Highlights of Events at the Harrison Public Library

The Harrison Public Library has many exciting events planned for April including a Chair Yoga Series on Tuesday, April 5 and 19 at 11 am, Online.


Alka Kaminer has been a dedicated student of yoga for the last 15 years, during which she became a certified teacher in multiple areas. She practices several styles of energy healing and received certification in Reiki 9 years ago. She uses various types of meditation (breathe, mantra, mindfulness) that she learned starting at an early age. This program is being offered with the Mount Pleasant Public Library. Register at https://www.harrisonpl.org/events/harrison/19628


In Honor of National Library Week, the Harrison Public Library will host an  Open House and  Tour on Saturday, April 9 from 2 to 5 pm, On Site.

Connect with the Harrison Public Library for a fun afternoon in honor of National Library Week. The theme this year is “Connect with Your Library.” Stop by and learn about the library’s 3-D Printing Services, Juried Art program, Programming for Children and Adults, the Maker-in-Residence program, and more!


On Monday, April 18 at 11 am, a Zumba Gold Series will be held Online. Back by popular demand, Diane Sorg will be leading a new Zumba Gold series with the library. Zumba Gold is a gentler form of Zumba which is perfect for anyone looking for low-to-medium impact exercise.  No experience required. Register at https://harrisonpl.libcal.com/event/9000404


An Earth Day Art Workshop with Richela Morgan will be making  a Tree Sculpture on Tuesday, April 19 at 3:30 pm, on Site in the Community Room. Instructor Richela Morgan will be showing how to create a beautiful Tree Sculpture from magazines for Earth Day.  All materials will be provided. Registration is required for this on program at https://www.harrisonpl.org/events/harrison/19025.


Meet local author Leah Moore on Wednesday, April 20 at 7 pm, on Site in the Community Room and On Zoom. Leah Moore, English teacher at Harrison High School will be discussing her memoir Loving You Big. In Loving You Big, Moore recounts how she learned to balance the joys and sorrows of her life as she navigated between wig-clad dance parties and the painful loss of loved ones. This powerful and poignant memoir teaches readers to celebrate every small victory, savor every chaotic moment, and recognize the profound impact of a kind word. Register at https://www.harrisonpl.org/events/harrison/18981


For more information, contact the Harrison Public Library,2 Bruce Avenue, at (914)-835-0324.