New players always welcome - please stop by! Non-instructional; no registration necessary.
One McFarland Drive, Warwick, NY 10990 | Phone: 845-986-1047 | Email: email@example.com
Hours: Mon-Thu: 9am-8pm; Fri: 9am-7pm; Sat: 9am-5pm; Sun: 12pm-4pm
Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, the author is unable to attend. The event has been rescheduled for December 6 at 6pm.
Click here to register. http://www.albertwisnerlibrary.org/FORMS/register1.php?eventID=1897
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.
The Teen Creative Writing Workshop meets weekly to hone participants' writing skills. Submit a writing sample to the Help Desk if you're interested in joining!
Open enrollment – registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
Madelyn Livoti-Garstak, Dan Potter, Marilynn Potter, Ray Sussmann, and Thomas Vaillancourt of Quintet Photographers Capturing Life will discuss their individual photographs, the craft of photography, and attempt to answer any questions on “How did we get that shot?” Bring your questions about photographic composition, camera techniques, camera equipment, lighting and posing, etc.
Open enrollment - registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
Join us at the Library as we watch and discuss the film Crash (R), winner of the 2005 Academy Award for Best Picture. The discussion will focus on the concepts of diversity, prejudice, violence and ethics, and help us to think about how we can become more self-aware and socially responsible.
The basic premise of Crash is that even though we come from different walks of life, we are all connected as people. Regardless of our skin color or ethnicity, we are more alike than different. WE often make prejudicial judgments of others, which disconnects and isolates us and inhibits our feelings of empathy. Moving unthinkingly at the speed of life, we are bound to collide, "crashing" into others and treating them disrespectfully and horrifically.
This program is dedicated to the memory of Kevin T. Kless, who was killed on January 14, 2012. Kevin was a graduate of Warwick Valley High School (Class of 2006) and Temple University (Class of 2010).