Asian Pacific Heritage

Tween Time: Origami Fortunes

At Tween Time this Wednesday, May 31 at 4:30pm we'll be celebrating Asian Pacific Heritage Month by making our own Paper Fortune Cookies! Join the fun and try your hand at a variety of colorful origami animals as well... Tween Time is a monthly program, on the last Wednesday of the month, for ages 9-12 years where socialization is encouraged in a casual setting through crafts, science, art activities and occasional movies. This summer we'll have guest and Maker programming for Tweens too. View the calendar at: https://host4.evanced.info/harris/evanced/eventcalendar.asp

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Miyazaki Inspired Display

MiyazakiMay is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. To celebrate, North Channel has a front lobby display of Miyazaki inspired art. Hayao Miyazaki is a Japanese film director, animator, and manga artist. A popular title of Miyazaki is My Neighbor Totoro which tells the adventure of two girls and their interaction with forest spirits.

Play to Win

Three lucky people who compete in Parker Williams Library's Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Trivia Contest will win Barnes & Noble gift cards. Contest forms must be completed and returned by May 15. Forms are available at the library. Contestants can be any age.

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