Stop by and play one of the oldest board games! Group will meet on a weekly basis.
Open enrollment – registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
To coincide with the Metro 28 Exhibit, Warwick resident Paul Belfanti will give a presentation on the history of City Without Walls (cWOW) and his 30-year association with it.
City Without Walls (cWOW) is an urban gallery for contemporary art that advances the careers of artists while building the audience for progressive art. It is New Jersey's oldest non-profit alternative art space, in continuous operation in the City of Newark since 1975. Its three-fold mission offers career development opportunities to artists and award-winning arts education programs to local youth, while providing the public the opportunity to understand and enjoy challenging contemporary art. cWOW showcases the work of over 100 emerging artists annually, and offers programs and services designed to address artist and community needs that are not served by other sources. cWOW serves as a vital clearinghouse for information and provides services for artists, arts consumers and arts advocates. Major educational programs include ArtReach, City Murals, and Newark New Media, which are complemented by exhibitions, curatorial opportunities, student lectures, internships, and space rental.
Registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
Dr. Cory Harris, Professor of Anthropology and Archeology at SUNY Orange, will present the findings of the 2012 SUNY Orange Archeological Field School Program that was held at Fuller Mountain Preserve in Warwick.
Go beyond composing and replying! Learn how to send attachments, create contact groups, and more! You must already have a Yahoo account prior to taking this class.
Enrollment limited to Warwick patrons until 10/11/12. After this date, open registration.
This widely acclaimed bestseller is the magical, epic tale of an extraordinary man who arrives in New York in 1740 and remains...forever. Through the eyes of Cormac O'Connor - granted immortality as long as he never leaves the island of Manhattan - we watch New York grow from a tiny settlement on the tip of an untamed wilderness to the thriving metropolis of today. And through Cormac's remarkable adventures in both love and war, we come to know the city's buried secrets - the way it has been shaped by greed, race and waves of immigration, by the unleashing of enormous human energies, and above all, by hope. ~Amazon
Whether you loved, liked, or loathed it, join in the discussion of one of the most popular YA novels of the last decade, The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. Copies of the book will be available at the Help Desk.