(starring John Cusack, Amanda Peet and Bobby Coleman) Nominated for the 2008 Young Artist Award-Best Family Feature Film
A lonely science-fiction writer adopts a young foster child who claims to be on a mission from Mars. How does a parent challenge small-minded expectations? How does a child learn to “fit in” while still being an individual? Join us as we watch the film and talk about how a man becomes a father and a boy becomes a son – and what it means to be “human.”
Have you ever wondered what life was really like for the people living in the Warwick area during the 17th, 18th or 19th centuries?
Using the concept of Time Travel, Dr. Jon Hunner, professor of History at New Mexico State University, will illustrate how historians, local history organizations and re-enactors use the sites and the stories of their local history to create engaging programs that bring the past to life.
Don't miss this "SUNsational" presentation by Dr. Holmes which features clips from the DVD, Solar Max, the hottest new film under the sun! Learn how we study the sun, howit works, how old it is, and how long will it last.
Turn an old book into a 3D art piece using folding techniques and your imagination. Supplies will be provided but particiapnts are encouraged to bring a glue gun if they have one. All participants are invited to exhibit their mobiles in a display at the Library.
Enrollment limited to Warwick cardholders until July 6. After this date, there will be open enrollment.
Learn an easy method for transferring your favorite images for use on greeting cards or artwork. Please bring your own images to transfer. Only photocopies (black or white/color) or images clipped from newspapers and magazines work for this technique.
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.
Doodles & Daydreams, the pen and ink drawings of Charles "Dule " DeFesi, are on display in the Community Room/Gallery during the month of August.
For many years, Dr. DeFesi was a teacher and researcher in medicine. Often illustrating his own scientific publications, he also created the detailed pen-and-ink designs that comprise this exhibit over a period of twenty years.