April is National Humor Month! National Humor Month was created by Larry Wilde in 1976. He wanted to demonstrate how humor can lift our spirits and relieve stress:
“The idea of laughing and the use of humor as a tool to lift ailing spirits is growing. Scientific research now indicates that the curative power of laughter and its ability to relieve debilitating stress and burnout may indeed be one of the great medical discoveries of our times.”
The average adult laughs 17 times a day. That works out to one chuckle per hour. Let’s see if we can increase that number. Come join us and enjoy these programs this April.
Tuesday, April 18th
Adults & teens
Laughter is the best medicine! Join us for this workshop of breathing and laughing exercises to release stress and promote positive energy taught by Dr. Vinodray Shah.
Wednesday, April 19th
Adults & teens
Give yourself permission to PLAY! Stretch your imagination muscles, think outside the box, cultivate creative skills that will help you both on and off stage. No experience necessary and lots of experience welcome! Ellen Flaks has been an Improv Specialist in Westchester for over 25 years. Get ready to laugh.
Saturday, April 22nd
All ages. Content rated PG.
Ellen Flaks, a popular Improv Specialist, and her troupe of performers will entertain you with their improvised mayhem. audience participation expected and encouraged. Lots of laughter. All ages welcome. This event is rated PG.
The Library is looking for a few good G-rated jokes to appear on our social media accounts each day for the month of April. Please submit them here: