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August 27, 2008

Baby Signs® Program September 6

babysignlanguage.JPGThe Baby Signs Program is the world's leading sign language program for hearing babies. This presentation will explain the Baby Signs® research-based program developed by Dr. Linda Acredolo and Dr. Susan Goodwyn. The presenter, Dr. Michelle Friedman will not only teach 3 baby signs, but will also inform parents of the benefits of baby signing.

Saturday, September 6
10:30 A.M.
Southwest Branch
407.835.7323
southwest@ocls.info

August 7, 2008

Southwest Book Club Meets August 26

the descendants.jpgThe Southwest Book Club will meet on Tuesday, August 26, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. at the Southwest Library to discuss the book, The Descendants by Kauri Hart Hemmings

Narrated in a bold, fearless, hilarious voice and set against the lush, panoramic backdrop of Hawaii, The Descendants is a stunning debut novel about an unconventional family forced to come together through a time of betrayal and loss and re-create its own legacy.

The book may be reserved for home delivery or location pick-up at http://www.ocls.info

Anyone age 18 or older is welcome to attend. The book club meets monthly at the Southwest Branch Library. For more information, please call 407.835.7323 or email southwest@ocls.info

If you are unable to attend the meeting or you would like to join our discussion, you can share your thoughts or comments about the book here. Simply click "Comments" located at the bottom of this post. Join the discussion!

August 6, 2008

Orlando Oriental Brush Painting Society Exhibit July - September

The Orlando Oriental Brush Painting Society is exhibiting their artwork and tools of the trade at Southwest Library this July through September.

The Society is a group of artists continuing their education in the ancient techniques of Chinese Brush Painting. Chinese Brush Painting is the oldest art form in the world. The artist's tools include an ink stone, ink stick, bamboo brush, and rice paper. The use of lines and strokes are the elements that give Chinese painting its unique quality. It requires discipline and trust in the process to master.

The Orlando Oriental Brush Painting Society had been featured on PBS's Arts Connection on Channel WMFE and in the July 2007 issue of the Central Florida Lifestyle magazine.

For more information, please call 407.835.7323 or email southwest@ocls.info

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