Thursday, September 19, 2013


for Burbank Public Library's “HOW-TO” FESTIVAL!

We are celebrating 100 years of library service in Burbank that day at the Central Library, by giving you the chance to learn a little about a lot!

All over the library there will be "how-to" stations. Here are a few things that might be of particular interest to TEENS:

Find out how to launch a career in animation! Chance Raspberry, animation artist, will tell you how to create your own projects, from making the cartoons/comics to funding their production and building a fan base! (Every half hour, between 10:30-12:00.)

Want to be a better pet parent?  Get the five basic steps from author/instructor and Pet Industry Woman of the Year Denise Fleck, at 12:30.

At 1:30, Narae Gharabagi will demonstrate how to craft beautiful paper roses from recycled books.

Also at 1:30, you can learn to master a simple card trick with renowned magician David Regal.

Have you ever wanted to start a band? Burbank keyboard player/producer Dave Goldstein will talk about how to make music for fun with your friends, starting at 1:00.

Do you know about Burbank's Sister City student exchange program? Doug Grimshaw and Dena Zelig will tell you how to travel to Japan, Korea or Botswana as an exchange student!

Would you like to know more about how to get started in calligraphy, watercolor or photography? We have how-to sessions for those too! Plus making your own jewelry, scrapbooking, how to french braid your hair...we hope YOU will join us to learn these things and more on October 5!

Here is the entire day's SCHEDULE--check it out!

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