Fall 2015 Newsletter


Fall 2015 Newsletter
Fall, 2015
At a Glance
Ongoing Events/
ESL Conversation
Class/ Practice your
English with a tutor:
Mondays at 7 PM.
Basic Computer Help/
Mondays at 7 PM.
Memoir Writing with
Edith Glass/ One Friday a month, 10:15 AM -12 noon. (Sept 25).
Writers Forum/ Second Saturdays at 11 AM.
The Chess Club meets
on the second, third,
and fourth Thursday
from 6:30-8:45 PM. All
ages and skill levels are
Senior Benefits Information/ Wednesdays at
10 AM -1 PM.
Meditation/ Mondays
at 7 PM.
Backgammon/ 6:30 PM
First Thursday of the
SCORE Westchester, a
Resource Partner of the
Small Business Administration, provides free and
confidential one-on-one
business mentoring and
counseling. Contact:
or call the SCORE office
at 914 948-3907
p. 4 y 5
How your library
card makes your life
Here are a few of
the free resources
you’ll find on-line or
in the library:
Visit a museum for free/Tickets for the Manhattan Children’s Museum,
The Intrepid, the Frick, Katonah Museum, the Guggenheim, and Stone Barns
are at the Reference Desk.
Access Value line and Morningstar/
Value Line/ Ask at the Reference Desk for The Value Line Investment Survey,
a stock analysis newsletter that is among the most highly regarded and widely
used independent investment research resources, tracking approximately 1,700
publicly traded stocks of over 99 industries.
Morningstar/ Morningstar.com Library Edition offers proprietary stock and
mutual fund analysis, screening tools and portfolio-building features to library
patrons. Library card required.
Download Books and Audio Books/Choose “download books and
music” on our website where you will find overdrive, comics plus, tumble
books, and more.
Music! Download your favorite music using Freegal. Go to our website
www.warnerlibrary.org and click on “download books and music” on the home page.
Browse magazines using Flipster/ (Car & Driver, Dwell, Ebony,
Entertainment Weekly, Food Network Magazine, InStyle, Kiplinger’s Personal
Finance, People, People en Español, Prevention, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated and Time on your laptop or mobile device, and/or read more than 99
titles here in our Reading Room.
Watch a Favorite Movie/Wednesday Matinees at 2 PM.
September 16, Cinderella; September 30, Arsenic and Old Lace; October 7,
Double Indemnity; October 14, The Naked City; October 21, Vertigo; October 28, Manhattan Murder Mystery.
www.warnerlibrary.org or call Reference at 631-7734
Friends of the Library Book Sale Saturday & Sunday, October 17 & 18 —Gunpowder Kids
Recognition and Celebration, Sunday, October 18 at 1:30 PM in the Children’s Room
Gallery Exhibits
September/ Main Gallery:
Pauline Rockett-Dietz,
mosaics; and Richard Ross,
sculptures. Stairwell Gallery:
Irene Hunter, photography.
October/ Main Gallery: Jeff
White, "Bridgebuilder," a
portfolio of woodcut prints by
participants in the Community
Art Project. Stairwell Gallery:
Stevie Rosenfeld,
photopgraphy, "Through My
November/ Main Gallery:
Joseph Genovoa, shows
“Architecture and Interiors.”
Stairwell Gallery: Robert
Heinrichs, Street Scenes and
views of the Hudson Valley.
December/ "The Group of
Nine Paints the Town"
featuring local scenes, streets,
buildings, and more! To
suggest an area to be painted,
call Reference at 631-7734.
Thursday Book Group 7 PM
Oct 8/ Panic in a Suitcase by
Yelena Akhtiorskaya
Nov 12/ The House at Sugar
Beach: In Search of a Lost
African Childhood by Helene
Dec 10/ Go Set a Watchman
by Harper Lee
Mystery Book Group
meets on the third Tuesday
at 3:30 PM. October 20–
Agatha Christie’s The
Halloween Party.
History Book Club
October 5 at 7 PM. Call
631-8374 for information.
1-9 PM
10 AM-6 PM
10 AM-6 PM
1-9 PM
10 AM-5 PM
10 AM-5 PM
1-5 PM
*Open Sundays OctoberMay. Closed: October 12,
November 11 & 26, and
December 24 & 25.
Saturday, September 12 at 2:30 PM/ Friends of the Library Concert
Featuring David Baranowski, piano, Jennifer Marshall, soprano, Rachel Handman, violin,
playing the music of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and Poulenc.
Saturday, September 19 at 2:30 PM/ Enjoy an afternoon of music with the Dixieland
Express Jazz Band. The Jazz Band is a division of the Really Terrible Orchestra of
Westchester whose13 musicians are really popular with all age groups.
Monday, September 21 at 7 PM/ Learn about Volunteer Opportunities in Westchester
County from Brenda Wilken of Volunteers NY.
Monday, September 21, 7 - 8:45 PM/ Why Do Diets Fail? Explore successful diet
strategies with wellness professionals Dr. Marta Hernandez and Gloria Hernandez.
