LIBRARY HOURS / HORARIO DE LA BIBLIOTECA

10-6 Monday-Thursday

10-5 Friday

10-1 Saturday

 For Library card questions, call us @ 631-7734 or email tarcirc@wlsmail.org

 Please return all outstanding library materials to the book drop. Returned items will be checked in after a quarantine period. Normal due dates have resumed.

 

Warner Patrons may bring one box of donated books to the library on Tuesdays between 10 am and 2 pm. 

Proof of local residency will be requested at time of donation.

 

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Warner Library Online Book Group Discussion

The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

Thursday, November 12 at 7 pm

Books available at check-out desk.

Digital books available through Overdrive at the link below.

https://westchester.overdrive.com/westchester-warner/content/search?query=american+pastoral


 


Please email mpetry@wlsmail.org for a Zoom invite.  All welcome!


Sunday, November 15 at 2 PM


Revolutionary Westchester 250, Warner Library, and The Historical Society present Revolutionary Tarrytown: Traitors and Spies, Patriots and Allies, British Boats and Hessian Ghosts!, with Dr. Erik Weiselberg, Principal Historian of Revolutionary Westchester 250.  Contact Maureen Petry at mpetry@wlsmail.org with the subject "Revolutionary Tarrytown registration" for a Zoom invite.


Monday, Nov. 16, 2020


College Admissions Timeline


C2 Education


You’ll learn about how admissions officers view the various components of the college application, and what to do to impress them! From standardized test scores to interviews to the essay, college applications are a complicated enterprise. 


Please email lshirley@wlsmail.org for webinar access.


Tuesday, November 17 at 7 PM/ Sleepy Hollow Stories with Author Henry Steiner


Join Henry Steiner who will discuss his new book of Historical anecdotes, events, places and people with Historian Sara Mascia. Contact mpetry@wlsmail.org for a Zoom invite.


Mummies and More: Discovering Ancient Egypt


Wed. Nov. 18, 2020 at 4 PM


 


A unique introduction to the art and archaeology of Ancient Egypt with your very own Egyptologist! Marisa recounts little-known facts, tidbits and stories to help you truly discover this fascinating culture.


Please email lshirley@wlsmail.org for webinar access.


Babysitting 101 - Two 1.5 hour webinars. Must attend both to receive your certificate.


Tues. Dec 1, 2020 at 5 PM


 


Learn the basics of Babysitting with Amanda Tucker. Must attend both workshops to receive your certificate. The second workshop will be held Weds. Dec. 2 at 5:00 pm.


Participants will learn interviewing tips, communication skills, ages and stages of young babies and toddlers, safety and first aid tips, and feeding and caring for children, including diaper changing. In addition, with heightened precautions due to COVID-19, babysitters will learn steps he or she can take to decrease the spread of the virus as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Such precautions include taking their temperature, wearing gloves and a mask, using hand sanitizer, and washing hands...

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Babysitting 101 - Two 1.5 hour webinars. Must attend both to receive your certificate.


Weds. Dec. 2 at 5 PM


Learn the basics of Babysitting with Amanda Tucker. Must attend both workshops to receive your certificate. Participants will learn interviewing tips, communication skills, ages and stages of young babies and toddlers, safety and first aid tips, and feeding and caring for children, including diaper changing. In addition, with heightened precautions due to COVID-19, babysitters will learn steps he or she can take to decrease the spread of the virus as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Such precautions include taking their temperature, wearing gloves and a mask, using hand sanitizer, and washing hands regularly. Participants will also learn symptoms to look for.


 


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Thursday, December 3 at 7pm


Author Andrea Kott will discuss her book Salt on a Robin's Tail via Zoom. Register online at: https://bit.ly/3kKS5Vg


Amazon.com: Salt on a Robin's Tail: An Unlikely Jewish Journey Through  Childhood, Forgiveness, and Hope eBook: Kott, Andrea: Kindle StoreAndrea Kott thought of herself as “the welfare Jew.” The daughter of a single mother whose depression and drinking pitched them into poverty, her stormy life looked nothing like that of the Jewish kids she knew: It defied every stereotype she associated with being Jewish—...

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Atriums, Amphitheaters and Arches: Architecture of Ancient Rome


 


Wednesday, December 16 @ 4 pm


 


The ancient Romans were innovative architects and engineers who invented building methods still in use today. Let's look at Roman monuments and other famous landmarks constructed in the Roman architectural style. We will learn about the architectural innovations that changed the world and...

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Atriums, Amphitheaters and Arches: Architecture of Ancient Rome


Weds. Dec. 16 at 4 PM


The ancient Romans were innovative architects and engineers who invented building methods still in use today. Let's look at Roman monuments and other famous landmarks constructed in the Roman architectural style. We will learn about the architectural innovations that changed the world and enabled these monuments to survive thousands of years.


 


Please email lshirley@wlsmail.org for webinar access.


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