Teen Creative Writing Group will meet to discuss their writing.
Eric Person is setting a new standard in sound. For over twenty years, Eric has been committed to composing, recording and performing contemporary American music. He plays the alto and soprano saxophones and flute and is featured as a leader and sideman on more than 30 recordings. Eric studied at the St. Louis Conservatory of Music and has been active in the New York and international jazz scene for decades. His broad range of experience with Dave Holland, McCoy Tyner, Chico Hamilton, Ronald Shannon Jackson, the World Saxophone Quartet, and John Hicks, have all contributed greatly to his mature alto and soprano sound and his skills as an arranger and composer.
Join Eric for an evening of the standards from the artists you love - Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, John Coltrane and more!
Sponsored by the Albert Wisner Public Library Foundation.
Owls and Their Prey: learn about some local owls and about how they live and hunt their prey. Dissect an owl pellet and find out what the owl ate! For grades 2-5. Register beginning Sept. 5 online or in person at the Children's Desk.
The delightfully absurd Mad Hatter's Tea Party is beloved by readers of all ages, but the pages of English literature are steeped in tea-time scenes. Join tea expert and author, Elizabeth Knight, to learn about famous fictional characters, their favourite cuppas, and how to brew a proper pot of tea.
Create your very own Mad Hatter's tea party hat for prizes; refreshments will be served. Ages 12 and older.
Join us for an evening of Einstein related events! - a screening of the the film, Einstein's Big Idea, followed by a Q & A with Bill Makofske, Ed Sattler and Chuck Holmes; an Einstein look-a-like contest for all ages; a display of student science projects and art related to Einstein's theories. Refreshments will be served.
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.
2010) Starring Amy Adams and Matthew Goode. This romantic comedy follows one woman’s determined quest to get married to the perfect guy…despite what fate has in store for her. When their four-year anniversary passes without a marriage proposal, Anna decides to take matters into her own hands. Investing in an Irish tradition that allows women to propose to men on February 29th, Anna decides to follow her boyfriend, Jeremy, to Dublin and get down on one knee herself. Rated PG; 100 min.