Matt Doiron of the Warwick Shade Tree Commission will discuss tips and tricks to ensure planting success. Topics will cover soil conditions, fertilization, mulching, propagation and transplanting.
The Pretty Committee will show you how to create a stylish clutch from duct tape! Please bring in a roll or two of decorative duct tape.
The Pretty Committee will show you how to make a felt coffee cup cozy. We will have a few patterns to choose from - no sewing required!
The Pretty Committee will show you how to create a one of a kind wreath from old puzzle pieces! If you have some old puzzles that are missing pieces, this is a great project!
How do we arrive at unbiased and well-informed opinions about issues? The process of critical thinking can guide us to better decisions in every day life. In the first of four sessions, we will examine and practice this method of clearer analysis. Using the film as a starting point, we will examine how critical thinking is applied to jury deliberations. Presented by Norm Isaacson, Valerie Lucznikowska and Roger Moss.
This course will include an in-depth exploration of mindfulness of the body as a path toward calm and connection to ourselves and others. Much more than just a relaxation technique, mindfulness gives us a new way to realate to all of our experience, with kindness, with interst and without judgement. With mindfulness, we can step out of habitual reactions and find new ways to respond to ourselves and others. Each class will include guided mediation practice, teaching, and Q&A, as well as optional homework. The class consists of four sessions on April 3 and 17 and May 1 and 15.
Mary Makofske, Donna Spector, and Howard Horowitz will read poems celebrating Earth Day, Poetry Month, family and geography. An open reading will follow (limit one or two poems).
The bestselling debut with over a million copies sold that launched Tana French, “required reading for anyone who appreciates tough, unflinching intelligence and ingenious plotting” (The New York Times), who is “the most interesting, most important crime novelist to emerge in the past 10 years” (The Washington Post)