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Update: We have temporarily cancelled most library programming through September. We will keep you updated going forward on when we can resume our normal programming schedule.
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Feeling overwhelmed? Having day-to-day challenges trying to successfully manage your life?
Join Marla Alt, “The Moving Whisperer” and organizing expert in this interactive workshop to tackle the life altering process of organizing you and your home.
Whether you’re preparing for a move, downsizing, organizing your closets, or simply decluttering, Marla Alt will share her wisdom from over a decade of experience in the organization and moving/relocation industries enabling you to apply this to your own life!
Come prepared with photos of your home decluttering projects, whether its closets, kitchen cabinets, disorganized offices, or areas of your home life that need help. The fun begins when Marla chooses some examples as a live case study (with your permission)!
You will learn where to begin, how to sort and redirect items, and tips and tools for creating an organized, stress-free, home environment. Gain new perspectives and feel empowered to organize your way to a better life and a more organized you!
At the end of the workshop, enter the lottery to win a free consultation hour with Marla!
Collaboration: Mamaroneck Public Library & Mamaroneck High School Young Leaders Club
We invite children age 6 -10 years to a special Fun Buddy Reading Program & Craft.
This collaboration between the Mamaroneck High School Young Leaders club and the Mamaroneck Library was initiated by Julia Dorf, a MHS junior. Her objective was to bring teens and young learners (aged 6 – 10) together for the experience and benefits of a mentor program. Teenagers will visit the Library to read to participating students and engage in art projects and conversations related to the chosen theme of that session. The concept is to allow MHS students to become leaders of their community, while helping younger children to grow as learners. Each child will have one-on-one time with the experienced and trustworthy MHS students, as they collectively enjoy the wonders of storytelling and an unique learning experience.
Registration is required – please call (914) 630 – 5894 to register.