Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Let's All Hula!

Think Warm...
The National Weather Service forecasts mostly sunny skies for Saturday, February 19th and temperatures approaching 40 degrees. If this sounds more weather friendly than what we have all experienced this winter, come on down to the library and celebrate the coming of spring!

Make a Hawaiian Splash @ your library

Join us for a culturally-focused program that includes Hawaiian Island info and a dance lesson! Tiare Kahana presents; she has studied hula dancing since childhood and has been teaching hula for 11 years. Click here to register for this free, all-age program. Please do wear your Hawaiian shirts or hula skirts if you have them...

Books for Kids
Hula Lullaby by Erin Eitter Kono
Wolfmen Don't Hula Dance by Debbie Dadey & Marcia Jones
The Belly Book by Joe Harris
Calvin Coconut Series by Graham Salisbury
Night of the Howling Dogs by Graham Salisbury
Hawaii by Deborah Kent
Lydia and the Island Kingdom by Joan Holub

Mix 'n Match
Armchair travelers will enjoy the video titled Hawaii : an Island Symphony, located in our travel collection. Try Hula Workout with Kili if you'd like to introduce hula into your exercise routine. Vegan cooks might also like to explore Vegan Fusion World Cuisine.

Online Services
If you are interested in learning more about Hawaii, try AtoZ the USA, an online service offered by your library. Login using your East Hampton Public Library barcode number. You might also like to bookmark the site if you are a business traveler or a student working on a school report about any of our 50 states.