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.
Are you interested in video game design? Project Spark incorporates game design elements using a simple language named Kode. Collaborate with other teens and create your own RPG!
Join other enthusiasts for a fun-filled, lively evening.
Compete against other teens in a "Chopped" style cooking competition! You'll be challenged to make three traditional summertime favorites from the ingredients provided.
Family Central invites all new and expectant parents to join this support group to learn about infant care. Topics include feeding, sleeping, soothing and development in addition to the adjustment to parenting and balancing family life. Led by two experienced maternity nurses who are certified in childbirth education, lactation counseling and parenting education, this group will provide a place to meet other new parents and to learn the latest research information on infant care and child development.
Paula Spector is a registered nurse with an M.S. in Health Education. She has over 30 years of experience and is a certified childbirth educator ICEA, a certified lactation counselor and NYSPEP Parent Educator Level II.
Ellen Mahony is a registered nurse with an M.S. in Child/Maternal Health. She has over 30 years of experience and is a certified Childbirth Educator (Lamaze) and a certified counselor IBCLC.
Family Central is a grassroots movement based in Warwick, dedicated to safeguarding childhood and supporting family life.
Tell a Tall Tale - Hear stories about American heroes in tall tales. Learn how to tell a tall tale that continues to grow through painted story stones. Ages 7-10. Register beginning June 13th online or at the Children's Desk.
You are invited to join our Writer's Group to improve your writing, receive honest feedback and to give encouragement to aspiring writers. New members are always welcome!
This group is for adult members only.
Want to help make this year's Warwick Children's Book Festival the best ever? Our first- ever WCBF Teen Committee will help plan and create welcome baskets for over 50 visiting authors. The Festival won't be held until Saturday, Sept. 26th, but we have much to do! All Teen Committee members will receive community service credit for each hour of their help. Please join us!