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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Monday, March 5, 2018 at 7 pm

Sing like a Pro, Speak with Ease

with Ronnie Sarrett Lederman

This Voice Workshop is designed to explore the interdependence of your speaking voice, your personal expression, the breath and your body. Learning how to open up the voice is often a life-changing and liberating experience. The process is one of open exploration and incorporates the whole person— mind, body and spirit.


AARP Tax-Aide volunteers will be at the Warner Library every TUESDAY, from February 6, through April 17, 2018,  from 10am to 3pm. Certified counselors help people with low- and moderate-income, with special attention to those age 60 and older, on a first-come, first-serve basis. The library is wheelchair accessible.

Please bring the following with you when you come:

  • Copy of last year’s income tax return(s);

  • W-2 forms from each employer;

  • Unemployment compensation statements;

  • SSA-1099 form if you were paid...

Thursday, March 8 at 7 pm

Organic Gardening 101 with Deb Taft of Mobius Farms

Learn what to consider in planning a garden, from choosing a site to selecting crops, quantities to grow for your family, and when to get started.  What does it take to turn a path of your lawn into a garden plot?  We’ll talk about siting requirements, turf removal, soil analysis and amendments.  Is it best to build boxed beds, a raised bed or just plant in a smooth piece of ground?  We’ll look at all of these options and more.  We’ll take time to talk about your specific challenges.  Leave with copies of Deb’s favorite seed catalogs....


Saturday, March 10, 2018 @ 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

Saturday, March 10 @ 3 pm on the 3rd floor:


Rolie Polie Guacamole! You won’t want to miss this musical group’s first appearance at Warner. They are Parents’ Choice award winners, and incorporate fun, fresh and smart lyrics in a style appealing to kids and adults alike.  Join us for an awesome afternoon of music for kids and their grown-ups.


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Know the basics before you hit the trails!

Where can I go hike?


Hiking 101



Driving Miss Daisy  Thursday March 15, 2pm
Tony Award winners Angela Lansbury, James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines star in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Alfred Uhry, which was a hit on Broadway in 2010. The play is a timeless, searing, funny, and ultimately hopeful meditation on race relations in America, told through the complex relationship between a Jewish widow and an African-American man who works has her chauffeur.  Aired: 07/17/15 Rating: NR   1h 23m 

Friday, March 16 at 7 PM

Join a new discussion group exploring the philosophy of Eckhart Tolle. During this first meeting the group will watch a short film and discuss on the topic of Managing Self-Expectation and Anger.

Please sign up at the Reference Desk: (914) 631-7734

Thursday,  March 22, 2018 at 7pm

Drug Abuse and Co-Occuring Disorders

Let’s talk about COD (co-occurring disorders) - the combination of one or more mental health challenges and substance misuse/addiction – that impacts the lives of more than 10.2 million and their families! The national prescription drug and heroin epidemic makes headlines daily, but for each youth and family impacted there was a time before substance misuse/...