If you assume that your local library only has books to offer, youd be sadly mistaken. The Chappaqua Library offers career services, computer lessons and foreign language courses to name a few of their programs.
The library offers events for every literary section of library, from infants and toddlers to teens to senior adults. A wide variety of childrens programming is offered, like story time, garden club, sign language classes and even a sleepover in late June.
For teens, programs like Book Buzz, where teens discuss unpublished books, or Got Game?, where kids grades 5-8 are invited to come play Wii, Playstation, Xbox or board games.
Adults are offered events like writing classes and workshops, as well as Bridge and Scrabble games. The Library also offers adults over 50 a free eight-week seminar on career and life planning as a part of the Westchester Library Systems WEBS Career and Educational Counseling Service.
The Library offers an entire section of career help publications and sports one of the largest collections of learning disability materials in the Westchester Library System. It also has a learning center which is available for skills development, special education and tutoring.
A wide range of audio and visual tools are also offered at the Chappaqua Library. CDs, audiobooks, as well as popular movies, operas, documentaries, television programs and foreign and classic films are always available for library loan.
How often to you go to the library and utilize their programs? Please comment below.
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