Adult Program Spotlight

The Music and Influence of Pete Seeger

Apr 16th, 2015 | By | Category: Adult Program Spotlight

Thursday, 4/23, 7:30 PM With an emphasis on music and its power to connect, join us as we celebrate the legacy of one of folk music’s iconic singer-songwriters, Pete Seeger. Come ready to have fun, audience participation will be encouraged!

Celebrate National Poetry Month with Barbara Henry

Mar 31st, 2015 | By | Category: Adult Program Spotlight

Thursday, 4/16, 7 PM April is National Poetry Month! Local author, speaker and poet, Barbara J. Henry, will be reading poems from her book, Coming Full Circle and selected poems written after Circle’s publication. Join in the fun! Bring a one to two minute personal poem to read or a poem of the same length […]

One Earth Film Festival Pre-Screening

Feb 11th, 2015 | By | Category: Adult Program Spotlight

Thursday, 2/26, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM See the changing face of farming through three short films that take a look at unconventional approaches to agriculture and our local food economy. Features include: “Lexicon of Sustainability”, “Brooklyn Farmer: A Portrait Urban Farming” and “Portrait of an Urban Beekeeper”. Discuss the future of agriculture, urban farming and […]

Best Train Trips in Europe

Jan 13th, 2015 | By | Category: Adult Program Spotlight

Saturday, 2/7, 2 PM Ever wanted to take a special train trip in Europe? Author/photographer/travel writer Don Heimburger tells about the magic of riding trains such as the Glacier Express, the high-speed Spanish AVE, and the Furka Steam Railway in the high Swiss Alps. Climb aboard as we journey down the tracks to a number […]

Downton Abbey: Centuries in the Making

Dec 21st, 2014 | By | Category: Adult Program Spotlight

Sunday, 1/11, 2-3 PM Excited for the new season of Downton Abbey?  So are we!  That’s why we invited landscape historian and educator Barbara Geiger back to the library to give her popular lecture on Downton Abbey. The aristocratic way of life that had evolved at places like Downton Abbey was declining by the time […]