In partnership with the New York City Department of Education, Queens Library's Mail-a-Book program offers services and materials to homebound children, teens, and adults. The program provides printed books, audio books, music, and movies in several languages through the mail, offering the same material that you would be able to get by walking into the library—free of charge. Several programs are available through Skype and teleconference. http://queenslibrary.org/books/mail-a-book

In partnership with the New York City Department of Education, Queens Library's Mail-a-Book program offers services and materials to homebound children, teens, and adults. The program provides printed books, audio books, music, and movies in several languages through the mail, offering the same material that you would be able to get by walking into the library—free of charge. Several programs are available through Skype and teleconference. http://queenslibrary.org/books/mail-a-book

A Christmas Gift Wrapping Party | Modern Eve-- I like the idea of putting wrapping paper in a basket/trash bin for storage

A Christmas Gift Wrapping Party | Modern Eve-- I like the idea of putting wrapping paper in a basket/trash bin for storage

Christmas Wrapping Party  Not sure I would throw a party but maybe set up as a cute wrapping station so I would wrap gifts as they are bought and not wait till the last minute.

Christmas Wrapping Party Not sure I would throw a party but maybe set up as a cute wrapping station so I would wrap gifts as they are bought and not wait till the last minute.

This is a great way to create an environment for residents to get to know one another while also helping them adhere to their Christmas budgets. Go buy wrapping paper, bows, to/from stickers, tape, scissors, and a few other miscellaneous wrapping supplies and set it all up in the clubhouse at your complex. Play Christmas music and serve Christmas cookies and hot chocolate while residents come as they please (open house style) and use free supplies to wrap their gifts.   You can also use this…

This is a great way to create an environment for residents to get to know one another while also helping them adhere to their Christmas budgets. Go buy wrapping paper, bows, to/from stickers, tape, scissors, and a few other miscellaneous wrapping supplies and set it all up in the clubhouse at your complex. Play Christmas music and serve Christmas cookies and hot chocolate while residents come as they please (open house style) and use free supplies to wrap their gifts. You can also use this…

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