Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Teen Improv Workshop



Teen Improv Workshop

Saturday, June 11, 2-4 p.m.




Perfect for the budding actor/comedian in your life! Students will learn the foundations of improvisation and then use their skills in a series of improv games and scenarios. Great if you are interested in Forensics competition!

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Mr. Bond The Science Guy



Mr. Bond The Science Guy

Thursday, June 9, 1:00 p.m.

Audience: Age 6 and up

Free program. No registration required.


Bond is back!  Enjoy another great summer reading program with the best mad scientist around. You might witness a tornado simulation, sound FX, optical illusions and of course explosions!  Don’t miss the Spectacular Science Show - It is the perfect combination having fun and learning about science. 


For more information, call the library at 371-0090 ext. 8380 or visit www.brentwood-tn.org/library.


The Children’s Library staff wishes to thank the Friends of the Brentwood Library who have made it possible to provide the programs and activities for our summer program using proceeds from the Book Sales.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Youth Sports: A balance of having fun, building skills, and learning life lessons



Youth Sports: A balance of having fun, 
building skills, and learning life lessons

Thursday, June 9, 2016, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Free program. Registration required.



This will be a discussion format with Coach Schumacher and Dr. Donahue including the following topics:



    Exercise in hot weather, hydration, heat illness

    Concussions - preventing, recognizing, and care

    Positive benefits of exercise, fitness, obesity, and life style development

    Parent's role, attitude, coaching, encouraging, preventing overuse syndromes

    Nutrition; Alcohol, tobacco, and drug use




Chuck Schumacher is an American karate and baseball instructor born in 1953. Chuck’s longtime training in martial arts has resulted in an expert understanding of movements of the body & discipline of the mind. He has become known for his ability to work with young athletes to achieve skill & develop character. The mainstay of his teaching & writing has been to educate parents and coaches to play their role correctly so kids can enjoy the process of skill development while learning life lessons. He is the author of How to Play Baseball: A Parent’s Role in Their Child’s Journey.



Parnell “Par” Donahue, M.D. was named The 2014 Senior Pediatrician of The Year by the Tennessee Chapter of The American Academy of Pediatrics. His current books include a parenting teenagers book, Messenger in Denim, The Amazing Things Parents Can Learn from Teens; and a general parenting book, Tools for Effective Parenting. Other books include Germs Make Me Sick, and Sports Doc. Visit his blog at: www.parentingwithdrpar.com. He lives in Brentwood, Tennessee with his wife Mary, and their dog Frosty.