Create a workbook using Microsoft Excel in this two-week class for beginners. Mouse skills required.
Mary Makofske will lead a discussion of Eaarth by Bill McKibben, fourth book in our Earthwise series.
Eaarth declares that we have already changed the earth we evolved on, so it will be much less hospitable, and must lower our impact and learn to cope with challenging conditions. Though he summons alarming data and projections, McKibben believes we can build a sustainable future.
Copies available at the Library.
Donna Reis is the author of the forthcoming poetry collection No Passing Zone and the chapbook Certain. Her non-fiction book, Seeking Ghosts in the Warwick Valley was published in 2003. She is co-editor and contributor to Blue for Bill: A Tribute to William Matthews.
When not touring nationally, Tom Miller is playing bass for The City Ramblers, Tom does freelance gigs in Boston and New York. He has written and produced soundtrack music for PBS
Following the reading their will be an open mic session for member so the audience to share their poetry or the work of their favorite poet.
Stop in to the children's room to build a Lego creation. Bring a parent or a friend along to join in the fun! Lego creations will be put on display at the library after the program. This is a drop-in program and no registration is necessary.