Are you interested in playing this ancient game based on Chinese characters and symbols? Contact us at the Library so we may arrange for you to join a group.
It was Richard Feynman’s outrageous and scintillating method of teaching that earned him legendary status among students and professors of physics. From 1961 to 1963, Feynman delivered a series of lectures at the California Institute of Technology that revolutionized the teaching of physics around the world. Six Easy Pieces, taken from these famous Lectures on Physics, represent the most accessible material from the series.
In these classic lessons, Feynman introduces the general reader to the following topics: atoms, basic physics, energy, gravitation, quantum mechanics, and the relationship of physics to other topics. With his dazzling and inimitable wit, Feynman presents each discussion with a minimum of jargon. Filled with wonderful examples and clever illustrations, Six Easy Pieces is the ideal introduction to the fundamentals of physics by one of the most admired and accessible physicists of modern times.
Join Michael and Laurie Byro for an artist’s reception on September 8th at 6:30pm, when they will explain their Byro technics of poetry and paintings. Michael’s paintings, which grace the covers of Laurie’s books, are on display at the Library during the month of September.
Laurie Byro has published 4 books of poetry. The latest, “Wonder,” just out of Wales, is a book featuring Alice in Wonderland, the Wizard of Oz and DH Lawrence’s forest poems. Her 3rd book, “Gertrude Stein’s Salon and other Legends” explores the colorful cast of characters of Gertrude and Alice’s salon that included Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, and Ezra Pound.
Michael has received awards and sold paintings throughout the United States and abroad.
Laurie has been widely published and awarded for over two decades, received a NJ Poetry Prize for the first poem in the Gertrude Stein book and is the recipient of 48 poetry awards to date.
Join the Byros for a poetry reading and a lively discussion at the Library. Light refreshments will be served.