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Please be advised of the following Library schedules:
July 22 (Saturday) - Free Admission as part of #InspireEveryDay at Ayala Museum. Please expect increased traffic and activity at the library (instead of the usual quiet atmosphere).
August 3 (Thursday) & August 4 (Friday) - CLOSED at 12NN onwards for a staff workshop
Please be guided accordingly.
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6F Ayala Museum
Makati Ave. cor. De la Rosa St.
Makati City
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Tel. No. - (632) 759-8281
Fax (632) 759-8287
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FHL shares digitization practices at conference for Libraries, Archives, and Museums (LAMs)

The Filipinas Heritage Library (FHL) participated in the 5th Advancing Libraries, Archives, and Museums (ALAM) seminar-workshop with the theme “Honoring the Past, Honing the Future,” organized by the University of the Philippines Library Science Alumni Association (UP LSAA). This year’s ALAM was held last April 13-15, 2016 at The Bayleaf Intramuros, Manila.

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Every Child a Storyteller: Kids’ Publishing Program

Starting on April 16, Filipinas Heritage Library in partnership with EducAsian Learning, Inc. presents an integrated, balanced, and progressive literacy program that improves children’s reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills by engaging them in language and literature-rich activities in combination with explicit teaching of comprehension strategies.

The program aims to provide the following benefits to children:

Better performance in academics, especially in Math and English
 •  Advanced comprehension of word nuances, metaphors, and abstractions
 •  Excellent problem solving skills, or the ability to think outside the box
 •  Above average speed in recognizing and interpreting nonverbal cues, or the ability to draw inferences
 •  Motivation to seek information for its own sake as much as for its usefulnes
 •  A high level of engagement with reading, inquiry, and writing tasks.


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PETA Holds Summer Program

The Philippine Educational Theater Association’s (PETA) School of People’s Theater, known for its fun-filled theater arts workshops, brings back the “PETA Summer Program.” PETA’s unique workshop curriculum combines the different disciplines of theater, such as creative writing, sound and music, dance and movement, and visual arts. This Integrated Theater Arts Approach is PETA’s brand of multiple intelligence education that has been around since the 1960s and has allowed our students to discover and appreciate their diverse talents.

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Cecile Licad ENCORE!

To celebrate the start of the new year with a bang – Cecile Licad, the Philippines most prominent and celebrated pianist will perform a one-night only special concert at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ main theater, the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo on January 28, Thursday at 8:00 pm.

This special concert is for the benefit of the Philippine-Italian Association’s Endowment Fund and the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra’s United States of America 2016 Tour in June at the world renowned, Carnegie Hall.

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Defining Quirino Exhibit commemorates President Quirino’s 125th Birth Anniversary

Our country deserves all the loyalty and devotion we can give. I beseech you to summon all the big and noble in you, all that is earnest, all that is patriotic, all that is sincere, to help set a pattern of sanity and constructive action in these days of bitterness and political bewilderment.” – President Elpidio Quirino

These are words from former President Elpidio Quirino – words that are still very relevant today. On 16 November 2015, the nation celebrates the 125th Birth Anniversary of Quirino, the 6th President of the Philippines, who rebuilt a Philippines devastated by war. Today’s Filipinos continue to benefit from President Quirino’s legacy, which includes the Minimum Wage and 8-hour Work Laws, Social Security System, and standardization of teacher’s salaries, among many others. He is also remembered for granting asylum to 6,000 “White Russian” refugees in 1948.

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