|Wednesday night at Elaine's ... Interview Magazine held a 20th anniversary party for Patrick McMullan.|
|On Saturday, February 7, The Library Cubs Program invited members and guests to the Library’s landmarked Fifth Avenue building for its fourth annual Valentine’s Celebration.
Guests had an exciting afternoon creating valentines, learning to make paper the old fashioned way by hand. Guests also enjoyed coloring and personalizing bookplates at a craft table hosted by the party’s sponsor, Crewcuts. And, of course, a trip to the Library wouldn’t be complete without story time. Luckily, Children’s Librarian Sarah Belanich was there to read Cece Bell’s Bee-Wigged, a story about friendship.
|Among those attending last Saturday’s event with their little ones were Cubs Committee members Nancy Donahoe, Carey Mangriotis, Hannah McFarland, Katie Michel, Sarah Min, Galt Niederhoffer, and Vicky Ward.
The New York Public Library Cubs Program (www.nypl.org/cubs) is an important initiative that raises funds to further the Library’s mission of providing free and open access to knowledge, while promoting the importance of reading and libraries to families. For an annual $1,000 membership, there are a series of events held exclusively for the Library Cubs families throughout the year.
|Tod's and W Magazine hosted a benefit party for Love Heals Wednesday night at the Tod's store on Madison Avenue.|