Friday, December 9th: Let It Snow!
Winter is coming... so let's make the best of it with a celebration of winter's magic: SNOW! Enjoy some brews while cutting out some intricate snowflakes, relax over some knitting needles and yarn, learn about how the Ice Age affected New York City, and enjoy music from everyone's favorite accordion player, Matt Veligdan!
The evening's schedule:
|5:45pm-9:00pm||Special library collection items on display detailing winter storms of the past|
|5:00pm-9:00pm||Sip-n-Snip: design your own unique snowflake!|
|6:00pm-9:00pm||Introductory knitting workshop from Argyle Yarn Shop|
|7:30pm-8:00pm||Can't imagine NYC beneath a glacier? Erin Chapman of the Museum of Natural History gives a talk on the Ice Age in New York City.|
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Fall 2016 Free Fridays:
Image credit: [Blizzard of 1888 postman], Dr. Levinson, Carl H. Dahlstrom collection of Blizzard of 1888 photographs, V1988.34.2; Brooklyn Historical Society.
Beer generously provided by:
Free Fridays are supported by the George Hannah Society, a committee of culturally engaged young professionals, including:
Ryan A. Donaldson