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

 

Kathryn W. Davis Silent Art Auction

Paintings available for viewing online and in-person at the Warner Library - 3rd floor.
Bid numbers available at the Reference Desk - (914) 631-7734.

 

 

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Wednesday, April 1 @ 3 pm in the Children's Room:


 


Join us for a fun, music-filled show with Nora Maher. Stories, songs and movement for babies - 6 year olds.


 



'Craft Unique Designs' with Melanie Rose
            Thursday, April 2, 2015

                     3 - 4:15 PM

Thursday, April 2, 2015

             6 - 8 PM


Test your gaming skills against friends and classmates at our Video Game Night playing Super Smash Bros. tournament style.  

Spectators welcome as well as 'gamers'.  Lots of snacks and prizes for the winning players.


 


Monday, April 6th  at 6 pm  


Demystifying Medicare and Healthcare Coverage for Seniors

Monday, April 16, 2015                     Placemaking in Our Community


 

A Program for Adults and Young Adults

            Thursday, April 16, 2015

                     7 - 8:45 PM


Beading expert Joan Lloyd will show you how to make unique and beautiful beaded earrings.  A wide assortment of materials enables everyone to expand their creativity.  For every pair you make, you donate a pair to the Women's Shelter.  This FREE PROGRAM is a Win-Win for all.  

Thursday, April 23rd at 7 pm


 

Saturday, April 25 at 2:30 PM



Dylan Human and his Band, playing a mix of original music and covers with James Landrum, guitar, Seth Nicholson, electric bass, and Andrew Porta, drums.


 


Travel to Spain: The Art of Flamenco  

Monday, April 27 at 7PM


 


What happened to Lincoln after he was shot? How many co-conspirators did Booth have? Were they caught or did they get away with murder?


The Presidency of Abraham Lincoln is well-documented but never ceases to intrigue, engage and inspire debate. 150 years after Lincoln’s life Read More

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