March is Read-a-Book Month
The March is Read-a-Book Month raffle was a hit at the North Hudson Campus with 108 entry forms submitted. Prizes included movie tickets, $50 gift certificates, and bags of books, tee-shirts, and office supplies. Vice President Friedman and Director of NHC Yeurys Pujols were on hand to talk about their favorite books and how reading has shaped their lives.
Tomorrow is part two of our book binding workshop in the Main Library. You are welcome to attend even if you missed the first workshop! No experience required and all supplies will be provided.
Book Club at NHC Library
Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
This coming Tuesday, April [email protected]:30, bring your book discussion ideas, conversation, and appetite to the NHC Library’s Group Study room, N303D. Lot’s to talk about. How have dating, marriage, and relationships changed along with the technology available 24/7 at our finger tips?
We will see
if we agree
Click on the pic for a NYT’s review of the book.
Wednesday, April 19, 1pm-3pm
Wednesday, April 26, 1pm-3pm
Main Library Makerspace (L116)
In this two-part workshop we will explore Coptic book binding, a historic method of sewing together sheets of paper and two covers to make a finished book. Using traditional tools and materials, you will transform a simple drawing pad of paper into a unique, personalized hand-bound notebook
Thursday, April 20, 12pm-3pm
Main Library Makerspace & NHC Student Lounge
Create and collaborate at our very first hackathon! A hackathon is a gathering where people work together on various computer programming projects in a short period of time. Bring a device, share ideas and code with your peers, and develop working programs!
Please be advised that the Library will be closed April 14th – April 16th in observance of Good Friday/Easter Break.
The Library’s website and electronic resources will be available during this time.
The Library expects to resume normal hours Monday, April 17th.
Enjoy the holiday!