Serving the Villages of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow
The Warner Library - 121 North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
Phone: (914) 631-7734 Fax: (914) 631-2324
Maureen Petry, Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
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A Three Session Workshop on:
FASHION DESIGN & ILLUSTRATION w/ Maureen Amaturo
Saturdays, March 8, 15 and 22
1 - 2:30 PM
Experienced instructor Maureen Amaturo will help you bring your design visions to life. Explore your imagination and sense of style by learning design basics, sketching techniques and color theory. Build a portfolio of apparel, jewelry and accessory designs with inspiration for today's hot trends and fashion publications. You will even talk about creating makeup looks that reflect fashion's current attitude to complete a total look.
Thursday, March 13th @ 7pm
Garden Lecture with Barbara Fischer presented by Little Gardens of Tarrytown in Celebration of 90 years of Nurturing and finding Common Ground.
Imagining the "Highlands of the Hudson" in Nineteenth-Century America
Thursday, March 27 at 7:00PM
A New York Council for the Humanities’ lecture by Stephen P. Rice
Along both sides of the Hudson River there is a stretch of scenic peaks that extends for twelve miles from Dunderberg Mountain (across from Peekskill) in the south to Storm King Mountain in the north. Today we call this region the Hudson Highlands, but in the nineteenth century they had a different formulation - the Highlands of the Hudson, the mountains of the river. Most people who viewed the Highlands did so from the steamboats and sailing vessels. These Highlands of the Hudson were a source of great inspiration for poets, painters, and other artists, such as Washington Irving and Thomas Cole,
Every Tuesday AARP Tax Aides will be at Warner Library to help with your tax forms.
Tax aides are available from 10AM--3PM.
Free of charge. First come first served.
Now through April 15th
Thursday, March 13, 2014
7:30 - 8:45 PM
Learn the latest updates and finesse your LinkedIn skills with the help of local expert Cheryl Williams.
A FREE Workshop. Bring your own laptop if you have one.
Registration is Requested by calling 914-631-7734 or visiting Reference.
Give the Gift of Life at the Library
Donate Blood for Patients at Phelps Memorial Hospital Weds., April 2 from 10-3.
Please call the Reference Desk at 631-7734 to sign up to give blood.
For more information call Phelps Blood Center at 366-3916
Monday, March 24, 2013
7 - 8:45 PM
Joan Lloyd will conduct her very popular workshop in making beaded earrings. For each pair you make, you're asked to create and donate a pair for the Women's Shelter. You can make as many pairs as you like. There's a terrific variety of materials to use in this FREE program for participants 18 years and up.
A WIN-WIN for all.
Backgammon Game Night
Thursday, April 3rd at 6:30 pm
Meet in Audubon Room to play with other local Backgammon players. Bring a board along if you have one.
Backgammon night is organized by a local member of the
US Backgammon Federation
Third Monday Crafts with Karen Ringen
Altoid Tins Art Kit
Using recycled candy tins, we will make an art kit you can take with you everywhere. Put the phone away and do something creative!
Must be 18 or older. Space is limited. Please call the Reference Desk to sign up 631-7734.