Make a Zoetrope in the YA room!
How are moving images made? Learn about the phenomenon known as “Persistance of Vision” through this fun and quick project making an early motion picture toy called a Zoetrope!
Ask a librarian for supplies.
Wednesday, April 5th at 6:00 p.m
The Belfast Free Library invites community members to a free screening of the documentary film Finding Kind on Wednesday, April 5th at 6:00 p.m. The film will be followed by a discussion based on the filmmakers’ Kind Campaign, an anti-bullying movement for girls that has impacted millions of individuals across the globe.
Finding Kind is a documentary that addresses bullying and “meanness” in the world of girls. Filmmakers Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson set out on a 10,000 mile long cross-country journey of discovery and education, interviewing hundreds of females across America about girl-against-girl bullying. Paul and Thompson find, among personal accounts, universal truths about the pressures of being a girl and how those pressures can take a toll on our relationships with other women.
With moments that run from universally funny to shockingly raw and personal, Finding Kind asks viewers to take a stand against bullying, and for kindness. The film is recommended for educators, parents and students grade 5+. Parental discretion is advised as the film touches on difficult themes, though tempered by an overall positive message.
For information about this screening call 207-338-3884, ext. 24
For more information about the film: http://findingkind.indieflix.com/
YA Poetry at BFL
Our YA Patron’s spontaneous poetry.