Different age level board games will be available to play in the activity room. An adult must be present to supervise. For ages 3 and up.
In days gone by, getting your portrait taken by a photographer was a big event and called for turning out in a very special outfit. A group of unidentified glass plate negatives of local Warwick residents was donated in recent years by Duane Joslyn to the Warwick Historical Society. A selection of these negatives has been scanned and an exhibit created on the Hudson River Heritage website by volunteer Dianne Aimone and costume historian Mimi Sherman. This is a joint program of the Albert Wisner Public Library and the Historical Society of the Town of Warwick.
For ages 18-36 mos. Sing, clap, move and groove with Melinda Burgard, music therapist. Registration begins Feb. 19 at the library. Registration must be in person and a library card is required.
Hosted by the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce, this workshop will be presented by life coach Anna Gibbs. The program is free and open to the public. Register on the Chamber's website: www.warwickcc.org. Following is a description of the workshop:
Successful business people understand that face-to-face meetings and relationship-building is the most effective method to gain appointments, close sales and meet decision makers. Those face-to-face meetings are made possible by making powerful connections.
Networking is an art and it is an important life skill. Are you ready to take networking beyond the basics? Some of the things we will explore during this seminar:
· Networking Basics
· Taking networking beyond the basics
· Making strong connections
· The art of conversation
· Identifying who should be in your network
· Developing ways to keep in touch
· Some do’s & don’ts
Please visit the children's room between Sat. March 19 and Thurs. March 31 to register for spring storytimes. A valid Warwick Library card is required at the time of registration. Notification will be by postcard after March 31. Storytimes will begin the week of April 11 2011.
This is the second of two sessions in which participants create a beautiful tole painted Shaker box. You must have attended the first session to register for this one.