Thursday, September 24 at 7 PM/ Local authors Robert Stava, Jonathan Kruk, and
David Neilsen will be on hand to read their work featured in the new anthology, Legends
of Sleepy Hollow. Come out for a chilling evening of Halloween tales set right here in our
Saturday, September 26, 10 AM-4 PM and 5-9 PM/ Hit the Haunted Links! Get in the
Ghoulish Game at the Second Annual Headless Halloween Mini Golf at Warner
Library. Admission: $10 and $5 per course during the day and $10 (per course) at night.
Sunday, September 27 at 2 PM/ Play reading — Love, Loss and What I Wore, a play by
Nora and Delia Ephron, based on the 1995 book of the same name by Ilene Beckerman.
Sponsored by ITAV and Friends of the Warner Library.
Monday, September 28 at 7 PM/ Beaded Necklace with Bangkok Bead - Join jewelry
designer Jenny from Bangkok Bead and create a beautiful one-of-a-kind necklace using
precious metals, chains, and gemstones. For 18 yrs and older. Call 631-7734 to sign up.
Tuesday, September 29, 8:30-9:30 AM/ Free Media for Small Businesses offered by
the Chamber of Commerce. Register at greatersleepyhollowtarrytown.com.
Tuesday, September 29, 10 AM - 2 PM/ Flu shots provided by Walgreens, Tarrytown.
Thursday, October 1, 3-4 PM/ Opera Voices (Six Sessions, 4 in October and two in
November.) Listen to audio recordings of renowned singers and to lectures by opera
expert Susan Grunthal about the lives of famous performers as well as information about
the composers and their work. Sign up at Reference or call 914 631-7734.
Thursday, October 1 at 7 PM/ Join us for a discussion of our first and most lasting
relationships, our brothers and sisters, with the contributing authors of Siblings, Our
First Macrocosm.
Friday, October 2 at 2 PM/ Warner History Circle/ General Motors: What was it like to
work at the General Motors plant? continues.
Friday, October 16 at 2 PM/ Home Front/ World War II Did you live in Tarrytown or
Sleepy Hollow (North Tarrytown) during the Second World War? If so, come share your
experiences. Warner History Circles project is an ongoing collaboration between
Warner Library and the Hudson Independent. To sign up, email Krista Madsen at
[email protected], or call the Library at 914-631-7734.
Thursday, October 8 at 7 PM/ Sleepy Hollow Cemetery — Did you know that both the
“Wickedest Woman of New York” and the “Queen of Mean” rest in peace at Sleepy
Hollow Cemetery? Find out more during this virtual tour of the 166-year old cemetery.
Monday, October 19, 7 - 8 PM/ Joan Raiselis, founder of Sustainery will discuss the
whys and hows of sustainable living. Learn how to make all the things we use every day,
and understand why the future or our planet depends upon us to be responsible users,
reusers and conscientious consumers of what our natural resources provide.
Thursday, October 22, 7-8 PM/ Ancestry.com: Tips and Tricks with
Genealogist Toni McKeen to learn the most about your family tree.
go to page 8
Bouncing Babies/ Tuesdays at 11:15 am (babies not
yet walking).
It’s Toddlerific!/ Wednesdays at 10:15 &
11:15am (1-3 yrs).
Tales for Tots/ Tuesdays at 3:30pm
(16 mos - 3 ½ yrs).
Kindergarten Club/ Mondays at 4 pm
(4-6 yrs)
Cuentos y Canciones/ Fridays at 10:30 am
(all ages) Songs and stories in Spanish
and English.
Saturday Stories/ Twice a month at
11:30 am.
Wednesday, September 16 at 3:30
PM/ Citizen Science: Good-bye, Good
Flight! Monarchs on the Move
Explore the marvel that is the
migration of the Monarch Butterflies.
Saturday, September 26 and
Saturday, October 17 at 11:30 AM/
Pick-a-Book Picnic in Patriot's Park
Join us for readings and sing-a-longs
for the whole family.
Monday October 5 at 6:30 PM/
Mariachi Fiesta: Celebrate Hispanic
Heritage Month with Mariachi Sol
Mixteco. Enjoy live music, taste a
typical Mexican treat and celebrate
culture. For the whole family.
Warner Tech for Kids
Explore, learn and create using fun
new apps for ages 5 and up. Once a
month on Mondays. Call for dates
and times.
Monday, October 26 at 6:30 PM/
Creepy Chromatography Creations
Discover all the secret colors hidden
within black magic markers and
create the creepiest creations you can
think of. For ages 5 and up. Please
sign up now!
Monday, November, 9 at 6:30 PM/
Make a Maize Maze
Design you very own maize maze
with popped corn and kernels. For 1st
- 3rd graders. Please sign up.
Movie Matinees
Monday, September 14 at 1:30 PM
Home, PG, 94 min.
Tuesday, September 15 at 1:30 PM
My Neighbor Totoro, G, 88 min.
Wednesday, November 25 at 2 PM
Max, PG, 111 min.
Teddy Bear Storytime/ Thursdays at 7 pm,
followed by a craft, once a month.
Craft Table/ Monthly on Thursdays from
3 – 8 pm; also Wednesday, September 23
from 1 -5 pm; Friday, November 27 from
11 am – 4 pm. For kids of all ages.
Good Dog Reading/ Please call for dates
and times to read to a certified therapy
dog. Dogs are awesome listeners. Read
a tale, wag a tail!
and you will receive extra tickets to play
and earn prizes!
Book Clubs —Read the book and
join the club! One Thursday a month.
