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.
Join us for a 3-part discussion with Beverly Braxton to explore the concept of race, how it has shaped our lives, and how the United States has evolved as a racialized society. Using the 3-part documentary film Race - The Power of an Illusion as our guide, we will explore the myths and realities of race in our society, with the goal of expanding our understanding.
Come watch the movie and then learn the dance moves! Unateresa Gormely will teach the Irish dance sets of Darby O'Gill. Suitable for all ages!
A ceili ("kay-lee") is a traditional Irish gathering for fun, fellowship, and laughs (or "craic," as the Irish might say.) Traditional ceili dances were enjoyed at house parties and corner road gatherings in the rural countrysides and are still danced in Ireland. The bonfire, haymaker's jig, Siege of Ennis, fairy reel and other dances are very easy to learn. These traditional country folk dances have a follow-the-leader pattern that new dancers can learn on their first attempt -- so come and join us for an evening of fun!
Meet the photographers responsible for the photographs exhibited in the "Where We Live" show currently on exhibit on the Lower Level of the Library. Refreshments will be served.