Do you like to write stories, poetry, screenplays, or song lyrics? Join the Teen Creative Writing Workshop. Bring in your work each week for constructive feedback and share ideas with other writers. Sessions will be facilitated by writer Tom Naples in this member-driven workshop.
Please bring a writing sample to the first workshop on July 6. Samples must be 500 words or less. Poetry and prose are both welcome.
Learn to use LinkedIn, the world's largest professional network. Build and engage with a professional network to access knowledge, insights and career opportunities.
Please bring your laptop to create a LinkedIn account. Eleven (11) Library laptops are available also. Please call the Help Desk at 986-1047, ext. 3, if you wish to use one of the Library's laptops during this session.
In our Gallery for the month of September An Artist's Inspiration: Landscapes of Warwick's Village & Town, the plein air paintings of local artist Janet Howard-Fatta. Drop by the Gallery and meet the artist who will discuss her show and work with visitors.
Celebrate the beginning of summer with an ice cream social! Bring your friends and register for programs together! We'll explain all of our different contests and events this summer over ice cream sundaes. With cherries on top. See you there!
Espiritu Andino will perform a variety of traditional and new age urban melodies from the South American Andean Mountains of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. Every band member of Espiritu Andino is a native of the Andean mountains and has an enriching musical experience that have helped sustain a career in South America, the United States and Canada for over a decade.
This concert will be outdoors. Bring a blanket or beach chair to sit on if you'd like. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be in the Community Room.
From 1826 until the middle of the 20th century, more than a dozen lighthouses guided ships past its islands and shallows...
Kevin Woyce will explain why there were once 14 lighthouses on the Hudson, tell how seven were saved as historic landmarks, and describe the lives of the brave men and women who spent their lives tending the lights. His slide show includes original photography of Hudson River lighthouses, bridges, scenery, and landmarks, plus vintage maps and images of historic people and places, including some of the Hudson's "lost" lighthouses.