Sign-up is required; call 631-7734 or
email Patty at [email protected].
Readers Rule! for 1– 4 graders
October 29 at 6:30 PM/ The Houdini
Box by Brian Selznick.
Beyond the Book! for 4 – 7 graders,
October 8 at 6:30 PM/ Doll Bones by
Holly Black.
Calling all readers! Have you read
something you really loved and want
to tell someone about it? Come to the
library and make a video booktalk!
We will post it on our website. See
Patty for more information.
Congratulations to all our readers and
listeners who participated in 2015’s
summer reading game, Every Hero Has a
Story! 230 children read and listened to
hundreds of books, and collected prizes
along the way. If you participated and
haven’t received your certificate and final
prize yet, please stop at the Children’s
Room soon!
Thursday, October 15 at 7:15 PM/ in
the Reading Room. Hudson Valley’s
Master Storyteller Jonathan Kruk
brings his Halloween storytelling
magic to the Library with not–tooscary stories for families.
Saturday, October 24, 1:30 – 3 PM/
Creepy Carnival, on the 3rd floor.
Come to our annual Halloween party
and enjoy carnival games, facepainting and crafts. Come in costume
Curious Minds/ Thursdays at 3:30 PM/
September 17, October 22 for grades
1 – 2; September 24, October 29 for
grades 3 – 5/ Explore a different subject
each month. Areas will include cat
mummies, sticky science, awesome
owls, and lots more! Sign-up required.
Cooking by the Book/ Fridays at 10:15
AM/ Local chef-educator Renana will
offer two cooking classes per month for
children ages 2-5 and caregivers.
Healthy and delicious foods will be
prepared, accompanied by a picture book
related to the food! What could be better
– good food and good books! Please call
the Children’s Room to sign up for this
new and exciting program.
Thursday, October 22 at 6 PM/
Home Alone is a program designed for
10-12 year olds facing their first
experience at being left by
themselves. Presenter Joan Lloyd
will define an emergency, reinforcing
how rare such an occurrence is, and
cover fire, police and medical
emergencies, all gleaned from her 25
years as an EMT. She encourages (but
does not require) parents and other
caregivers to attend with their children.
The Math Workout/ every other
Thursday at 7:45 PM, beginning
September 10/ Middle school students
who seek math challenge (and
competitions) will be coached through
math contest problems by local math
enthusiast and parent, Noah Zamdmer,
Ph.D. Questions? contact
[email protected]
Sunday, November 1 at 2 PM/ Special Halloween Event — on the third floor for kids of all ages. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow —The
Stevens Puppets bring this ever-popular classic tale delightfully to life with beautiful wooden marionettes. The entire production is infused with classical music, and a fun time is had by all! Adapted for marionettes by Martin Stevens and Daniel Raynor.
Programas y Eventos para Adultos
Eventos en curso
Inglés como Segunda
Lengua (ESL), clases de
conversación/ Practique su
Inglés con un tutor los
Lunes a las 7 pm.
Lunes 21 de Septiembre a las 7 pm/ Aprenda sobre las oportunidades del voluntariado en el
Condado de Westchester con Breda Wilken, voluntaria en el Estado de Nueva York
Escribiendo memorias
con Edith Glass/ Un
Viernes al mes de 10:15
AM – 12 PM (Sept. 25)
Jueves 24 de Septiembre a las 7 pm/ Los autores locales Robert Stava, Jonathan Kruk y David
Neilsen leerán la nueva Antología de la Leyenda de Sleepy Hollow.
Foro de Escritores/
Segundo Sábado a las 11
El Club de Ajedres se
reúne el segundo, tercero y
cuarto Jueves de cada mes
de 6:30 a 8:45 PM. Todas
las edades y niveles son
Información de Beneficios
para personas de la Tercera
Edad/ Miércoles de 10 am
– 1 pm.
Meditación/ Lunes a las 7
Backgammon: Primer
Jueves del mes.
Sábado, 12 de Septiembre
a las 2:30 pm/ Concierto
auspiciado por los Amigos
de la Biblioteca presenta a:
David Baranowski en el
piano; Jennifer Marshall
como soprano; Rachel
Handman en el violin;
tocarán a Bach, Beethoven,
Chopin y Poulenc.
Sábado 19 de Septiembre
a las 2:30 pm/ Concierto
con Dixieland Express
Jazz Band, una división de
Really Terrible Orquesta
de Westchester.
Sábado 7 de Noviembre a
las 2:30 pm/ VC3 ( Tres
Violonchelos ) con
Elizabeth Anderson , Kathe
Jarka , y Robert La Rue,
presentarán las obras de
Bach , Brahms y
Domingo, Noviembre 15
a las 2:30 pm Una tarde
con música de piano con
Robert Rachlin.
Lunes 21 de Septiembre, 2015 de 7:00 – 8:45 PM/ Porque fallan las dietas? Explore una dieta
exitosa junto con las profesionales del buen vivir Dras. Martha y Gloria Hernandez.
Sábado 26 de Septiembre de 10 AM a 4 PM y de 5 a 9 PM – Segundo Torneo Anual de golfito
en la noche de brujas en la Biblioteca Warner. Admision $10 y $5 por juego durante el dia y $10
(por juego) durante la noche.
Lunes 28 de Septiembre a las 7 pm/ Haga sus propios collares con cuentas (beads) de Bangkok.
