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Saturday, February 8 @ 1 pm.

For centuries mehndi the art of henna painting on the body has been practiced in India, Africa, & the Middle East, where the henna plant is believed to bring love & good fortune, and to protect against evil.  Everyone will get his or her own henna tattoo.   (A permission form for minors MUST be filled out by parent/guardian.)



Sunday, February 9, 2pm-4pm

Celebrate Black History Month at Warner Library! Three talented artists return to showcase their artwork: Donald Whitely, Ella Hall, and Steven Ferri. Meet the artists at this open reception. All are welcome to attend.


Monday, February 10 @ 7 pm

Amanda MarinoDirector of Admissions, Living Learning Support Programs, Mitchell College

The session will:

  • Provide an overview of the learning and social support options...

Thursday, Febrary 13 @ 6 pm

Are you good at solving riddles & thinking outside the box?  These are the essential skills of a hacker.  Cybersecurity relies on “white hat” hackers to test out digital defenses against malicious attacks from “black hat” hackers.   Come see what it is all about!  For ages 12 and up.

Space is limited!   Sign up at the Information Desk or call 914-631-7734.

February 13, 2020 at 7 pm

                                          Warner Book Group Discussion

    All invited to join Warner Book Group 

    to discuss Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

    in the Reading Room

    Thursday, February 13 at 7 pm

      Books Available at the front desk one month prior to meeting.


3rd Thursday -- February 20 @ 7 pm

Teens come and hang with your friends and play board games, vidoe games on a giant screen, or on laptops.  Snacks!  Drinks!  FUN!


Mystery Book Group

Tuesday, February 25 at 11am

Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke

Bring a snack and share your thoughts with fellow mystery lovers. Meet in Room R by the Reference desk. Books are available at the Circulation desk one month prior to each meeting.



Wednesday, February 26 @ 3:30pm  

Drop in to the Teen Area & make a button or two. We provide the machine and the materials, you provide the creativity!

Thursday, February 27 at 7 pm/  Wayne Coffey will be at Warner Library to speak about the 1980 Olympic Hockey Team who beat the Russians in Lake Placid.  Wayne Coffey is the author of The Boys of Winter, an evocative account of the improbable American adventure in Lake Placid, New York. Drawing on hundreds of hours of interviews, he explored the untold stories of the U.S. upstarts, their Soviet opponents, and the forces that brought them together.  Refreshments.

Friday, February 28 at 10:15 AM

"If your life experiences are not recorded for your descendants, they will be lost forever."

This course will help participants record the significant events of their life in their own unique voice. Please join us for a welcoming and non-critical writing workshop. Free attendance.

To join the group for the first time, please write a paragraph about “Your Most Memorable Gift” and then sign up at the Reference Desk (631-7734).