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Barbara Fink posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Someone left a Samsung USB charger at the library in the Young Adult area on Sunday March 12. Please phone the library Help Desk to retrieve it. 845-986-1047 x3.
Lenore posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 1 month, 1 week ago
ALBERT WISNER PUBLIC LIBRARY
Library Clerk/Page – Part Time Children’s Dept (10-15 hrs per week)
Schedule for evenings and weekends. Hourly wage $11/hr. HS Diploma or equivalency is required.
For more information contact Stacy Kraai 986-1047 x4.
Kathleen Georgalas posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 2 months ago
Improvisational Theater Performance at the Library
Acting for a Change Senior Improvisational Theater group invites you to join them on Saturday January 28 at the Albert Wisner Public Library for a “Play in a Day” workshop and performance. Linda Richmond, the program’s director, will lead participants in developing characters & scenarios from…[Read more]
Rosemary Cooper posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 3 months, 1 week ago
Stop by the Library tomorrow Wed 12/21 from 11am till supplies run out for some holiday cookies and cider to celebrate one more time before the end of the year our memorable year as Best Small Library in America!
Rosemary Cooper posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 4 months, 1 week ago
Check out Susan Supak’s latest Library Out Loud podcast, featuring an exclusive interview with Carleton Carpenter on his illustrious career in Hollywood with MGM Studios, and as a songwriter, magician and novelist. He continues performing to this day, and recently released a memoir, The Absolute Joy of Work: from Vermont to Broadway, Hollywood…[Read more]
What a delightful interview! Mr. Carpenter truly is a local treasure and Susan Supak an excellent interviewer.
AWPL Receives Award: the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce recently conferred its inaugural Community Involvement Award upon Albert Wisner Public Library in recognition of its collaboration with and service to community organizations. The Library is honored by this recognition!
Libraries provide a safe place for all individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Our Libraries serve all community members offering services and educational resources that transform communities, open minds and promote inclusion and diversity….ALA President, Julie Todaro.
Join the CommonPlace discussion on Jack Finney\’s classic time travel novel Time and Again, this fall\’s Warwick Cafe Reading Project selection. Find free copies of the book at the following local Cafe\’s: Tuscan, Jean-Claude\’s, Cafe Ala Mode, Sugar Shack, Conscious Fork and Noble Pies.
Read the book and leave your comments here!
Rosemary Cooper posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 4 months, 3 weeks ago
The library is a polling place for Warwick Election District #5 for the general election on Tuesday Nov 8th. Polls are open from 6am-9pm. Library hours are 9am-8pm but voting is on the lower level and accessible even during the hours of voting that the Library is closed.
Lenore posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 5 months, 1 week ago
The Albert Wisner Public Library seeks a part-time (10-15 hours per week) Library Clerk for the Circulation Department. The schedule is primarily weekend and evening work. The hourly wage is $11.00 and a High School Diploma or equivalency is required.
The successful candidate will have…[Read more]
Was this job taken?
Yes, the position has been filled.
Rosemary Cooper posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Courage in 3D – making ideas tangible, AWPL\’s inaugural group outdoor sculpture exhibit featuring the work of four artists is on display now. Stop by and take a look, be inspired to be courageous! This exhibit will be up for three months until the end of December.
Only a few days till the 2016 Warwick Childrens Book Festival on 10/8/16 under a tent on Railroad Avenue in the Village of Warwick. Over 60 incredible authors and illustrators of amazing books for children and teens. Check out the festival website for all the info http://www.warwickchildrensbookfestival.org/
Kathleen Georgalas posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 6 months, 3 weeks ago
On Friday, September 9 at 7:00pm, the Library will host a commemoration of 9/11 at the 15th anniversary. Bob Newsom will present his remembrance of that day with a slide show “The Brooklyn Bridge on 9/11.” The community is invited to share reflections of that day, and to pledge to do a good deed in tribute to the victims, survivors and to tho…[Read more]
Join Michael and Laurie Byro for an artist’s reception tonight September 8th at 6:30pm, where they will explain their Byro Technics of poetry and paintings. Michael’s paintings, which grace the covers of Laurie’s books, are on display at the Library during the month of September. Laurie Byro has published 4 books of poetry.
Join the Byros…[Read more]
Siobhan O'Riordan posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 7 months, 3 weeks ago
With summer winding down and school gearing up, August presents an opportune time to develop back to school habits and routines. Join Hope Stuart for terrific tips for keeping track of after-school activities, setting up a homework space and building a system for the family backpacks.
Siobhan O'Riordan posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Sunday, August 21 at 2pm
BALAM Dance Theatre, a New York City company recognized for presenting a new vision of contemporary dance, brings its eclectic, diverse style to Warwick with
Myths, Stars & Legends. Enjoy this hour-long family-friendly program of multicultural dances opulently costumed, featuring Inma Heredia, the world’s first and only…[Read more]
Rosemary Cooper posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 8 months, 1 week ago
Summer Concert is on for tonight at 7pm outdoors, will move indoors if rain moves in early.
Siobhan O'Riordan posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 8 months, 2 weeks ago
On Sunday, July 17 at 1pm, the Amity Players present a zany staged reading of “Alice in Wonderland”. Although written in 1865, Lewis Carroll’s novel is still relevant today. Humorous and ironic, the characters attempt to communicate but rarely succeed. Suitable for all ages!
Rosemary Cooper posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Just dropped the summer book at Warwick Cafe Reading project Cafes. J.D.Salingers Catcher in the Rye . Share your thoughts on first reading this classic.
Rosemary Cooper posted an update in the group Albert Wisner Group 9 months ago
The Library Is open all weekend regular hours, but will be closed all day Monday July 4th. Enjoy the holiday!