The One World Library Project invites everyone to simultaneous programs at the Lawrence Memorial Library.
While adults and youth are learning about Middlingo, a Chinese language and culture program, children of all ages will join Candy Jiang for Chinese songs and crafts activities, a Chinese noodle bowl and other light snacks. Jiang, a native of Guangzhou in southern China, now lives in Bristol.
Children absorb language easily. Joanna Doria and May Poduschnick, who grew up speaking Chinese, started Middlingo to provide Chinese language camps and after-school programs in Bristol and Middlebury. Through Middlingo, 3 to 12 year olds discover the language and the culture from one of the oldest civilizations in the world.
For more information about Middlingo, check out https://www.middlingo.com
For more information on this event or about One World Library Project, contact the Lawrence Memorial Library at 453-2366 or email Marita at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library and its programs are open to all and accessible to those with disabilities.
One World Library Project is a local community non-profit that “Brings the World to our Community” through regular programs as well as a collection of adult and children’s books and films about world cultures, all of which can be found at the Lawrence Memorial Library.