Learn how to create documents using Microsoft Word in this two-session class for beginners. Mouse skills required.
Go beyond composing and replying! Learn how to send attachments, create contact groups, and more! You must already have a Yahoo account prior to taking this class.
Enrollment limited to Warwick patrons until 10/11/12. After this date, open registration.
This widely acclaimed bestseller is the magical, epic tale of an extraordinary man who arrives in New York in 1740 and remains...forever. Through the eyes of Cormac O'Connor - granted immortality as long as he never leaves the island of Manhattan - we watch New York grow from a tiny settlement on the tip of an untamed wilderness to the thriving metropolis of today. And through Cormac's remarkable adventures in both love and war, we come to know the city's buried secrets - the way it has been shaped by greed, race and waves of immigration, by the unleashing of enormous human energies, and above all, by hope. ~Amazon
Whether you loved, liked, or loathed it, join in the discussion of one of the most popular YA novels of the last decade, The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. Copies of the book will be available at the Help Desk.
Meet the artists particpating in our "Forever" Community Art Show now on exhibit on the Main Level of the Library. Refreshments will be served in the Gallery on the Lower Level.
Stay for a showing of the film "In America" (R) in the Community Room at 7pm. Click on the link to read about the film and to register.
These events are part of our month-long celebration of Pete Hamill's book "Forever," and of the immigrant experience.
Open enrollment: Registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
Starring Samantha Morton and Paddy Constantine. From Academy Award Nominee Jim Sheridan comes this deeply personal and poignant tale of a poor Irish family searching for a better life in America. Through the eyes of their spunky daughters, two anguished parents find hope and the ability to once again believe in love and magic....even amidst the dangers of New York's harrowing Hell's Kitchen. Rated R; 104 minutes.
Part of the month-long celebration of Pete Hamill's masterpiece, Forever and the immigrant experience.