Janet holds degrees in special education and education. She’s never had any children of her own, but loved being a teacher, until a massive brain tumor and the damage that it caused led her to be on disability.
Her main reasons for writing “Whatever Happened to My White Picket Fence?” are to try to help other families that have experienced brain injury, a difficult challenge that changes the lives of everyone involved, and to help the community at large understand people with disabilities better.
Enjoy a lively photo presentation and talk by Stephen Blauweiss and Karen Berelowitz telling the intriguing story of the Kingston Post Office, which begins in 1907 and ends tragically in 1970. After extensive research and careful restoration of rare, never- before-seen photos, the authors have created a visually-stunning, full-color book about the old post office and surrounding neighborhood in Midtown Kingston.
Builders between the ages of 6-14 can build a cool mini model and take it home with them. The mini models are predetermined. Children who finish early can create designs for our display case. Preregistration Required. Free.