The West Hurley Public Library, in conjunction with other local libraries, is happy to present this fascinating and informative program.
Why is there a medieval art museum in North Manhattan? Discover the answer within the origins of The Met Cloisters, a collection of medieval architecture that is a work of art itself, then learn about some of its individual works of art, such as the Unicorn Tapestries.
Join Michael Norris, Ph.D., on Thursday, January 21st @ 6:30pm, as he guides us through The Middle Ages and Other Surprises in North Manhattan as well as a Virtual Stroll Through the Medieval Masterpieces of the Met’s Cloisters
Registration is required. Please click here to register and a Zoom link will be sent to you before the program.
Story Hour to Go allows families to participate in whatever way is convenient for them.
Each bag is packed with several themes. Each theme includes a list of books (which can be requested through the library system), a precut craft, flannel board or other activities, and our signature prepackaged snack! “Flannel boards” are printed on card stock for you to keep.
Each Saturday at 10am, Miss Christine hosts a zoom meeting where she reads the stories, does the flannel board or activities with the kids and guides them through the craft.
A basic hand reflexology protocol that is easy to learn and use in today’s trying times. You can use this session on children, adults, the elderly.
A hand workout to use when a person complains of sinus and respiratory issues.
When stressed, many people experience shoulder, joint, and arm discomfort. This process stimulates stress release and pain reduction.
When spinal, hip joint, and leg issues surface, this class helps with pain relief.
Whether you work on your own hands or those of someone else, the session will be effective. There is ample time for questions and answers. Students leave each class feeling relaxed, energized, and more positive than when they came in.
Class will be taught by Thurman Greco. She has been teaching reflexology, canine massage therapy, reiki, business development, and meditation for many years.
Series of five classes on Tuesdays: January 19th, January 26th, February 2nd, February 9th, and February 16th. 6:30pm for one and a half hours
The Friends of the Library is sponsoring the series. The series of all five classes will cost a total of $25. You can use the link to pay with a credit card, mail a check, or pay with cash. (If you are financially unable to pay, please contact the library. We will make sure that you are able to attend.)
By the end of the Civil War, an estimated 30,000 homeless and orphaned children roamed the streets of New York City. In response to this crisis, the age of orphan asylums began, culminating in one of the most improbable and audacious episodes in American history. Called the Orphan Train Movement, it endeavored to save these children lost to the streets by heroes who fought for their liberation. Taught by Michael Keene: Professor of History, University of Prince Edward Island
Date: February 1, 2021 at 11:00am
Platform: YouTube Link Register Here
Join us for an exhilarating LIVE virtual concert by the string duo ARKAI as they present a genre-defying evening of original compositions and arrangements that draw on musical influences from around the world. Sign up and we will send you the link to the YouTube concert.
ARKAI channels the diversity of the world through genre-bending music, forging new possibilities for what a violin and cello can be. Graduates of The Juilliard School, their past engagements have included performances at The MET Breuer, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the 92nd Street Y. Their electronic debut composition, “Letters from COVID”, was recently featured at TED@PMI for a global audience of over 30,000 people from 182 countries. ARKAI also creates programs in pursuit of a world in which the arts are inseparable from community. Their newest initiative, SupportNYC, amplifies the diverse stories of small business and organizations adversely impacted by COVID-19 through fundraising performances, spreading hope and healing to communities through the power of the arts. Learn more at arkaimusic.com
When: February 11th at 7pm
How: Sign up and we will send you a link to the YouTube Concert