Friendship by Marcy Talbot
Summer's Gift by Leila Noueiled
Moon in Water by Roslyn Fassett
Wonderment by Madelyn Livoti-Garstak
Covid Selfie by Diane Kominick-Ouzoonian
The Pause by Liz Parkinson
Baird Gristmill at Sunrise by Angelo Marcialis
Lobsterville by Kevin Unick
The Healing Power of Art: Community Art Show 2020
The Quieter You Become, the More You Can Hear by Pat Foxx
Little Vixens by Shelley Meisler
True Friendship by Shelby Conneely
Henry by Mary Bono
Wunsch Blumen by Toni Kreusch
Dotty by Karen Segboer
Foraging, Firebuilding & Feasting by Amy Lewis Sweetman
Storm King by Cathe Linton
Being, Seeing, Seen by Ellen MacDonald
I See Spring! by Elaine Norman
It's A Beautiful Morning by Mary Shields

Our Mission

The Albert Wisner Public Library is the community's favorite place to meet, discover, learn and connect.

Library Hours

Monday:  10am - 5pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:  10am - 7pm
Friday:  10am - 5pm
Saturday:  12pm - 5pm

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Library Announcements

* Annual Appeal 2020/2021Keeping Us Together While We Are Apart  Thank you for considering a donation to AWPL's annual appeal, which supports the Library's programs and collections.  To contribute, please click the link above to print a donation form, or simply use the gold Donate button at the top of any page. 

* The Three Bs of Music (Session 1 of 3) - Back to Bach:  Wednesday, December 2, 6:00pm-7:30pm on Zoom.  Johann Sebastian Bach literally and figuratively wrote the book on how music works.  More than 300 years ago he outlined the forms, harmonies, progressions that we use today.  His influence is everywhere.  Join musician and educator Barry Wiesenfeld to listen to some of the remarkable works J.S. Bach left us, and learn why they are so remarkable.  Click here to register.  A Zoom link will be sent via email shortly before the program. 

* Chair Yoga Continues:  Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing while using the chair for support.  It is beneficial if you are a beginner or have limited mobility.  Sara Gallman is a health and wellness professional who has been teaching yoga and fitness classes for 35 years.  Please register for each session individually - all are on Wednesdays at 9:00am:  12/2, 12/9 and 12/16.

* The Three Bs of Music (Session 2 of 3) - Learning Ludwig:  Wednesday, December 9, 6:00pm-7:30pm on Zoom.  2020 marks the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth, and there are celebrations worldwide. This colossus of music took the aural world that he was born into, mastered it, and then shouted, "OK, everyone, follow me!" leading the way to a new era.  In this presentation, we'll talk about and listen to some of Beethoven's great work.   And we'll also explore the person behind the genius:  his upbringing, his love/hate of the metronome, what event caused him to give greater depth (pardon the pun) to his bass lines, how deep his frustration with his deafness really was, and his influence on the musical world around him.  Click here to register.  A Zoom link will be sent via email shortly before the program.

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