Anime Club will meet to watch and discuss manga and anime. Open to ages 13 and up.
Maria Konnikova’s “Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes” may not make you a master detective, as the publisher notes, but it will teach you how to “observe, not merely see,” a prerequisite to thinking like the great man...If deduction and synthesis are a challenge, learning to observe may be even harder. Ms. Konnikova, a science writer based in New York, distinguishes between the Watson system (the natural tendency to believe what we see and hear) and the Holmes system. Teaching the Holmes system is the object of this book. - NY Times
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.
Participants will learn standing meditation, simple qigong exercises and some basic taijiquan postures. Classes are limited to 30; dress in comfortable clothing.
Join us for series of improvistional workshops to be scheduled throughout the summer under the direction of Linda Richmond. She will lead participants through developing characters and scenarios from their imaginations and experiences to improvising a play around common themes. No prior acting experience is necessary and there is no script, so you don’t have to learn lines!
A play developed from these summer workshops will be performed for the community at the Library in the fall. Please call the Help Desk at 986-1047, ext. 3 to register for the workshops. This program is open to all seniors residing the WVCSD.