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Fridays February 28--April 3, from 12pm--1:30pm


Eat a snack, drink some tea and enjoy some opera music and history with opera enthusiast Susan Grunthal.


Refreshments and opera will be provided. 


 


Tuesday, March 3 at 7 pm—Queen of the Sun
Cosponsored with FCWC (Federated Conservationists of Westchester) & SHEAC


In collaboration with Warner Library, TEAC, Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Council, has planned a monthly series of environmental-themed films starting in January, 2020. Acclaimed documentaries and informational programs that represent some of the most pressing issues that face our communities, from the climate crisis, carbon fuels, agriculture and food, to water and air quality and land use, will be shown.
 


Thursday, March 4 at 7 pm




Every First Thursday from 7pm to 8 pm  Individuals interested in business,

entreprenuership, self improvement, personal finance, getting feedback,

or simply seeking to learn new things.  


Come to our next discussion!

Next meeting Thursday, March 5, 2020

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with Westchester Library System Career Consultant Laurie Schulman


Join us for a reading and related activity of A Ride to Remember by Sharon Langley & Amy Nathan. Along with a musical performance by Yolanda Johnson. A Ride to Remember presents carousels as a metaphor for equality and fair treatment. No matter their color, a carousel’s horses “all go at the same speed as they circle round and round. They start together. They finish together, too. Nobody is first and nobody is last. Everyone is equal when you ride a carousel.” 


For the whole family. 


March 12, 2020 at 7pm


                                Warner Book Group Discussion


    All invited to join Warner Book Group 

    to discuss Growing Up by Russell Baker

    in the Reading Room

    Thursday,  March 12 at 7 pm


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


Mystery Book Group


Tuesday, March 17 at 11am


The Murder List by Hank Phillippi Ryan



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.


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Thursday, March 26, 7:30-8:30pm


All Aboard for a trip into the past featuring the history of the many railroad lines (and trolley lines) that once ran through Westchester county, and the 3 lines that have survived. Presented by Kent Patterson.


Kent Patterson is not only a railroad buff, he worked 38 years on railroads - Metro-North and earlier railroads as a tower operator, yardmaster, trainmaster, planner, and most recently, project manager.


Monday, March 30 at 7pm



Join our popular workshop led by instructor Cheryl Williams and get acquainted with one of the most important social media tools to help you promote yourself or your business.


Saturday, April 4 at 2pm


Take photos like a pro using your smartphone and the best apps with instructor Richard Laird.


All smartphone users welcome.


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