Making the Musical is for teens who have dreams of being on Broadway and have an interest in musical theatre. Over the course of six weeks, students will have the chance to work with teaching artists who will direct and choreograph a "musical revue" throughout the session and have a showcase on the last day. The music chosen for this class will range among various musicals past and present. Students will learn what it is like to be under the…Find out more »
Meet with fellow poets to share, discuss, and write poetry. The Library poetry group is for adults (age 21 and up) who want to share their poetry and get feedback in a relaxed and supportive environment of peers.This group is meant to be participatory, so please bring your own poetry, or a poem or two by a favorite author. You may request feedback from the group on your own work. We meet on a semi-regular basis, one Saturday every other…Find out more »
Bring your child to the Library on this Saturday to see what the Children’s Library has to offer in books, CDs, DVDs, and other materials and programs. Then, join the clown known as Vanilla Swirl for his fun magic show. Plus, he ends his program by making balloon animals for each child in the audience! Registration required, beginning on January 19. Register at the Children’s Services Desk, or by calling the Library at 203-794-8756, Ex. 5. Limit of 30 children…Find out more »
Do you love LEGO bricks? The Children's Library's program features a themed hour which will include stories and a LEGO building session for kids in Grades 1-4. Registration required to attend, beginning 2 weeks before the session, at the Children's Services Desk, or by calling the Library at 203-794-8756, Ext. 5. Program Limit: 12 children.Find out more »
State Representatives will come to the Library to talk about some of the issues that will face the 2016 Legislative Session of the Connecticut General Assembly. The presenters have agreed that this program is for informational purposes only and not for any political agenda. Registration is required. We recommend that you register early as this has been a popular program in the past. Register online, at the Reference Desk, or by calling (203) 794-8756 x 4. REGISTER HEREFind out more »
All programs sponsored by the Bethel Public Library are open to the public, and meet accessibility requirements for the disabled. Those needing special arrangements should contact the library at least 2 weeks prior to the program to make arrangements.