Come and play Canasta at the Library with other enthusiasts!
Job seekers desiring one-on-one help with their resume and cover letter can reserve a free, 30-minute private session with Gregg Knowles, career counseling consultant. This service will be available from 9:00 AM -12:00 PM.
Individuals may drop-in and will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis as time permits. To reserve a free 30-minute consultation call 986-1047 ext. 3 or stop by the Help Desk.
Gregg Knowles is a consultant who specializes in workforce training, career coaching, and resume writing. He is also the facilitator of the Warwick Career Transition Group in Warwick, NY. He has over 25 years of human resources experience including recruiting/talent acquisition, organizational development, training, compensation, and employee relations.
Learn about materials, techniques, and the color wheel. No experience necessary. There is a $10 materials fee due at the time of in-person registration at the Help Desk.
Registration is limited to Warwick patrons until 10/26; open registration after this date.
Yoga has many benefits - balance, coordination, strength, and flexibility. Yoga helps to reduce stress and quiet the mind. Join us for a 90 minute workshop suitable for all adults, both young and old. No previous yoga experience is necessary. Participants should bring their own yoga mat if possible.
Explore musical conversations through the ages...eavesdrop in the Austrian courts, mourn a tragic Italian prince, and get swept away in a Russian romance.
This concert is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Neuman.
Students will learn basic Italian vocabulary, phrases and grammar. Italian culture and customs will also be included. Great for the basic conversation necessary for travel.
There will be an opportunity to practice pronunciation and to have fun while learning. Individual practice at home is encouraged. This is a ten-session class; attendance at all sessions is encouraged.
Join the non-fiction book club in discussing the selection for November, Matterhorn: A Novel of Vietnam by Karl Marlantes. Copies are available; ask at the Circulation Desk. All are welcome!