The Bethlehem Senior Chorus presents “Family” on Friday, Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. The program, which will be held at Bethlehem Town Hall, is open to everyone. The repertoire will explore the meaning of family, with songs about growing up, parents and siblings, raising children and more. The chorus, directed by Claudia Summers, strives to present timeless music to be enjoyed by all.
The free concert is co-sponsored by Bethlehem Senior Projects, Inc. Please note that this event does not take place at the library. Bethlehem Town Hall is located at 445 Delaware Ave., Delmar.
Warm up on a chilly December weekend with some beautiful chamber music performed by the Etude Club this Sunday, Dec. 8. The 2 p.m. concert is the second in the library’s 2019-2020 Little Sunday Music series.
The Etude Club was founded in 1925 by Louise Newkirk to provide an opportunity for female musicians to meet and perform for one another. By tradition, the club has focused on music of the recognized masters but is open to music by composers in many genres.
After a short break in January, A Little Sunday Music resumes Feb. 9 with Melanie Chirignan on flute accompanied by Michael Clement on piano. A performance by audience favorites the Musicians of Ma’alwyck rounds out the series on March 8. Concerts are free and open to the public.
Get crafty at the library Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 2 p.m. and make your own beautiful bookmarks to give away to friends and family this holiday season. Choose from among several projects, using materials such as decorative paper, ribbons, elastic and scrap fabric.
Hour of Code
Kids and teens are invited to participate in an Hour of Code at the library Thursday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m. Learn basic coding skills through online skill-building games. Bring your own laptop or use one of ours (supply is limited).
— Kristen Roberts
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