Sing & play instruments.
10 - 35 months w/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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Reaching for the Moon (2013) Bruno Barreto’s biopic - based on Carmen Oliveira’s 1995 best-seller, Rare and Commonplace Flowers: The Story of Elizabeth Bishop and Lota de Macedo Soares - stars Miranda Otto and Glória Pires. Set largely in Petrópolis (north of Rio de Janeiro) between the years 1951 and 1967, it chronicles the tragic and tumultuous love affair between the American poet and Brazilian architect. Not Rated: 1 hour 58 minutes. Poet Laurie Byro to introduce the film.
Howard Horowitz will read “The Wawayanda Watershed” and other poems.
He is a Professor Emeritus in Geography from Ramapo College, and has written about forestry and environmental science as well as poetry. Howard Horowitz is the Author of “Close to the Ground”, a book of tree planting poems. Horowitz is famous for creating cartographic works that visually integrate geography, history and poetry. Horowitz creates beautiful poems and then structures them around the shape or form of what the poem is about. The most famous example of this technique is his poem “Manhattan” that was published in the New York Times.
Come and meet new friends and join in on a game that is played all over the world. Mahjongg enthusiasts of all skill levels are invited to play every Tuesday from 10am to 1pm. The sessions are open-ended and participants can play as many or as few games as they wish. Players with mahjongg sets are encouraged to bring them, as the Library has only a limited number to loan. This program is free, ongoing and open to players from all communities.
Sustainable World Book Group meets on Zoom each month. For more information, contact the Help Desk at (845)986-1047 ext.3
November 14th - Fire Weather: a True Story from a Hotter World by John Vailant
December 12th - The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating by Elisabeth Tova Bailey
January 9th - The Parrot and the Igloo by David Lipski
February 13th - Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
March 12th - Summer by Ali Smith
April 9th - An Immense World by Ed Yong
Create a masterpiece dedicated to an animal available for adoption at the Warwick Valley Humane Society. Art pieces will be displayed in the library and at show during a visit from members of the Humane Society on Saturday, July 29th.