Para mayores de 18 años. Por favor llame al 631-7734 para registrarse.
Jueves 1ro. De Octubre de 3 a 4 pm/Opera/ Seis sesiones, 4 en Octubre y dos en Noviembre.
Escuche las grabaciones de cantantes de renombre y conferencias a cargo de la experta en ópera
Susan Grunthal . Para registración por favor llamar al 631-7734.
Viernes 2 de Octubre a las 2pm/ Círculo de Historia de la Biblioteca Warner-General Motors.
(Como fue trabajar en la Planta de General Motors?)
Viernes 16 de Octubre a las 2pm/ Al Frente / II Guerra Mundial / Viviste en Tarrytown o Sleepy
Hollow (North Tarrytown ) durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial? Si es así, ven a compartir tus
experiencias. Para inscribirse, enviar un correo electrónico a Krista Madsen:
[email protected] o llamar a la Biblioteca al 914-631-7734 .
Lunes 26 de Octubre a las 7 pm/ El Valle del Hudson Encantado – Con Linda Zimmermann,
autora del libro Fantasma Investigador ( Ghost Investigator) cuya presentación incluirán los sitios
más destacados como casas históricas, una iglesia aislada, la oficina de un médico abandonada y una
estación de bomberos en donde en estos dias todavia cuidan de quienes viven en el Valle del Hudson.
Jueves 29 de Octubre de 7 a 8:30 pm/ Alexander Technique – Aprenda acerca del alivio del stress
y del dolor con la experta Carol Strozier. Por favor vestir ropa y zapatos confortables. Para registrarse
por favor llamar al 631-7734
Sábado 31 de Octubre de 10 am a 5 pm/ Trick or treat in Warner Library/ Experimente de un
trick-or-treat con mucha seguridad en la Biblioteca Warner.
Lunes 16 de Noviembre a as 7 PM/ Castillo de Bannerman con Thom Johnson. Unase a nosotros
en un recorrido por la historia de este lugar desde sus años como un arsenal para presentar tours y
eventos. Para más información por favor llame 631-7734.
Jueves 19 de Noviembre a las 7 PM/ Laura Silver autora del libro Knish: En busca del alma de la
comida judía (In Search of Jewish Soul Food) . Estará firmando su libro y usted podrá saborear el
Sábado 21 de Noviembre a las 2Pm/ Westchester Review, poetas y autores en prosa leerán sus
propios trabajos.
Lunes 30 de Noviembre a las 7 PM/ Decorando un Cupcake/ Reciba un cupcake gratis y decórelo
con motivo de las fiestas que se avencinan. Mayores de 18 años son bienvenidos. Para registrarse
llame al 631-7734.
Jueves 3 de Diciembre a las 7 PM/ El actor Alan Sklar presentará una lectura dramática del libro
A Jug of Silver, escrito por Truman Capote.
Sábado 5 de Diciembre/ Encendido Anual del Arbol Navideno en el Parque Patriots y la visita de
Papa Noel a la Biblioteca Warner. Auspiciado por el Departamento de Recreación de Tarrytown.
Lunes 7 de Diciembre a las 7 pm/ Un autor residente en Tarrytown hablará sobre su novela Augusto
en la Ciudad Desparecida (August in the Vanishing City) realizada en Varosha, Famagusta –
Refrescos serán servidos y libros serán firmados por el autor.
Serving the Villages of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow since 1929
Programas y Eventos para Niños
Bebés Saltarines - Martes a las 11:15am (bebés
hasta 15 meces)
Cuentos Terríficos - Miércoles a las 10:15am
y 11:15 am (1-3 años) Usted puede atender
solo una sesión.
Historias para Pequeñitos - Martes a las
3:30pm (16 meces - 31/2 años)
Club de Jardín de Infancia - Lunes a las
4:00 pm (4-6 años)
Cuentos y Canciones / Viernes de Fiesta Viernes a las 10:30 am (todas las edades)
Películas por la Tarde:
Lunes, 14 de Septiembre a las 1:30 pm
Home PG, 94 minutos
Martes, 15 de Septiembre
My Neighbor Totoro G, 88 minutos
Miércoles, 25 de Noviembre a las 2pm
Max PG 1hr 51 minutos
Hora de Cuentos
Tiempo de historias del Osito Teddy y
manualidades – Jueves a las 7pm (cada mes)
Mesa de Manualidades - cada mes, los Jueves
a las 3-8pm. También 23 de Septiembre de
1-5pm; 27 de Noviembre de 11-4pm para la
Historias de los Sábados, dos veces al mes a
las 11:30am
Vengan a leer a un Perrito Terapista
en el Salón de Niños llámanos para el horario.
Miércoles, 16 De Septiembre
Ciencia Ciudadano: Adiós y Buen
Viaje, Monarcas en Marcha!
Exploramos la maravilla que es la
migración de las Monarcas a través de
historias, actividades, y tecnología.
Conectamos con nuevos amigos y
compartiremos nuestros datos científicos.
Inscríbase ahora; espacio será limitado. Para
niños de 5 años en adelante.
