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!
Attention, high school parents and students! Can you afford to pay for college? It is NEVER too early to understand college financial aid. Presented by Elizabeth Levine from Signature College Counseling of Central Valley, NY.
Demystify the daunting college admissions process and gain insight to this complex and stressful experience. Some of the topics covered: College Search and the importance of finding the right fit, the application process, managing deadlines, and more! Presented by Elizabeth Levine from Signature College Counseling of Central Valley, NY.
Anthony Speiser, Director of the Newington-Cropsey Foundation Gallery of Art, will give an illustrated talk on the life and works of Hudson River School artist Jasper Cropsey, with special emphasis on his artworks showing Warwick and nearby areas which were created while he made his home here.
This class is designed for beginning musicians and music fans who wish to understand the components of music and how these components work. The basics of chords and chord progression, melody and harmony will be discussed. Pace and direction is set, in part, by student background and interest. You do not need a knowledge of music - only a desire to learn! This class will meet for four consecutive Wednesdays; attendance at all classes is strongly recommended.
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).