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POISON PREVENTION PROGRAM
Did you know that most unintentional poisonings happen in the home and involve children under the age of 6?
On Thursday, April 30th at 7 pm, a representative from the NYC Board of Health will conduct a workshop for parents and caregivers of children on how to prevent such tragedies. Register in person at the Children's Reference Desk or by phone - 245-5262 ext. 247.

CHILDREN'S PROGRAM
HART TO H.E.A.R.T.
There are two spots available at 6:00 pm for any child in grades 1-3 who would like to read to a dog on Thursday, April 30. First time readers must register in person; others may register by phone (245-5262 ext.247).
A valid Hart Library card is required.

CHILDREN'S PROGRAM
UP, UP, AND AWAY WITH MAD SCIENCE
How does a jumbo jet fly? How does a hot air balloon get off the ground? Want to ride on a hovercraft? Learn all about the wonders of pressure with Mad Science. Monday, May 11th at 4:30. For children in grades 3+. THIS IS A RESCHEDULE OF THE APRIL 18TH PROGRAM. Register online, in person or by phone (245-5262
ext 247). Child/parent must have a valid Hart Library card.

READING BUDDIES ARE COMING! if you're a teen who likes children, and would like to earn community service, consider becoming a Reading Buddy this summer. Registration begins Monday, May 11 @ the Adult Reference Desk.

College-Bound Teens: The SAT is changing next year! Join a representative from Kaplan for "Changes to the SAT" and learn what to expect! Tuesday, May 12 @ 7:00 PM.
Journal Making Workshop Wednesday, May 27 at 6:00 pm.
Led by Nicolette Ribeiro. This is part of her Gold Award-Project Sunshine with a Smile and Warm Heart. Come and design your own journal and learn about the benefits of keeping a journal. You can also decorate one for Project Sunshine.

Teens looking for a summer job Check out the listings on the Cool Links section of TeenSpace: http://www.yorktownlibrary.org/teen-links.htm

Looking for Community Service Hours?
Sign up at the Adult Reference desk and the Friends of the Library will contact you.
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