Meet the artists participating n the summer Community Art Show, "Its All Relative." The art work will be on display throughout the Main Floor from July 1 to September September 15. Over 25 artists exhibiting.
Open enrollment – registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
After the last of his five daughters finished college Arthur Baxter decided to realize a dream he first had as a kid growing up in Miami. He went to east Africa in September 2008, planning to visit Tanzania, go on safari, and attempt a climb to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. It was an unforgettable adventure.
Linda Zimmerman, author of "In the Night Sky: I Recall a UFO" will discuss her new collection of the personal UFO experiences of Hudson Valley-area residents. Ms. Zimmerman is the author of numerous books, many of which deal with ghosts and paranormal experiences.
Where to begin searching for your family's roots? Local history Librarian Sue Gardner will show the basics of the two genealogy services the Library offers, and participants will be able to use their own laptops or the Library's equipment to begin their family tree research. Registration is required, and space is limited to 10 participants. If you are not bringing your own laptop, please bring a "jump drive" on which to save your search results.
Have you always wished you could be a designer on Project Runway? Come to the Library for a no-sewing-skills-required version, featuring our "Beneath the Surface" theme. Designers will use recycled materials to create ocean-inspired runway looks.
Sign up to be either a model or a designer. (Just put an "M" or a "D" after your name when you sign up online.)
The runway show will begin at 7:30pm. Friends and family are encouraged to come and be audience members.
Allison Petrus-Wilkins will conduct a discussion of "The Fault In Our Stars" by John Green.
“What makes this novel compelling is not a thrill-a-minute plot but the authenticity of characters deeply engaged in trying to live ‘forever within the numbered days.’ John Green deftly mixes the profound and the quotidian in this tough, touching valentine to the human spirit.”