Warner Library - 121 North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
Phone: (914) 631-7734 Fax: (914) 631-2324
Maureen Petry, Director - 
director@warnerlibrary.org

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Our popular Mini-Golf event is back on Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 10am to 8pm

Come play a round of golf!

You may now purchase your tickets online!

Library Closed Sunday, September 24 for clean up.

 

The Opening of the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge 

 

 

Armando “Chick” Galella of Sleepy Hollow, a World War II veteran who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor, driving in a 1955 Corvette with Gov. Andrew Cuomo across the new Tappan Zee Bridge.

 

                                  

              A Mobile Print Service                                  Wi-Fi Hotspots now available!

 

Beyond the Doors

Buckle your Seat Belt to Go Beyond the Doors!

A Dramatic Reading and Book Signing with Author, Actor and Storyteller David Neilsen 




Fans of A Series of Unfortunate Events and Coraline will devour this dark and creepy, humor-laced tale about four siblings who discover a mysterious world where secrets hide around every corner.


Book signing and refreshments to follow.


Join us for this new monthly discussion group comprised of entrepreneurs, small business owners, managers, business leaders, and those who are simply interested in continued learning and growth - covering a combination of newly published and classic business books. October's book will be Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal NewportNo business experience necessary! Discussion open to all.  


First meeting...

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Food Changes Everything
Saturday, October 7, 1-2:30pm

Nutrition Health Coaches Shanti Urreta and Ken Goldfarb will discuss the newest in 21st Century disease prevention, including whole-food plant-based diet and the Immune system/epigenetics. Your food choices are the single most important factor in determining your long-term health. Learn why!

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Library Closed for Columbus Day


Paris Can Wait                 October 11, 2pm
When her director husband is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Gallic rogue who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. The first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis and director of the "Apocalypse Now" documentary "Hearts of Darkness".

Stars: Diane Lane, Alec Baldwin, Arnaud Viard                                PG | 1h 32min  2017



 Act One
Few have captured the magic of the theater better than Moss Hart, a poor kid from the Bronx who became a lion of Broadway. Now James Lapine reinvents Hart's memoir for the stage, creating a world as vivid and transformative as the stage itself. Starring Tony Shalhoub and Andrea Martin.

 
(2h 20min.  Live from Lincoln Center,  aired: 11/13/15)


Thursday, October 12, 2pm


 


Discover the Natural Splendor of Ecuador 

with


Dr. Carole C. Griffiths

Associate Professor of Biology at Long Island University


Thursday, October 12 @ 7:00 pm


Ecuador has over 1600 bird species.  In comparison, North America and Central America, an area 90 times the size of Ecuador, has only 987 species.  Learn about the amazing amount of biodiversity in Ecuador, and see visual presentations of some of the most beautiful and unusual birds (and other wildlife) from the Ecuadorian Amazon and Andes and from the Galapagos Islands.


A wonderful presentation for students as well as adults.


 


Thursday, October 12 @ 7:15 pm in the Reading Room:


Legendary storyteller Jonathan Kruk presents “Ghost Stories of Sleepy Hollow."  Older children, teens and adults will hear the full tale of wailing spirits and witches mentioned in “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", and learn the mysterious origins of the Headless Horseman!


 


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Saturday, October 14, 2017 @ 11am


Anyone interested in writing fiction or nonfiction is encouraged to attend. Novelists, poets, playwrights, short-story writers, memoir writers, biographers or journalists are welcome. Current members range from a foundry worker to a college physics professor. Published authors will participate regularly with talks and tips.


The group meets the second Saturday of each month at 11am.


Please sign up at the Reference Desk 631-7734


Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with rhymes and tales for all.


Decorate paper skulls and more.  


Celebra la Herencia Hispana con ritmas y cuentos para todos. Decora una calavera de papel y más.


 


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