Join a discussion of Putting Family First by William J. Doherty and Barbara Carlson. Copies will be available at the Library.
The Acting for a Change Senior Improv Players will perform an original play created earlier in the day at the "Play in a Day" Workshop. Join the cast and director Linda Richmond for some Improv fun!
An invitation open to all seniors who want to experience the joys and wonders of improvisational theater. No prior experience needed, no lines to memorize - just enthusiasm and a willingness to participate. You don"t have to be "funny" to come to these sessions - but you will have fun!
This program made possible by a generous gift from Glenn P. and Susan D. Dickes and the Albert Wisner Public Library Foundation.
Join Linda Richmond for a “Play in a Day” workshop for senior adults. The workshop leads participants through a series of exercises for developing characters and scenarios from the imagination and personal experience that lead to an improvised play built upon a common theme. (No prior acting experience necessary-no script and no lines to learn!)
The improvised "play" will be performed at 3:30pm. If you have any questions, please contact Kathleen Georgalas at 986-1047, ext. 5.
Do you know of others who enjoy searching eBay for bargains on popular or had-to-find items? Learn from an eBay "PowerSeller" how to buy successfully. Topics will include:
registering as a new eBay customer
how to search for the item you want
pricing and bidding strategies
checking the reputation of sellers
using eBay feedback
tracking your bids and purchases
Today's homeowner has to pull out all the stops to prepare their home for sale in this competitive market! This workshop will help you understand how to create the perfect package with professional insight as well as tried-and-true home staging solutions. You only get one chance to make a good first impression!
Episode III - The House We Live In
Episode II - The Story We Tell
It's true that race has always been with us, right? Wrong. Ancient peoples stigmatized "others" on the grounds of language, custom, class and especially religion, but they did not sort people according to physical differences. It turns out that the concept of race is a recent invention, only a few hundred years old, and the history and evolution of the idea are deeply tied to the development of the U.S.