Domingo, 1 de Noviembre a
las 2 pm en el 3° piso
La compañía Stevens Puppets
presentará la Leyenda de
Sleepy Hollow en vivo a
través de marionetas y música
Lunes, 9 de Noviembre a las
6:30 pm Construye un
Sábado, 26 de Septiembre y el 17 de
Octubre a las 11:30 am Picnic de Libros Laberinto de Maíz y
en el Parque Cuentos y cantos de una gran aprenderán del grano que
sostenía los primeros
variedad. Venga escuchar y mirar una
cosecha de libros y manualidades. Para toda Americanos. Para niños en 1°5° grado. Es requerido
la familia.
¡Lee Esto!
Warner Tech para Ninos: ¡Aprenda,
¿Has leido algo fántastico?
Juega, y Exlpora los nuevos Apps.
¿Desea desirle a todos sus
Únanse para actividades muy divertidas amigos? Venga a la biblioteca
y educativas para toda la familia. Espacio a relatar la historia en vivo
será limitado. Inscribáse ahora. Para niños por video. Encuentará el viden K-4° grado. La primera sesión es el 28
eo en nuestro sitio web.
de Septiembre.
Pregúntale a Patty para mas
Lunes, 5 de Octubre @ 6:30 pm ¡Fiesta
Mariachi: Celebra la Herencia Hispana y
Diversidad con Mariachi Sol Mixteco!
Una presentación en vivo de música,
meriendas típicas, y cultura. Para la familia.
Jueves, 15 de Octubre @ 7:15 pm
Historias Espantosas pero no tan
Escalofriantes con Jonathan Kruk. Para
toda la familia.
Reto de Matemáticas –
Maestro Noah Zamdmer estará
disponible para ayudar y
entrenar estudiantes para
competencias de Matemática.
Clases se reúnen cada otro
jueves a las 7:45 de la noche en
Salón de Niños empezando el
10 de Septiembre.
VISIT OUR WEBSITE – www.warnerlibrary.org
22 de Octubre a las 6 pm Solo en la Casa
Es un programa para niños de 10-12 años (y
sus padres) que por primera vez estarán solos
en la casa. Presentadora Joan Llyod les
repasará lo que se clasifique una emergencia y
como responder en una emergencia.
24 de Octubre a las 1:30 PM
Carnaval Espantoso en el 3° piso
Juegos, meriendas, manualidades y mucha
diversión. ¡No te lo pierdas!
Para toda la familia. Venga disfrazados para
más etiquetas.
26 de Octubre a las 6:30 pm
Creaciones Espantosas de Cromatografía
Descubra todos los colores escondidos dentro
de un marcador negro. Inventarás todas las
creaciones espantosas que puedes imaginar.
Para niños de 5 años en adelante. Favor de
Inscríbase para los Clubs de Lectura:
Los que Leerán son Genial para niños en 1°4° grado.
Jueves, 29 de Octubre a las 6:30pm The
Houdini Box por Brian Selznick
Mas allá del Libro para niños en 4-7 grado
8 de Octubre a las 6:30 pm Doll Bones por
Holly Black. Inscríbase o envíale un email a
Patty ([email protected]).
Mentes Curiosas—Jueves a las 3:30pm
17 de Septiembre y 22 de Octubre para
niños en 1-2 grado. 24 de Septiembre y 29 de
Octubre para niños en 3°-5° grado. Explora
un sujeto diferente cada mes. Registración es
Cocina y Cuentos -Viernes a las 10:15 am
Cocinera y maestra Renana ofrecerá dos clases
al mes para niños de 2°-5° años. Cocina
comida saludable mientras escuchas un libro.
La primera sesión es el 25 de Septiembre.
Llamar al Salón de Niños para regístrar.
¡Felicidades a todos quien participarón en el
programa de Lectura de Verano!
Our sincere thanks to all our supporters. Gifts received June 1, 2014 through May 31, 2015
Barry & Jane Agdern
Louis & Gloria Agro
Betty Albertson
Lois Alterman
Carolyn Altieri
Leonard & Helen Andrew
Mountaha Aoukar
Edward & Susan Apuzzo
John & Marie Arcate Famiily
Cassandra Arciola
Gertrude Arduino
Jeanne Arduino
Alan & Barbara Aronson
Michael & Judith Arum
Willie & Joanne Avenaut
David Barnett
Harriet Barnett
Kiran & Jenny Batheja
Sister Margaret Beck
Jordan Becker & Katharine Swibold
Mario & Edna Belanich
Edward & Miriam Bernabei
Jordan Bernstein & Michelle Crepeau
Stanley & Ruth Biloon
Mary Bittles
Margaret Black
Christopher Blank
Haig & Valerie Bohigian
Alice Bohuniek
Frank Bonanno
Walter Bradshaw
Mary Brady
Lillian Brijeski
Theresa Broadway
Eleanor Brome
Florence Brown
Bruce & Joan Buckley
Lillian Burdi
Gerard & Joan Bushel
Thomas & Regina Butcher
Jean Buzanski
Diane Byrd
Joyce Byrne
Peter & Renee Calabrese
Joseph Callahan
