Play Group Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30 AM Nine week event series, 09/18 - 11/18 NO CLASS 10/04 Age range: Ages 2-5 years and a caregiver Kids are invited to play and build social connections with other children and tween volunteers during this program, which sees our room set up with learning goals in mind. We'll use play to explore science, math, literacy, and more. If weather and spaces allow, we may play outdoors. Registration is highly suggested. Join us for as many or as few classes as you are able, but please ONLY register for the dates you will attend. Due to the number of no-shows we have had at recent events, registration is now week by week. Drop ins will be accommodated whenever space is available, but advanced registration is preferred.
Members of the Pawling Library’s VounTeens group will be available to help senior citizens with computer-related questions and problems at this weekly session. Please bring your device and/or library card and a volunteer will work one-on-one with you. Appointments are not necessary.The help sessions will take place in the Teen Space. Walk-ins are welcome. To reserve a time, please contact Maureen Meltzer-McGrath.
This is a year-round volunteer opportunity for ages 11 & up. The group will meet twice a month to plan or work on service projects to benefit the Library and the Pawling community. Meeting dates: The first and third Wednesday of each month at 5 pm to 6:30 pm. There may be additional dates depending on the project. For questions or to apply, please contact Maureen Meltzer-McGrath, YA Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented by Marian Grudko Wednesday, November 1 7-8 pm Registration is required. You can register on the Pawling Library’s online calendar or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at email@example.com. You can also register by calling our library at 845-855-3444. Thank you. The sonnet may be the loveliest of all poetic forms. In Part I of our program, we will learn all about the sonnet form, and listen to examples by the masters William Shakespeare and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Did you know that 20th century poet Dylan Thomas also composed sonnets? This poetic form is still used in our present day. As homework, if you wish, you may prepare your own sonnet, to be shared with us when we meet again for Part II of the program. About our presenter: Marian Grudko is the author of Lucinda Snowdrop and Claudine: A Fairy Tale for Exceptional Grownups, co-authored with T.A. Young. Her poem, “Longing”, was selected for exhibit at Arts Mid-Hudson, as part of a juried show pairing poetry with art, sponsored by...