Message From the Director: Celebrate Holi at the Livingston Library

“Holi is a special time of year to remember those who are close to our hearts with splashing colors!” –Anonymous 

Livingston Library Community,

Celebrate Holi and the coming spring at the Livingston Public Library this week! 

Beginning on Monday, March 7th, children are invited to stop by the Library’s Youth Services Desk to pick up a Take-Home Holi Card Craft. This craft, bursting with the bright colors of spring, is perfect for children ages 2-5 and is a wonderful way to share the celebration with others. 

Adults can also stop by the Library to enjoy Indian culture through literature and films. Adults are invited to browse the Library’s new book collection for titles in Hindi and Gujarati, as well as browse our collection of Bollywood films. You’ll find popular movie titles such as My Name is

Khan, Lagaan, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, and so many more!

Happy Holi!

Best, 

Amy Babcock, Director 

One Reply to “Message From the Director: Celebrate Holi at the Livingston Library”

  1. THE spring fire leaps from forest to forest,
    Flashing up in leaves and flowers
    from all nooks and corners.
    The sky is thriftless with colours,
    The air delirious with songs.
    The wind-tost branches of the woodland
    Spread their unrest in our blood.
    The air is filled with bewilderment of mirth;
    And the breeze rushes from flower to flower, asking their names.
    –Rabindranath Tagore, Collected Poems and Plays, MacMillan, London 1936

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