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Built in Broward: Creating Infographics/Data Visualizations


March 25, 6-8PM, Register
man drawing infographics in airLearn how to turn raw data into a clear visual story through infographics and data visualization. Discuss the key principles for planning an effective visual and learn repeatable and practical design techniques for enhancing the story in this free, online workshop.

Friday Movie Matinee Discussion


couple watching tvMarch 26, 3-4PM, Register
Wind down your week with a free, lively, virtual discussion of the film Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché an exploration of the French pioneer film maker’s life. The discussion is led by Broward College film history and film appreciation professor Tas Salini. Use your Broward County Library card to stream the film for free from Kanopy.

Aspiring Authors & Writers: “Tell Your Story” Free, Online Literary Expo This Weekend


person writing at tableMarch 27,  10AM-5PM, Register
Tell Your Story – It’s Your Write literary expo is happening online this Saturday! This free event features hourly workshops covering topics such as writing teen fiction, creating memorable characters, beating procrastination and more. Presenters include New York Times bestselling authors Craig Pittman and Diane A.S. Stuckart and award-winning authors Jaimie Engle, Elisa Albo and Cheryl Hollon.

Dr. Aisha M. Johnson-Jones

Cultural Conversations at the Center: The History of African American Reading Rooms &  Libraries


March 31, 6-7PM, Facebook Live (visit link on event day/time)

Dr. Aisha M. Johnson-Jones discusses her recent book, The African American Struggle for Library Equality, about the little-known history of the Julius Rosenwald Library Program, which funded library science programs that trained African American librarians in the hopes of mitigating the impact of library practices that discriminated against Blacks.

Take “The Great Courses” for Free


woman wearing glasses and looking at laptopBroward County Library offers over 6,000 of The Great Courses videos, and you can access them for free via Kanopy. Explore online classes in history, science, the humanities, and more, and begin your journey of lifelong learning and personal enrichment. ☎ Call us if you need help accessing Kanopy.

The Alvin Sherman Library Wants to Know… How Are We Doing?

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We value your feedback. Help us better serve Broward County by completing this survey
 
Sunsational Storytime | Sky Color
Join Library Lady from Main Library as she reads from Sky Color by Peter H. Reynolds, as part of Broward County Library's Sunsational Storytime. Follow the adventures of Marisol as she learns how to make a sky without blue paint.

March Magazine

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Explore free events for all ages including Women's History Month, book clubs, writing series, health, business and more.

Library Buildings Open, Curbside Service Continues

illustration of package being put into car trunkLibrary branches have reopened for in-person visits. Service hours and days vary, and all locations follow precautionary measures designed to ensure the safety and health of customers and staff. More...

Library Book Drops Open for Returns. Our book drops are open 24/7 for returns. Just stop by and drop off – no contact and no hassle!
 

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