In days gone by, getting your portrait taken by a photographer was a big event and called for turning out in a very special outfit. A group of unidentified glass plate negatives of local Warwick residents was donated in recent years by Duane Joslyn to the Warwick Historical Society. A selection of these negatives has been scanned and an exhibit created on the Hudson River Heritage website by volunteer Dianne Aimone and costume historian Mimi Sherman. This is a joint program of the Albert Wisner Public Library and the Historical Society of the Town of Warwick.
6:00pm - 7:00pm - Conversation with local Mystery authors including Anita Page, Fran Cox and Sharon Linnea Scott, in the Community Room
7:00pm - 9:00pm - Screening of The Maltese Falcon (1941), directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart. Considered one of the greatest detective/film noir movies ever made. Community Room. Popcorn, lemonade and water will be provided.
Help plan actvities for young adults. Pizza and beverages served during our election of officers and brainstorming sessions. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm! Perks include free copies, fine amnesty up to $10, and community service hours!
Help plan activities for young adults. Pizza and beverages served during our election of officers and brainstorming sessions. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm! Perks for joining include free copies, fine amnesty up to $10, and community service hours!
Adults and teens are invited to create a paper crafted book with Deborah Kittay-Hefler. If you wish, you may bring small items (no larger than 4" x 6") with which to decorate and personalize the album, but this is not necessary. Click here to see an example of what you will make!