Betty Pack was charming, beautiful, and intelligent — and she knew it. As an agent for Britain’s MI-6 and then America’s OSS during World War II, these qualities proved crucial to her success. This is the remarkable story of this “Mata Hari from Minnesota” (Time) and the passions that ruled her tempestuous life — a life filled with dangerous liaisons and death-defying missions vital to the Allied victory.
Join us in celebrating Arbor Day with a hands-on tree pruning workshop. The program is presented by Matt Doiron, a member of the Town of Warwick Tree Commission and a Board Certifed Master Arborist.
Dr. Cappelleri will explain what Advance Directives are, and why they're important to discuss and arrange with family and personal health care providers.
Learn what Medicare is and about the procedures to follow for sign-up. Suitable for those who are new to Medicare or for those who need additional information.
Create a paper collage "flag" symbolizing your vision of Warwick's future flag, along with an explanatory paragraph. All flags will be exhibited at the Library in celebration of the Village Sesquicentennial. Collage materials will be provided or you may bring your own.
The Tuesday Evening Book Group will discuss "Poetry of the American Renaissance."
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Rhodes delivers a remarkable story of science history: how a ravishing film star and an avant-garde composer invented spread-spectrum radio, the technology that made wireless phones, GPS systems, and many other devices possible.