Ring in 2018 with Broward County Library events that focus on health and wellness.
Meditation and Yoga Classes
A Healthier You
For Children and Teens
Become Your Best Self with Free Online Classes
Use your library card to access
Universal Class, an online educational service that provides a diverse
offering of free, stimulating classes that will rev you up, calm you down and
help you become the best version of yourself. There’s over 500 courses available
including ones on health and wellness subjects such as
The Art of Breathing,
Pursuing Happiness and more.
Your Mind Matters
Get mentally fit with free streaming yoga and meditation videos from Broward County Library.
Save These Dates...
New Year! New You! New Job!
Broward County’s Human Resources Division Open House is scheduled for Friday,
January 12th from 11AM-4PM on the 6th Floor of
Main Library. Learn about employment/volunteer opportunities with Broward
County Agencies including Human Resources, Animal Care, Aviation, Environmental,
Libraries, Parks, Port Everglades and Transportation. Meet Broward County
benefit providers, network and get free resume critiques. The Open House is free
and open to the public. For more info, please contact Nick Cowart at
954-357-6020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broward County Library’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Events
Cute Library Customer of the Week!
Meet Jaimy Rodriguez and her parents! Jaimy and her family recently relocated
to Broward County and she got her first Broward County Library card at the New
to Broward Resource Fair! Welcome to Broward County, Jaimy! We’re looking
forward to seeing you at your favorite Broward County Library!
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Art Spot: Can you name the library branch where this public art is located?
Experience literary immersion when walking around this branch. Here’s
what you will find: an Alice in Wonderland tile wall with a quotation,
the history of letters and numbers, and a Braille translation of a
quotation. “Suspended Band” above the library information desk includes
a quotation from William Blake. “The Yellow Brick Road” 165-ft.
processional walkway between the library and middle school shows a
series of Roman alphabets, interspersed with historical alphabet images.
“Hieroglyphic Walkway” from the parking lot into the library lobby shows
100-ft. tile paver design based on hieroglyphic and alphabet images.
Come back next week for the answer!
The answer to last week's Art Spot, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow by George Gadson, is located at...
Lauderdale Lakes Library/Educational & Cultural Center.
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