Saturday Morning Drop-in Storytime- for families. Hear stories, sing songs and make a craft.
Talk-It-Up- Read together the Newbery/Caldecott winner "Last Stop on Market Street", with the themes of volunteerism and generosity. We will make craft kits to donate to other children. Grades K-3. Register online or at the children's desk beginning Sept. 10.
Meet local artist Stefan Dykstra. Stefan works in both abstract concepts and folk-art landscapes. His abstracts are a study in color and form, with underpinnings in science fiction and architecture. His landscapes are influenced by his love of waterside villages from past travels and memories of childhood. Stefan works with acrylic paint on plywood.
Stefan is a 56-year-old professional woodworker who co-owns his business with his wife, Ranny. Originally from the Garden State, he has also lived in Michigan and Seattle. Currently, he resides in the house he designed and built 30 years ago in Warwick. He began his journey as a craftsman in his early years. He experimented with architecture and design through furniture creation and abstract drawings using a rapidograph and pencil on paper. Recently he has expanded his art by delving into color.
Stefan's paintings will be on display in the Board Room throughout the month of November.
The Library's Senior Improv Players tackle one of the Bard's most beloved works - with a twist of course! Join us for an afternoon of delightful drama!
This program made possible by a generous gift from Glenn P. and Susan D. Dickes and the Albert Wisner Public Library Foundation.
(2016) Starring Kate Beckingsale. Lady Susan Vernon takes up temporary residence at her in-laws' estate and, while there, is determined to be a matchmaker for her daughter Frederica—and herself too, naturally. Rated PG; 92 min.
Preschool Spanish Club - Join teacher Joyce Schenkman for some fun learning basic Spanish. Ages 3-5. Register online or at the Children's Desk, beginning September 10.