Exhibit Opening: "Stone Age Warwick" - Native American artifacts on display in the Wisner Room through February 2016. The exhibit features artifacts from several Warwick collections which provide evidence of occupation by more than a dozen distinct cultural groups from the Paleolithic (9,000 -12,000 years ago) to the Woodland period (1,000 years ago to European settlement).
Come meet over 50 prominent and beloved authors and illustrators of children's books and celebrate children's literacy. Authors and illustrators will gather on Railroad Avenue to autograph and inscribe their books (which will be available for purchase), chat with readers and share their love of the written word. Admission is free and open to the public.
Come celebrate Computer Science Education Week! For one hour, you'll practice your coding skills with stormtroopers, tauntauns, and puffer pigs. Great for all levels of experience! Build your skills step-by-step through a series of fun, easy tutorials or breeze through them to spend more time creating your very own Star Wars game.
Bring your own laptop, or borrow one of the Library's.
Pizza and refreshments will be served. Open to grades 6 and up.
Peggy Gavan, journalist and author of the Hatching Cat blog, which presents the history of NYC through animal stories, will wind the audience, feline-fashion, through the streets of old New York. Open to all teens, adults, and older children with good listening skills.