This is a community discussion centered on strengthening family life.
Discussion of The Razor's Edge by W. Somerset Maugham.
Join the Warwick Atelier at an opening reception in celebration of their third annual exhibition at the library. Students and their instructor, Susan Hope Fogel, will participate in a gallery talk about the paintings and the related creative experience. Studio paintings, as well as landscape paintings done on location in Warwick, Tuscany, Italy and Cape Cod, Massachusetts during the Atleier's plein air painting workshops. All are invited.
Each participant will craft two originally-designed cards: one for Thanksgiving and one for Christmas. Techniques will include dry embossing, heat embossing, paper layering, use of embellishment and decorative papers. There is a $5 non-refundable materials fee due at the time of in-person registration at the Help Desk.
Space is limited to Warwick cardholders until October 13; after this date, there will be open registration.
Meeting of the Warwick Career Transitions Job Club with Gregg Knowles. This a drop in program. No registration is required.
An average guy makes a resolution to stop using plastic shopping bags from the grocery store. Little does he know that this simple decision will change his life completely. He comes to the conclusion that our use of plastic has finally caught up to us and considers what we can do about it.
Lively discussion will follow the film; all are welcome.
Join Gar Wang for practical tips and solutions to problems that often confront the home gardener.
Meet some of the community's local farmers: Chris Pawelski, John Sanford III and Dottie Sanford, Bob and Sally Scheuermann and Keith Stewart.
Photographer and author Francesco Mastalia will discuss his new book, ORGANIC: Farmers and Chefs of the Hudson Valley. It features dedicated farmers committed to growing and producing food using sustainable methods, and chefs who echo their beliefs and pay homage to the food they produce. The portraits were photographed using the wet plate collodion process, a technique developed in the mid-19th century when photography was in its infancy.
THE PROGRAM IS CANCELLED. THIS MOVIE WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR EARLY NEXT YEAR.