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Friday, April 12 at 1 pm


Popular Lecturer Dr. Leon Di Martino returns to Warner to tell the story of

Peggy Shippen Arnold.



Loyalist, love interest of a British spy master, and wife of revolutionary war hero turned traitor.

Delve into this fascinating tale of romance of betrayal.


Every Second Saturday of the Month @ 11 AM


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


Tuesday, April 17 at 5 PM/ Junior League Spelling Bee


Please contact Marian Randazzo for more information: mranda2925@aol.com


TEEN GAME NIGHTS!


3rd Thursday of every month @ 7 pm


April 18, And May 23 (4th Thursday)


Hang out with your friends!  Play games on our giant screen!


Play board games!  Cards!  Snacks and soda included.


Last Wednesday of Every Month
Noon to 1:30PM on the 3rd Floor


The Warner Library and Doctors United will be providing the following complimentary services for Library members at no charge:


  • Blood Pressure Screening

  • Computerized Digital Stress Analysis

  • Neck and Back Pain Screening

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Thursday, April 25, 2019


Refuge in Hell



Father Ron Lemmert will be here to share his experiences from his years as the Sing Sing Chaplain.


This is the story of an unusual parish -- drawn from the inmates of Sing Sing Prison -- told by their chaplain of sixteen years. Unsparing in his treatment of the brutalities of prison life, Fr. Lemmert chronicles the stories of the prisoners he served, revealing their humanity.


Fr. Lemmert's ministry began with the project of rebuilding the long-...

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Friday, April 26 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).


Thursday, May 2 at 7 pm


They Said It Couldn't Be Done: The '69 Mets, New York City, and the Most Astounding Season in Baseball History


Presentation by Author Wayne Coffey

Book Signing and Refreshments



 


WAYNE COFFEY is one of the country's most acclaimed sports journalists. A writer for the New York Daily News, he cowrote R. A. Dickey's bestselling Wherever I Wind Up and Carli Lloyd's...

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Saturday, May 4 at 11am


with Gourmand Award-winning cookbook author Rinku Bhattacharya



Rinku returns with a delicious demonstration of Indian Cuisine made easy with the Instant Pot pressure cooker. Samples will be available for attendees.


Signed copies of her book will be available for purchase.


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Every Second Saturday of the Month @ 11 AM


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


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