An overview of the photojournalistic process used to create the Orange County Roots project and photographs that depict the people, trades and crafts that have existed in Orange County over the last century and still exist today. This endeavor preserves in images the culture, work ethic and the people that still labor in a manner as they have for many generations.
The workshop explores the project, its intent, the photojournalistic approach, the subjects and the photographer. The photographs and book that are part of this project will also be shown.
Stressed out about Regents finals? Come to the Library! We will have teachers on hand for review on Regents subjects, and snacks and drinks to ease your long evening of studying. Doors will be locked promptly at 8:00pm, so please arrive a little early!
Our Science Fiction and Fantasy book discussion group will take on The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins. Join us to discuss the book that Booklist describes as "a superb tale of physical adventure, political suspense and romance." Pick up a copy at the Circulation Desk. Copies are limited; register early!
Reading specialist Jill Mante will provide helpful tips and strategies to prepare for the SAT. This session focuses on pro-active steps students can take; it does not cover SAT content. Ideal for 10th-12th graders who have not already taken an SAT test-prep course.