Katherine Camillieri
Chuck & Sharon Camlic
Brian & Melissa Campbell
Bruce & Margo Campbell
Dale & Catherine Campbell
Maryann Carlino
Marie Carter
Stephen Caspi
Jean Cavrell
Kevin Ceconi
Walter & Barbara Ceconi
Beverly Chabinsky
Cynthia Chazotte & Robert Madden
Benjamin & Mary Lynn Child
Edward & Beverly Child
Martha Child
Nicholas Cicchetti
Frank Cofone
I. Roy & Joan Cohen
Patricia Cohen
Ursula Colby
Celesti Colds-Fechter
Shelly & Ian Colley
Bridget Cooke
Eleanor Cornett
J. V & Rosemarie Cossaboom
Covelli Family
Mariela Cruz
Dennis Curran
Robert & Anne Marie Currie
MaryAnn Curtin
Marion Dale
Gay Daly
Sheila Darnborough
David & Claire Davis
Joyce W. Davis
Mark & Linda Davis
Pamela Davis
Joseph & Linda DeBellis
Ada Delcarpine
Elizabeth Demartino
Robert Demasi
Francis Demers
Adam & Wendy Derechin
Richard & Veronica DeSanctis
Joseph & Kathleen D'Eufemia
John & Nancy Dexter
Ronald & Maria DiBlasi
Ida Doctor
Steven & Carol Dodson
Gerard & Josephine Donohue
Jorge Dopico & Joy Joseph
Bradley Dorfman
Gertrude Anne Downey
Jeffrey & Mary Drake
James Dravillas & Christina Grillo
Joanne Drinane & Patricia Lancaster
William & Mary Jane Driscoll
Jane Dubin & Margaret Liston
Trudy Dunbar
Christine Dunwoody
Patricia Eade
Laurie Edelman
Carol Endres
Robert & Nancy Errico
Hedwig Eulau
Jack Faber
Bruce Fabrikant
Petronella Feaster
Jeremy Feigelson
Stephen Feiman
Thomas Finn
Jeffrey Fisher
Drew Fixell & Victoria Hudson
Sean Flatley
Laura Fogarty
John Ford & Alice Casey
Judith Forrest
Peter & Jane Forstenzer
Fortnightly Club
Dr. Stanley Friedlander
Mikki Fromm
Vivian Frommer
Phyllis Fross
Joel Frutkin
John & Joy Furtado
Ellen Galano
Josephine Galgano
John & Domenica Galindo
Carol Gallagher
Dean Gallea
Jeffrey & Moira Gargano
John & Karen Garibaldi
David & Susan Geisker
Kelly Germa
Christie Giuntini
Rita Gladstone
David Glickhouse
Tom & Liza Glover
James & Sara Goldberg
Samuel & Michele R Gonzalez
Susan Goodwin
Steven Gosset & Julia Pomeranz
Joseph & Lois Gottlieb
Tim Grajek & Margaret Fox
Bronislaw & Kay Grala
Nathan Grau
Justin & Jennifer Green
Carole Griffiths
Benjamin & Diane Gross
Jesse Gross
Ann E Grow
George Guastella
Ahmet Gursoy
Yasmine Hargrove
Rudy & Janice Hart
Aubrey & Sylvia Hawes
Mary Healy
Laurie Held
Helen Schlaffer Foundation
William & Katharine Hennessey
Jane Herbert
Alexander Hernandez
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David Hick
Glenn & Susan Higgins
Maureen Higgins
Hill & Dale Garden Club
Dorothy H. Hill
John & Theresa Hill
Adam & Kathleen Hinge
David & Lois Hinman
Fiona Hodgson
Mark Hofling & Kate Hecht
James Hogan
Stephen Holodak
Elaine Hopson
David Huber & Gwenn Glover
Gregory & Ann Hull
Eleanor Hunt
Burton & Hedda Hurvich
Hyacinth Hutchinson
Leonard & Judith Hyman
Anne-Marie Ibanez
Serving the Villages of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow since 1929
Agnes Jackman
Barbara Jacobs
Beverly Rose Jansen
Eleanor Jass
Loann Jee
Keith Jenkins & Christina Blatt
Jason Jercinovic & Nancy Duran
Paul & Leslie Jeris
Barry Johnson & Niamh Fitzgerald
Kenneth & Denise Johnson
Christopher Jones
Hugh & Carol Jones
Frank & Laura Kaiman
Natalie Kase
Sally Kellock
Eileen Kelly
Frances M. Kelly
Julianne Kelly
Ellen Kennes
Joan Kent
Brad Kenyon & Meredith Trede
Paul & Ruth Keppler
David Kezur
Ravilal Khatri
Carolyn Kihm
Eugene & Arlie King
Thomas & Laura Kiss
Michael & Meryl Klekman
Robert & Margaret Kogan
Karin Koplimae & Urmas Wompa
Elaine Kosloff
Anne Koss
Joan Kosta
Lawrence Kraus
Robert Krissoff
George & Madeleine Kubicek
Elizabeth Laite
John Lanzetta & Judith Rapiejko
Jacobo & Diana Lavie
Gloria Lazar
Michael & Marcia Lechner
Nancy Leddy
Michael Lederman
William & Alice Lee
Nicholas & Carmela Legnini
Elizabeth Lennon
Judith Lesser
Mary Lester
Danielle Levine
Judith Levine
Martin & Terise Levine
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Annette Leyden
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Susan Lichten
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Thomas Lindon & Kathleen Wall
Marian Lipping
Howard Lipson
Little Gardens
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Miriam Lorador
