New players are always welcome - please stop by! Non-instructional; no registration necessary.
Cuious about joing a drama group but unsure about learning all those lines? The Library is introducing a new drama /theater program ~ "Acting for a Change" Improvisational Theater for Seniors. The program will be directed by Linda Richmond. No prior acting experience is necessary and because it is improv theater there are no scripts and no lines to learn.
Join us on June 4 for this reception to learn more about the program and to meet Ron Wiener, a community theater director from Leeds England. To kick-off the "Acting for a Change" program Ron is presenting his wildly popular "play in a day" drama workshop for senior adults on June 6.
Come and learn more about this terrific way to express your talents and develop your creativity and spontaneity
Join Joe McHugh as he chronicles his twelve-year search for the family of an Arican-American woman named Helen who cared for him when he was a child and who helped his family survive a family tragedy.
Combining his skills as a storyteller with projected images of family photographs, McHugh brings to life the experiences of two unique families and explores the mysterious and dynamic role grace plays in our lives.
Mary Ann Sacino, MS, Sp. Ed., Mary Anne Martin, OTR and Katie Wilson, OTR, will demonstrate infant massage on dolls. Infant massage is a way for you to gently nurture and spend time with your baby. Research suggests that infant massage may have various health benefits and
FOR INFANTS AGES BIRTH TO 1 YEAR
Only parents will perform massage strokes on their child; this program will take place in the Storytime Room.
Come to Library to play Canasta with other game enthusiasts. All skill levels are welcome. The group meets every Friday at 1pm. Questions? Please call the Help Desk at (845) 986-1047, ext. 3.
Book Hipsters will meet and discuss the books they've read recently, as well as old favorites. Meet other bookworms and discover new books to read.