Chesstastic @ Traverwood May 16

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We'll be playing Chess this Sunday, May 16 at the Traverwood branch, from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Chess boards will be provided. Check out tips and tricks from library resources ahead of time, Chess in Action or World Champion Openings. All ages and levels are welcome for Chesstastic.

DANCING BABIES coming to Traverwood

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Calling All Knitters With Knit A Round

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Knitters of all levels are welcome to an afternoon with the experts from Knit A Round Yarn Shop. We'll have new patterns and projects to choose from. Yarn will be supplied. Bring your own needles, (standard size 8 or 10 are good), if you have them. Check out some inspiring ideas from Big Book of Socks or Hattitude, knits for every mood. Hope to see you at Traverwood this Saturday, April 17th, from 2-3:30pm, for Grades 6-Adult.

Chesstastic - April 11th @ Traverwood

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Whether you're Searching for Bobby Fischer or quoting Bobby Fischer, "That's what Chess is all about. One day you give your opponent a lesson, the next day he gives you one," Fischer fans are everywhere.

All ages and all levels will be playing chess from 1:00 - 4:00pm at Traverwood on Sunday, April 11th at Chesstastic. Hope to see you there.

Signing Smart--Sign Language for Infants and Toddlers

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Learn how and when to sign with your baby or toddler to improve communication! Join us at the Traverwood Branch on Saturday, March 27, 2010 from 11-11:45am as Kathy Brady of Signing Smart guides you and your young one through games, songs, and other activities that make learning signs fun and easy.

Sports Injury Prevention!

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Robert Williams, MD, a Chelsea Orthopedic Specialist, will talk bones, stretching, stance, along with training tips to keep you playing this spring, whether you're running track, playing baseball or softball, or training ahead for a fall sport. He will discuss the various types of sports injuries, and will share things you can do to keep from getting sidelined.

Check out library materials Running Anatomy which gives you tips for improving your performance through strengthening exercises, thus reducing injuries or Sports Injuries Guidebook. Be sure to come with questions on March 22, at the Traverwood branch from 7:00 to 8:30pm. Grade 6-Adult.

Chesstastic

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Stop by the Traverwood branch this Sunday, March 14, 1:00-4:00 pm for some rousing games of Chess. Game boards and snacks will be provided. All levels and all ages are welcome. From World Champion Openings to The Middle Game in Chess and on to Basic Chess Endings check our our collections for supporting your game at any level. See you Sunday.

Chesstastic - February 21st at Traverwood

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Chess sets will be provided for open play this Sunday, from 1:00 - 4:00 pm at the Traverwood Branch. Bring a friend or meet up with other players of all abilities.

Newly added to the library's collection is Chess Life for Kids! a monthly magazine with strategies and fun facts galore. Go to www.uschess.org and click on "New to Chess" if you need to brush up or review your skills. All ages welcome!

U.S. Citizenship: An Overview

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Are you interested in becoming a U.S. Citizen or want to learn about the process? Join us this Thursday, February 18 at 7:00 pm at our Traverwood Branch to hear Tracy Schauff, Esq. from the International Center at the University of Michigan. She will highlight the steps it takes to become a U.S. citizen, as well as what the International Center at U of M does.

Angeleno Days Author coming to A2

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Join us Thursday January 21st at 7:00 pm at our Traverwood Branch as we welcome Gregory Orfalea to discuss his most recent book, Angeleno Days. Mr Orfalea will share his series of essays originally published in the Los Angeles Times Magazine. These deeply moving pieces are gathered in his book for the first time. Mr. Orfalea will discuss his experiences writing about Arab American society and concerns. His book will be on sale and will include a book signing.

Thursday, January 21 | 7:00 pm | Traverwood Branch

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