Ben Reiser will lead you through a musical tour of banned and controversial music of the 1960s and beyond. Ages 15 and up.
Looking for something to do with all those vegetables from your garden or from the Farmers Market? Grill them! Join Theresa Grimm of A Cook in My Kitchen to learn delicious recipes for paninis, pasta dishes and other summertime meals.
Ken Lifshitz will give a presentation on the history of early geologist Dr. James Young, and on the famous geological formation known as the Franklin Marble which underlies Amity and Edenville. Open to adults, teens and to children over age 10. Open to all area residents; registration is required.
Participants will learn standing meditation, simple qigong exercises, and some basic taijiquan postures. Classes are limited to 30; register for each session individually.
Explore the music for winds that flourished in 18th- and 19th-century Europe. Pieces will include Serenade in C minor K.388 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Suite B-flat major, Opus 4 by Richard Strauss.
Capoeira is an exuberant martial art that combines high energy rhythms with exciting acrobatic movements. The art was created by Afro-Brazilians slaves during Brazil's colonial period. Because they were not allowed to practice any form of self-defense nor to use weapons, enslaved Afro-Brazilians disguised their training to look like a dance.
Join us for an afternoon of dance, martial arts and traditional songs and rhythms.
What is your largest organ? Your skin! Join aesthetician Cathy Malanix to learn simple ways to care for and pamper your skin. The class will include discussion of skin facts, demonstrations, and hands-on preparation of a body oil for you to take home.
Please join author Nadia Hashimi for a discussion of her new book, The Pearl that Broke Its Shell. Ms. Hashimi will be joining us via Skype. Ms. Hashimi grew up in Warwick and graduated from Warwick Valley High School. She is now a pediatrician and resides in Maryland with her family.
Join Rhonda Denet and the Silver Fox Trio for a review of classic Rhythm & Blues and Soul music of the 1960s and '70s. Celebrate a time when this primarily African-American genre crossed over to mainstream audiences. Featured songs were made famous by The Supremes, Mary Wells, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and others. Through the music, the magic and the message, there is something for everyone!
The Friendly Visitor Program is a non-denominational program of Jewish Family Services. Volunteers are needed in our community to help our neighbors with grocery shopping, to provide rides to medical appointments or to visit local homebound isolated adults. Give the gift of your time! The program provides an amazing experience for both the volunteers and the neighbors. Jewish Family Services empowers all people facing challenging times to live with dignity, hope and strength. Their doors are open to the entire community.