Faith Wilkins will be signing copies of her follow up to Wacko Academy, Camp Wacko: The Drones of Summer.
One McFarland Drive, Warwick, NY 10990 | Phone: 845-986-1047 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Mon-Thu: 9am-8pm; Fri: 9am-7pm; Sat: 9am-5pm; Sun: 12pm-4pm
Learn from expert Professor Andrew Tomko about the periods of history reflected in and lived through by Cormac O'Connor in Pete Hamill's Forever. Light refreshments will be served.
Open enrollment - Registration not limited to Warwick cardholders.
In a remote mansion on the British isle of Jersey during World War II, a soldier's widow lives in darkened isolation with her two children, who suffer from extreme sensitivity to light. As three enigmatic new servants arrive, a chilling mystery unfolds.
Starring Nicole Kidman, Christopher Eccleston and Fionnula Flanagan; rated PG-13; 104 min.
Enrollment is limited to Warwick cardholders.
Basic Italian for business, sightseeing, dining and shopping. Monday evenings, through December 3rd (no classes on 10/8 and 1/22). Students are requested to have a copy of the book "Colloquial Italian" by Sylvia Lymbery.
Ages 18-36 months. This program is for two year olds and a parent or guardian. Classes be on Tuesdays Oct 2-Nov. 13-no class on Nov. 6. Registration will be Sept. 8-20 at the library. Please bring your library card.
For children entering Kindergarten in 2013. In this program we will enjoy stories, songs and a craft. We will also play games and learn concepts. Classes will meet Tuesdays October 2-November 13-No class on November 6. Registartin will be September 8-20 at the library. Bring your library card.
For ages 3-5. This storytime includes great books, fingerplays, songs and a fun craft. Classes will be Tuesdays Oct. 2-Nov. 13-No class on Nov. 6. Registration will be September 8-20 at the library. Bring your library card.
Heart of a Soldier is a story of bravery under fire, of loyalty to one's comrades, of the miracle of finding happiness late in life. Everything about Rick Rescorla's life came together on September 11th. In charge of security for Morgan Stanley, he successfully got all its 2,700 men and women out of the south tower of the World Trade Center. Then, thinking perhaps of soldiers he had held as they died while serviing in Vietnam, he went back one last time to search for stragglers.
Books are available at the library for checkout.