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Margaret Maguill
Evelyn & Khosrow Majidi
K. Ram Malhotra
David & Sheila Maloy
Laurence & Shelley Markowitz
M Elaine Marranzano
Jon & Terry Ann Marshall
St. Clair & MaryAnn Marshall
Norman Mason
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Mary McBride
William & Kate McCabe
Bridget McCarthy
Charles McCauley
Robert & Sharman McCoach
Kevin & JoAnn McDermott
Ellen McDonough
John & Mary McGee
Raymond & Rebecca McGovern
Mary McGuire
Rosemarie McManus
Marilynn J. McReddie
Stephen Medwid
Georgia Mellis
Robert Mellor
Jay & Ethel Melnick
Stanley & Wilma Mendelowitz
Urania Messing
Jeanlynn & Family Mets
Marcel Miernik
Stephen & M. Regina Mignogna
Dickerson & Jennifer Miles
John Miller & Virginia Kuppek
Virginia Moore
Janet Morgan
Randie Moss
Linda Motelson
Hal & Ina Muchnick
Barbara Muldoon
Ronald & Sally Murison
Margaret Murphy
James & Joanne Murray
Paula Mursell
Janet G. Myers
Margaret Sue Nagle
Nicholas & Marie Nardullo
David & Ann Neilsen
Ralph & Katharine Nixon
John Nolon
Richard & Marjorie O'Brien
Abraham & Cynthia Ofer
Elvis Olivares
Mary Kay Olson
Joan Oltman
Roland O'Neal & Pauline Callas
Ontrack Sport Center
Mona Page
Ellen Paltiel
James & Dorothy Paolantonio
Violet R Paretti
Rachel & Ira Perelson
Michael & Louise Perillo
Linda Perlmutter
Jill Perlstein
Charles & Caroline Persell
Anne Petry
John & Maureen Petry
Phelps Family Phelps Family
Philipse Manor Garden Club
Ann Phillips
Paul & Rosemary Phillips
Sylvan & Lillian Phillips
Michael & Margaret Piedimonte
Dennis Pilarcyk
Patricia Pinckney
Richard Plano & Kathy Yeager
Amy Plofker
Kevin & Muriel Plunkett
Lorenzo & Ferrel Porcelli
Doris Preus
Olympia Quarto
Joseph Queenan & Francesca Spinner
James & Nancy Quinn
Veronica Regazzi
Gonzalo & Amanda Reimundez
Richard & Rozelle Rennert
Dennis & Sheila Resino
Hildegard Rexing
Berkeley & Annegret Rice
Jaap Ritzen
Barbara Robertson
Lia Angela Rodriguez
Jacqueline Rosay
Richard & Joan Rose
Naomi Rosenberg
Janice Rosenbloom
Abram & Anne Rosenthal
Irene Ross
Robert & Miriam Rowell
Louis & Ann Rubenzahl
Daniel Rubertone
Margaret Rubick
Steven Rudder & Catherine Foti
John & Suzan Ryan
Bob & Gail Saldis
Linda Sama
Robert M. Sanders
Melissa Sanford
Peter Schaffer
Jean Schatz
Brenda Schonhaut
Klaus & Ilse Schreiber
David & Rebecca Schroedel
Rachel Schroeder
Raymond Schroeder
Laurie Hirsch Schulz
Robert & Heidi Schwartz
Toni Schwartz
Wolfgang & Susan Schwarz
Elizabeth Segal
Kathryn Semenza
Lori Semeraro
Lynne Shafer
June Sidman
Ronald & Birgit Simcoe
Norman Sissman
Brenda Slade
Stanley Slaw
Sleepy Hollow Garden Club
E.W. & Ludlow Smethurst
Elaine Smith
Edward & Patricia Sohn
Solomon's Lodge 196
Gerald Spette
Amy Spiridakis
Barbara Gunther Staiano
Annette & John Stiloski
Ellen Stone
Morris & Nancy Storck
Patrick & Linda Studley
Dennis & Sheila Sullivan
James Sweeney & Ellen Baker
Peter Tagni & Dorothea Trenk
Gus Tahmin
Georgia Tambakos
Mariya Tancheva
Benjamin & Lynn Tepper
Connie Thiel
Henry & Karen Thomas
Rachel Tieger
Joanne Tinsley
Mary Tobias
Wanda Tracy
Joseph Trainor
Catherine Trapasso
Cassadra Troini
Judith Tygard
Ennio Uccellani
Ernest Uthgenannt
Satyam & Subha Vallabha
David & Elizabeth Vandor
Dorothy Vankirk
Tara Van Tassell
Ann Marie Variano
Veronica Vatter
Carlo Vecchi
Joe & Roseann Venturini
Antonio & Irene Vidal
Linda Viertel
Les Von Losberg & Merle Molofsky
Joan Wald
Dagmar I. Walter
Ron Weinstein
Mark & Maelia Weisenberg
Richard Weiss & Joan Levy
Thomas Weiss & Priscilla Read
Amy Wessan
Rita Wexler
George & Joyce Whalen
William Wheeler
Patricia White
Robert Williams
Jean Wilson
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Deborah Wood
Laurel Woolf
Susan Ann Wortman
Ken & Lynn Wray
Christopher Wynne
Wai Man Yeung
John & Bertha Yurczak
Salvatore & Anna Zambelletti
Noah & Veronika Zamdmer
Peter & Carol Zegarelli
Janet Zeman
Rosemary Zeoli
Robert & Marion Zinman
Douglas & Lorraine Zollo
We also thank all the organizations
& companies for their support &
Matching gifts
AFC Auto Body, Inc
Allan M Block Agency, Inc.
