Wednesday, May 25 7-8 pm Click the link below to register for Poetry Reading with Linda McCauley Freeman or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/event/reserved-for-online-program-28/2022-05-25/ Poet Linda McCauley Freeman, author of the newly published book The Family Plot, will be sharing with us a selection of her poems during this interactive presentation. About our presenter: Linda McCauley Freeman is the author of the full-length poetry collection The Family Plot (Backroom Window Press, 2022) and has been widely published in international journals, including in a Chinese translation. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize 2022. Recently she appeared in Delta Poetry Review, Poet Magazine, Amsterdam Quarterly, and won Grand Prize in StoriArts’Maya Angelou poetry contest. She received a grant from Arts Mid-Hudson and was selected for Poets Respond to Art 2020, 2021 and 2022 shows. She was a three-time winner in the Talespinners Short Story contest judged by Michael Korda. She has an MFA from Bennington College and is the former poet-in-residence of the Putnam Arts Council. She lives in the...
Presented by Maya Gottfried Thursday, May 26 7-8 pm Click the link below to register for All About Veganism or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at email@example.com. https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/event/reserved-for-online-program-25/2022-05-26/ Many of us are curious about veganism but think it sounds way too difficult to actually dive in. Author of the lifestyle guidebook Vegan Love, Maya Gottfried thought the very same thing. Now she’s been vegan for more than a decade. In this introduction to veganism, Maya will share the compelling ethical, environmental, and health reasons to opt for a vegan lifestyle and share her favorite tips and tricks for everything from eating out at restaurants to buying leather-free fancy shoes, to navigating the holidays. Bring your curiosity and your questions! About our presenter: Maya Gottfried is the author of three children’s books, including Good Dog and Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary (both published by Knopf), as well as the adult nonfiction lifestyle guide Vegan Love. Her essays have appeared in media outlets including Oprah Daily, The Washington Post, and Stat (Boston Globe Media).
Wednesday, June 1 6:30-8:00 pm Click the link below to register for From Memory to Family Memoir or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/event/from-memory-to-family-memoir-online-program-5/2022-06-01/ Each of us has a wealth of memories. The goal of this once a month program is writing your life stories. At every gathering each person has 10 minutes to share a story with our group members in a very supportive environment. No one’s work and writing skills are ever critiqued. Your unique style of writing is the right way to write. Please join us every month. Relive your memories that will one day become your memoir. Surprise your family who’ve wanted you to do this. The biggest surprise you’ll find is recalling the stories of your life. We look forward to seeing you.
with Community Engagement Manager Joan Carl Tuesday, June 7 7-8 pm Click the link below to register for 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at email@example.com. https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/event/10-warning-signs-of-alzheimers-disease/2022-06-07/ Alzheimer’s and other dementias cause changes in memory, thinking and behavior that interfere with daily life. Join us to learn about 10 common warning signs and what to watch for in yourself and others. The one-hour program covers: * Typical age-related changes. * Common warning signs of Alzheimer’s. * How to approach someone about memory concerns. * Early detection, the benefits of a diagnosis and the diagnostic process. * Alzheimer’s Association resources. This program is being provided by the Alzheimer’s Association. For further information please call the Alzheimer’s Association at 800-272-3900.
Wednesday, June 8 2-3 pm Instructor: Tina Orgera Click the link below to register for Line Dancing or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/event/line-dancing-at-pawling-recreation/2022-06-08/ Do you enjoy line dancing or want to learn? It doesn’t matter whether you’re new to this or experienced. Spend an hour dancing while listening to a variety of tunes. Line dancing is not just entertainment, it’s also a good form of exercise. Please join us. Be good to yourself and have some fun. Joy is healthy, too! The Pawling Library is proud to be partnering with Pawling Recreation for this program. 2 Lakeside Dr, Pawling NY 12564 845-855-1131 Email: email@example.com http://pawlingrec.com
Presented by Ayurvedic and Naturopathic Physician Dr. Somesh N. Kaushik Tuesday, June 14 7-8 pm Click the link below to register for The Skeletal System or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/event/reserved-for-online-program-13/2022-06-14/ The skeletal system is made up of the bones (the skeleton), muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints, and other connective tissue that supports and binds tissues and organs together. Its primary functions include supporting the body, allowing motion, and protecting vital organs. It also is involved in the production of blood cells, storage of minerals, and endocrine regulation. While the adult human skeletal system includes 206 bones, the infantile skeletal system has many more, since not all of the bones have fused together yet. The mineral calcium helps your muscles, nerves, and cells work normally. If you do not get enough calcium in your diet, or if your body does not absorb enough calcium, your bones can get weak or will not grow properly. Your skeleton (bones) are a living organ. Teeth are not bones but are still part of...
05/20/2022, 5:30 PM Preteens & teens are invited to test their castle building and defense skills at this Nerf battle. We’ll build castles out of boxes to defend our “kings” from attack by the other kingdom. First kingdom to capture the opponent’s king is declared the winner. The Library will supply the boxes to build the castles and an assortment of Nerf weapon. Participants are welcome to bring their own Nerf toys. To be in the Library Annex or courtyard. Registration is required. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/king-of-the-castle-nerf-battle-registration-306003684257
Due to the Severe Storm Watch issued for Dutchess County by the National Weather Service, this afternoon’s meeting of Wide World of Stories for grades K-2 has been rescheduled for next Monday, 5/23, from 4:00 – 5:00 PM. In addition, the 5/30 meeting of the program will be moved to 6/6 due to Memorial Day closures. Wide World of Stories Kits will continue as scheduled. We appreciate your understanding of our abundance of caution in rescheduling. With questions or for more information, please contact us at email@example.com or 845-855-3444.
Wednesday, June 15 6:30-7:30 pm Click the link below to register for Inspiring Works by Women Writers (Book Club) or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/event/inspiring-works-by-women-writers-book-club-online-program-6/2022-06-15/ The book club will be discussing The Sisters Rosensweig, by Wendy Wasserstein. Are you interested in reading and discussing novels, plays, and poems by women? Then this is your Book Club! This is a fun opportunity to indulge in some great works by women writers. We will begin each discussion with a little background history and tidbits on each female writer. I’ll ask a few questions to get us started and then it’s an open forum. My hope is that together we gain a little more insight into these books (and perhaps the authors as well). Some of these books you may know well. Some may be books you always meant to read and never got around to! It does not matter how expert you are with the works or the authors. If you are passionate about discussing books and would like to build...
05/04/2022 @ 4:30 PM Remember the good ol’ days when you were little and a homemade card and a hug were the perfect Mother’s Day gift? Now that you’re a tween or teen, you might want to put a little more effort into your gifting without having to spend a lot of money. Join us for this program where we’ll make a selection of mom-worthy gifts for the special person in your life. For 5th grade & up. To be held in the Library Annex. Registration is required: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/crafternoons-mothers-day-diy-gifts-registration-305983614227