"The Invitation" - A play told through monologues by school children. The theme is kindness and connection, and through these stories we are able to see our differences and similarities. A Q & A will follow with refreshments. For families of children 4th grade and up. Register beginning Sept. 10 online or at any desk.
Please Don't Bite the Baby (and Please Don't Chase the Dogs) chronicles certified professional dog trainer Lisa Edwards۪ endearing and entertaining journey to ensure that her household survives and thrives when she introduces her son to her motley pack of animals. As Lisa knows all too well, the dog/child relationship is simultaneously treasured, misunderstood, and sometimes feared.
The Library's Senior Improv Players tackle one of the Bard's most beloved works - with a twist of course! Join us for an afternoon of delightful drama!
This program made possible by a generous gift from Glenn P. and Susan D. Dickes and the Albert Wisner Public Library Foundation.
Join Tom Roberts, proprietor of Ye Olde Warwick Book Shoppe, for a discussion of an account of the Stonewall Riot and its role in the movement for gay and lesbian rights.
Join us for a panel discussion with local teens as they share their experiences growing up online. Our teen panel will offer insights and perspectives of the digital world and share some of their concerns, challenges, and solutions dealing with screen time.
Please join us for this informative discussion. Remember, when it comes to teens۪ digital lives, they are the experts. This workshop is for parents and caregivers of elementary through high school students.
Thinking of buying a pre-owned boat? Capt. Manny Rebelo will give an overview of the pre-purchasing process, including what to look for and what to avoid. He will lead you through a step-by-step process with ease.
The Traveling Lantern Theatre Company presents: The Story of Ebenezer Scrooge or "A Christmas Carol." The classic tale of a miser's redemption. For families with children 5 and up. Register beginning Sept. 10 online or at the Children's Desk.