Presented by Orange Environment Inc.
Open to the Public
Open enrollment - Registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
A middle-aged couple suspects foul play when their neighbor's wife suddenly drops dead. Starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. Rated PG-13; 104 min.
Enrollment is limited to Warwick cardholders.
Basic Italian for business, sightseeing, dining and shopping. Monday evenings, through December 3rd (no classes on 10/8 and 1/22). Students are requested to have a copy of the book "Colloquial Italian" by Sylvia Lymbery.
Open enrollment: Registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
This workshop will discuss the nutrient requirements for pre and post workouts, endurance and strength training.
Dr. Wayne Rossi is a N.Y. State-licensed chiropractor serving the Warwick community for nearly 30 years. He believes in treating the "whole person" with regular spinal care, exercise, and good nutrition for a successful journey to good health.
Goodwin makes the case for Lincoln's political genius by examining his relationships with three men he selected for his cabinet, all of whom were opponents for the Republican nomination in 1860: William H. Seward, Salmon P. Chase, and Edward Bates. These men, all accomplished, nationally known, and presidential, originally disdained Lincoln for his backwoods upbringing and lack of experience, and were shocked and humiliated at losing to this relatively obscure Illinois lawyer. Yet Lincoln not only convinced them to join his administration--Seward as secretary of state, Chase as secretary of the treasury, and Bates as attorney general--he ultimately gained their admiration and respect as well. How he soothed egos, turned rivals into allies, and dealt with many challenges to his leadership, all for the sake of the greater good, is largely what Goodwin's fine book is about. Had he not possessed the wisdom and confidence to select and work with the best people, she argues, he could not have led the nation through one of its darkest periods. - Amazon
Registration limited to Warwick cardholders until September 20. Open registration after this date.
When beginning to research your family history, it is important to have some idea of where to begin, and what pitfalls need to avoided. In this first of two sessions, guidance will be provided on where to look for information and how to organize it. Different types of records and their availability will be discussed. This is a two-part program.