Whether you want to read a bestseller or learn to knit, the Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library can help. It offers plenty of online activities you can enjoy from our Dallas apartments. Our favorite virtual activities from the Harvey R. “Bum” Library include:
Your library card includes access to Lynda.com, which offers hours of virtual activities and learning fun. Skilled instructors lead every online class. They enjoy sharing their passion, and you can learn on your own time. Topics include photography, marketing, and mobile app development.
Join Holly as she helps you enhance your cooking skills. Let’s Dish is the library’s exciting video series highlighting recipes featured in or inspired by books. In the first video, you’ll learn how to prepare scotch eggs from The Chronicles of Narnia. High in protein, this dish is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
From memoirs to science fiction, the library offers e-books/audiobooks in nearly every genre. Don’t miss The Guest List. Penned by Lucy Foley, it was called one of The New York Times’ best thrillers of 2020. Guests gather to celebrate a wedding off the coast of Ireland. But soon, a dead body makes every guest looks as guilty as the next.
Mango makes learning a new language easier than ever. The company believes that language connects cultures. From the comfort of home, you can choose from over 60 different courses. You’ll easily learn new vocabulary, and the sessions include grammar notes, memory-building exercises, and cultural notes. Try a language such as Danish, German, or Italian. To get started with Mango’s virtual activities, all you need is your library card number and pin.
After enjoying the virtual activities from the Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library, order the best barbecue in Dallas with to-go options. You can try ribs, brisket, and more. If you’re looking for a place to live, contact us. We will show you everything Radius at Turtle Creek has to offer.Back to all posts