welcome! Can you beat a librarian at Magic the Gathering or Yu-Gi-Oh? We’re guessing, the answer is “yes!”

Makerspace Collaboratory Drop-In

There will be a variety of projects and experiments to get you and your family started exploring and creating! | East Forest Park | All Ages

East Forest Park Branch – Makerspace
Tuesdays | 2:00 – 4:30 PM | All Ages

From traditional crafts to digital tinkering, the East Forest Park Makerspace is your place to create, invent, and learn. Each week we will have a drop-in project or two based on a theme.

Want to learn more? Contact the East Forest Park Branch Library at (413) 263-6836.