Registration is limited to Warwick patrons until 4/28; open registration after this date.
Yoga has many benefits - balance, coordination, strength, and flexibility. Yoga helps to reduce stress and quiet the mind. Join us for a 90 minute workshop suitable for all adults, both young and old. No previous yoga experience is necessary. Participants should bring their own yoga mat if possible.
A Man Called Intrepid is the true story of Sire William Stephenson (code-name Intrepid) and the spy network he founded that would ultimately stall the Nazi war machine and help win World War II. It describes the infamous "Camp X" spy training center in Ontario, Canada; the breaking of the Ultra Code used by Enigma; and countless tales of assassinations, clandestine activities, guerrilla armies, resistance support, and suicide missions. This modern classic was a national bestseller when first published in 1976. -Amazon
Focusing on vegetables that thrive in hot weather, Gar will give practical tips on proper watering technique, natural fertilizers and companion planting. She will also examine the uses of successive planting to increase productivity and to extend harvest.
Introduction to the joys and rewards of beekeeping. Topics include equipment, how and where to start, bee colony basics, plants for bees and a "bee pasture." Presenters are members of the Southeastern Beekeeper's Club.
Reitirement, that next phase of life, offers so many possibilities and challenges. Come and discuss the numerous aspects of this life change with recent retiree Sally Pellegrini and fellow community members during a relaxed and encourage monthly get-together.
Join us for a family-friendly celebration of our home - the Earth. Activities include: "Trash" origami, making a bird house from a recycled milk container, creating a book sculpture from old books, sampling a veggie pizza, viewing short films, learning energy-saving tips from Sustainable Warwick, and making a container vegetable garden with Gar Wang. Special musical guests Tony Vee and Matt Price will provide entertainment. The first fifty visitors will receive a free seedling tree to plant at home.