Hear a story then prepare a related recipe together.
For ages 3-5 with a caregiver.
THE LIBRARY WILL OPEN AT 12:00 NOON ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 IN ORDER TO ALLOW TIME FOR STAFF TRAINING IN THE MORNING.
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Join Reuben Fast Horse for a celebration of Native American culture and music.
Reuben Fast Horse has been an educator for 25 years teaching, culturally performing and lecturing students preschool through college. He has traveled to five countries - Australia, New Zealand, Canada, England and Germany - as a Cultural Ambassador for the Lakotah Nations.
AWPL Classic Monday – Mildred Pierce (1945) Stars Joan Crawford – for which she deservedly won the Oscar for Best Actress - as Mildred Pierce, a hard-working mother and successful restauranteur who supports her spoiled daughter, Veda (Ann Blyth) truly one of the most entitled, obnoxious, evil daughters in cinematic history. Also stars Zachary Scott as Mildred’s slimy, hard-drinking beau - Monte Beragon; and Eve Arden as Ida Corwin, Mildred’s sharp-tongued, cynical best friend (classic line: Personally, Veda's convinced me that alligators have the right idea. They eat their young). Not Rated: 1 hour, 51 minutes.
We exist in a moment of shifting male identity. The questioning of long-standing norms about male gender identity may leave some feeling as if their thoughts and feelings are not valid or worth sharing. Others may fear coming off as too dominating. Internalizing one’s thoughts and feelings, however, can be problematic. If these important issues pertain to your male identity, join Anthony Gonzalez, a mental health counseling intern and student at SUNY New Paltz, for weekly group discussions. With a mind toward creating healing dialogues, we will create a safe space in which to broach these subjects.
For information on voter registration and voting locations, visit www.orangecountygov.com/elections or call the Orange County Board of Elections at (845) 360-6500 and speak with either Commissioner Louise B. Vandemark or Commissioner Courtney Canfield Greene.