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Butterworth — The Banks of Green Willow
Mahler — Blumine
Mozart — Bassoon Concerto
Ravel — Mother Goose
Babies, from newborns to 18 months, and their caregivers can learn, play and grow in this storytime designed to engage our youngest patrons with rhymes, songs, bounces, and books. Activities will incorporate early literacy practices that caregivers can bring into their babies' everyday lives.
Learn, play, and grow in this storytime designed for toddlers, ages 18 months to 3 years, and their caregivers! With books, songs, rhymes, and movement, toddlers will develop early literacy skills to help them grow and have fun.
Adults can learn the basics of yoga from a professional yoga instructor. Attendees must provide their own blanket, towel, or yoga mat and are encouraged to exercise within limits of their abilities and fitness levels.
The Library’s Wii is taking over the Storytime Room! Pop-in for a chance to play that’s day game! Games are rated (E) for Everyone so join us for some free spring-break gaming fun.
Friday, March 17, 2 – 4 p.m. – Mario (E)
Ages 6 – 12 years & their caregivers
South Garland Branch Library
4845 Broadway Blvd
Open STEAM lab for ages 6-12. / Laboratorio STEAM abierto a edades 6-12.
Bluegrass traces its roots back to the Emerald Isle, so what better way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day than with Dallas’ best bluegrass musicians – Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band – Beatlegras. Texas’ own fab four, Dave, Milo, Gerald and George, perform Live at the Plaza on Friday, March 17 with an unforgettable interpretation of The Beatles’ greatest hits. The Luck of the Irish is on your side for a fun evening of brilliant music with a modern bluegrass twist presented by Garland Cultural Arts and Jimmy Wallace Guitars.