Saloma Miller Furlong was born and raised in an Amish community in Ohio. Driven by her desire for freedom and more formal education, she broke away from her community - not once, but twice. Join us, and the author, for a revealing look into this fascinating community.
MOMS Club of Warwick will host a Preschool Fair on Saturday, January 21st from 10am – 2pm at AWPL on the lower level. The Fair is free to all. Representatives from preschools in Warwick, Florida, Greenwood Lake and Tuxedo Park will be available for you to meet and learn about their programs.
Free craft and face painting for the kids!
Questions? Please call Fair organizer Karen Tuscano at (845) 538-3169.
At the height of the Harlem Renaissance during the 1930s, Zora Neale Hurston was the preeminent black woman writer in the United States. She was a sometime-collaborator with Langston Hughes and a fierce rival of Richard Wright. Her stories appeared in major magazines, she consulted on Hollywood screenplays, and she penned four novels, an autobiography, countless essays, and two books on black mythology. Yet by the late 1950s, Hurston was living in obscurity, working as a maid in a Florida hotel.