Get the most from your point-and-shoot digital camera - learn about lighting, motion, composition and more. A digital camera is required for this class. Please bring the camera's manual, memory card, and extra batteries. This is a two-session program (November 9 and 16).
Calling all students! Bring copies of your college applications and get tips on filling them out correctly! Joshua Marber, admissions councelor, will lead you through the process of filling out your college application.
Need help with your study skills? Michelle Cervone-Richards will show you tips and tricks to pass the test and make the grade! Learn better techniques in outlining, note taking, and more. Meets for 3 sessions. Open to grades 6 and up.
It's the Spy Lock-In! Sneak into our after-hours Library lock-in for some spy trivia contests, a book discussion, and a film. We'll be testing your agility in the balloon pit, honing your disguise skills, and more!
Please read Domino 29 prior to the event to join in the book discussion. Meet the author! Axel Avian himself will be here to answer your pressing questions about life as a spy.
The Glenmere lands present a colorful quilt of hardwood swamp, shale ridgelines, bright and open marsh, mossy bogs, woodland pools and clear reservoir. Situated for the most part in Warwick, these lands comprise habitat boasting the greatest variety of animal species in the Hudson Valley.
Jay Westerveld will discuss both natural and unnatural features of the area from Washington's lifetime to the present.