Don Urmstrom of the Mid-Hudson Adirondack Mountain Club will tell you how to get started, what gear you will need, where to go paddling, where to meet other paddlers and where to get instruction on your technique. See and feel the difference in kayaks, paddles and other equipment with our hands-on presentation. Special attention is given to kayak safety and choosing your first kayak.
Registration is limited to Warwick cardholders until April 20. Open registration after this date.
Learn how to use basic shapes, shading and other techniques to draw still life, florals and trees. All materials are supplied. There is a $5 registration fee due at time of in-person registration at the Help Desk.
The Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project promotes Korean history and culture to the wider world. The presentation will provide a basic introduction to Korea's long and rich artistic history, the spirit of its people, and its cultural values. The program will include insight into Korean history and culture with a demonstration of the Korean wedding ceremony in beautiful, traditional costume. There will also be a special recognition of local Korean War veterans. Following the program, traditional Korean meals will be served.
Residents of the Warwick Valley Central School District are invited to meet with the Library Board and Director for further information about, or clarification of, the proposed 2013/2014 Library tax levy and related budget. The tax levy and Trustee vote is scheduled for April 9, 2013 at the Library from 9:00am-9:00pm. Registered voters of the Warwick Valley Central School District are eligible to vote.
Registration is not limited to Warwick cardholders.
By raising seedling indoors, the gardener can get a head start before the last frost as well as grow unusual varieties, including plants that require a long growing season. Gar will discuss seed germination, care for seedlings, and steps for successful transplanting into the garden.
On World Book Night - April 23, 2013 - the Friends of the Albert Wisner Library will once again be "Spreading the Love of Reading Person to Person." Apply to be a book giver by January 23rd at the World Book Night website, and select one of the 30 titles chosen by an independent panel of librarians and booksellers. You will receive 20 copies of your chosen title to give away FREE to members of the community. Albert Wisner Public Library has been chosen as a pick-up location for the books.