Benevity Community Impact Fund
Coffey Funeral Home, Inc
Colgate-Palmolive Company
David Rockefeller Fund
Debbie Allan Photography Inc
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
EF International Language Schools
Frank's Home Improvement
GE Foundation
Greenfield Plumbing
Greenrock Corporation
Hal Poret Underage Band
Hill and Dale Garden Club
IBM International Foundation
League of Women Voters of the Rivertowns
Little Gardens
Millar Tree Specialists
Mr. Nick's Brick Oven Pizza
Philipse Manor Garden Club
Sleepy Hollow Garden Club
US Bancorp Foundation
Verizon Treasury
Peter J Zambelleti, CPA
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Saturday, October 24 at 2 PM/ Women Poets of the
Hudson River – included are Ann Cefola, author of
Face Painting in the Dark; Ruth D. Handel author of No
Border is Perennial; Natalie Safir, author of Love Like
Snow; and Meredith Trede, author of Field Theory.
Monday, October 26, 7 PM/ Join us for Hudson Valley
Hauntings —with Linda Zimmermann, author of Ghost
Investigator. Highlights will include historic homes, an
isolated church, an abandoned doctor's office, and a firehouse where the former firemen still watch over the living.
Saturday, December 5/ Annual Tree Lighting in
Patriots Park and Santa visit at Warner Library.
Sponsored by Tarrytown Recreation Department.
Monday, December 7 at 7 PM in the Reading Room/
Tarrytown Author Lakis Polycarpou will speak about his
book August in the Vanishing City, a novel, set in
Varosha, Famagusta. Refreshments and Book Signing.
Events for Teens!
Thursday, October 29, 7 - 8:30 PM/ Alexander
Technique — Learn about the stress and pain relief
technique from expert Carol Strozier. Wear comfortable
clothing and shoes. Register by calling 914-631-7734.
Thursday, October 1, 3:30 - 4:45 PM/ Beaded Jewelry
Workshop for Teens — Instructor Melanie Rose will
show teens how to design and string beads in their own
unique styles. Great for 'gifting' to yourself or others.
Saturday, October 31, 10 AM-5PM/ Warner Trick-OrTreat — Have a safe trick-or-treat experience at Warner
Library! From open to close, come in costume and visit
each of the service desks to pick up a sweet treat.
Thursday, October 1, 6:30 - 8:30 PM/ College Prep
Workshop/ The New vs. the Old SAT — Q and A to
follow. Please register at 914-631-7734.
Saturday, November 7 at 2:30 PM/ VC3 (Three cellos)
featuring Elizabeth Anderson, Kathe Jarka, and Robert
La Rue, performing works by Bach, Brahms, and Penderecki.
Sunday, November 15 at 2:30 PM/ Maestro Robert
Rachlin plays piano favorites.
Monday, November 16 at 7PM/ Bannerman's Castle
with Thom Johnson — Explore the history of this iconic
landmark from its years as an arsenal to the present.
Thursday, November 19 at 7 PM/ Laura Silver, author of
Knish: In Search of Jewish Soul Food, will share
stories and food. Book signing and Knish Tasting.
Saturday, November 21 at 2 PM/ Westchester Review
poets and prose authors will read from their work.
Monday, November 30 at 7 PM/ Holiday Cupcake
Decorating — Sign up now for free cupcake decorating in
a fun holiday style. All materials provided--and edible! For
ages 18 and older. Call 914-631-7734.
Thursday, December 3 at 7 PM/ Professional Voice Actor
Alan Sklar will present a dramatic reading of A Jug of
Silver by Truman Capote.
Thursday, October 15, 7 - 8 PM/ College Admissions
and Financial Aid — College 101 Consulting presents a
College Prep Program for Parents and Students.
Tuesday, October 20, 3:30 - 4:30 PM/ Halloween
Cupcake Making for Teens —Create holiday cupcakes
in a Halloween theme. For ages 11 and older. Call 6317734 to register.
Teen Video Game Night/ Date in October TBA
Thursday, November 12, 7 - 8 PM/ College Admissions
and the High School Athlete — Hear College 101
Consulting talk about the role high school athletics can
play in college admissions, and what can be expected in
terms of financial assistance and scholarships.
Registration is requested at Reference or call 631-7734.
Saturday, November 14, 12:30 - 4:30 PM/
COLLEGE PREP Practice Test - The 'new' SAT Exam.
Become familiar with the new format of the SAT test
Registration is required. Call 631-7734 for instructions.
Saturday, November 21, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM/ Teen
Holiday Wreath-making — Dress up a green wreath in
a festive holiday style. You may bring your own wreath or
we will supply one for you. Free for ages 11 and older.
Registration required. Space is limited so sign up early.
Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18 from 10 AM to 5 PM/ Friends of Warner Library Book Sale!
Look for the big white tents on the lawn in front of the library, and stop by for bargain books, DVDs, and
CDs. All concerts, programs, and events are funded by the Friends of the Library unless otherwise noted.
Warner Library Miniature Golf Saturday, September 26
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