NOTE : THIS PROGRAM IS FULL, RESCHEDULED FROM JUNE 29.
Where to begin searching for your family's roots? Local history Librarian Sue Gardner will show the basics of the two genealogy services the Library offers, and participants will be able to use their own laptops or the Library's equipment to begin their family tree research. Registration is required, and space is limited to 10 participants. If you are not bringing your own laptop, please bring a "jump drive" on which to save your search results.
(2011) Starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Kurt Fuller. While on a trip to Paris with his fiance's family, a nostalgic screenwriter finds himself mysteriously going back to the 1920s every day at midnight. Rated PG-13; 94 min.
Have you ever wondered what life was really like for the people living in the Warwick area during the 17th, 18th or 19th centuries?
Using the concept of Time Travel, Dr. Jon Hunner, professor of History at New Mexico State University, will illustrate how historians, local history organizations and re-enactors use the sites and the stories of their local history to create engaging programs that bring the past to life.
In addition to illustrating the activities of the various Time Travel events in Estonia, Finland, Italy, Latvia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, and the United States, Dr. Hunner will also explain how to do Time Travel with examples from his university course in New Mexico. The program will be vividly illustrated with event photos.
Families can come to the library on Monday nights and make a craft together. This weeks craft: Cave Paintings and Fossils
**Crafts are recommended for children ages 5 and up**