Lauderhill Central Park Library, located at 3810 NW 11 Place, Lauderhill, FL
33311, will celebrate its grand opening at 10AM on December 16, 2016 with a
free, public event.
The celebration will include remarks from Broward County Commissioner Dale V. C.
Holness and City of Lauderhill Mayor Richard J. Kaplan, an official
ribbon-cutting ceremony and light refreshments. Representatives from Broward
County Cultural Division will dedicate the new library's mural, Glory and Defeat
by artist Ruben Ubiera.
Additionally, there will be a musical performance by the World Music Ensemble
from Parkway Middle School, a presentation by the Lauderhill 6-12 National
Middle School Cadet Corp. and an "Introduction to Virtual and Augmented Reality"
event with the Creation Station from 2 to 3:30PM.
A free book will be given to the first 50 children who visit the library that
day and a free 30-minute Sky Zone Pass will be offered (while supplies last) to
children who either read a book for 30 minutes in the library's Youth Services
section or check out a book. From 4 to 5PM, children ages seven and up are
invited to a free one-hour, hip-hop dance workshop by Raquel Lewis of 5-6-7-8-
Use your Broward County Library card to get free,
streaming Hindi language
movies from Hoopla. Choose from classic films, comedies, dramas, Bollywood
extravaganzas and more.
Bollywood by the Book
Celebrate the Bollywood culture of India with these fiction and non-fiction
Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863, and the March on
Washington, 1963 is a traveling exhibition now on display at the
African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC).
This exhibit examines the events leading up to the Emancipation Proclamation in
1863, and the March on Washington in 1963. Both of these events grew out of
decades of bold actions, resistance, organization, and vision. One hundred years
separate them, yet they are linked in a larger story of liberty and the American
Weekly showings of the following films; Please call 954-357-6227 for dates and