Dore' is a prolific fine artist, accomplished in a variety of mediums. Myths, metaphors from history, formulas of color, observing nature and her poetic thirst inspire her to create each lyrical abstract piece.
Visit this collection of original artwork on display from April 1 - May 31.
Outdoor and travel photographer David LaPensee captures
images digitally and on film. Employing
a painterly style to his work, the Massachusetts native has captured first
prize for his photos at the Easton and Mansfield art festivals. His work has been exhibited several times at
shows sponsored by the Cambridge Massachusetts Art Association.
Christian Heywood is an emerging local artist who works in graphite pencils, water soluble graphite, pen and ink, and digital media. By fusing traditional and digital styles, he creates visual poetry reminiscent of the Beats. His pieces are improvisational, minimalistic, yet elegant, with an inward-looking spiritual focus. His exhibition, "Searching for Character," will be on display through June.
In partnership with the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts(FMoPA), the Kotler Gallery is proud to present Asian Beauties from the East-a stunning exhibit of the photography of renowned Japanese artist Taka Kobayashi. The exhibit explores the delicate world of geisha- capturing the graceful ceremony and ethereal beauty of these icons of traditional Japanese culture.
Funded by the Friends of the John F. Germany Public Library
Ages 6 months to 5 years old. This is a great opportunity to introduce your baby or toddler to yoga. Through fun interactive song and movement, children will learn basic asana (postures) and basic pranayama (yogic breathing). Favorites like: cat, cow, cobra, tree, triangle, and down-dog all will be taught, along with much more. Through yoga, we can help our children find focus, learn something new, and best of all encourage the harnessing of that energy into a healthy activity. Classes are ½ hour and require only that you enjoy yourself!
Tai Chi reduces stress while increasing flexibility and balance. Within the same class people work comfortably at varied levels, since Bonnie adapts movements to meet individual needs. Wear comfortable clothing. Funded by the Friends of the Jan Platt Library.
Come play Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii U and PlayStation at the library on our large projection screens. We also have board games, party games, and cards. Or, if you prefer, hang out with friends on comfy beanbags while watching a movie, sharing stories, music and more.
Tai Chi reduces stress while increasing flexibility and balance. Within the same class people work comfortably at varied levels, since Bonnie adapts movements to meet individual needs. Wear stretchable clothing; bring a mat or towel. Funded by the Friends of the Charles J. Fendig Library.
Do you need to learn about computers starting from scratch? Come to our four week Computer Boot Camp. In this class, learn about saving files using cloud storage and USB devices. Learn how to transfer and download digital content.
Limit of 12 computers.
Participants must register in person after 3:30PM.
Learn and play the game of chess with Coach Ted McNair!
Benefits of this classic and fun game include improved memory, concentration,
and problem-solving skills. Ages 5 and up and all skill levels are welcome.
Join us for play using your engineering and artistic minds with a variety of interactive objects such as Legos, blocks, art materials, and other creative building materials. Recommended for families and their children in grades K-5.
This legal thriller by David Ellis was a runner-up for the 2015 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction. Attorney Jason Kolarich must defend a war veteran accused of a murder he didn't commit as a conspiracy unfolds against himself and his client. This program is a part of the Programs @ Lunsford series. Print and digital copies of the book are available for checkout from the library. For adults only.
Troy Maxson is a strong man, a hard man. He has had to be to survive. Troy Maxson has gone through life in an America where to be proud and black is to face pressures that could crush a man, body and soul. But the 1950s are yielding to the new spirit of liberation in the 1960s, a spirit that is changing the world Troy Maxson has learned to deal with the only way he can, a spirit that is making him a stranger, angry and afraid, in a world he never knew and to a wife and son he understands less and less.
Calling all Pokemon fans and trainers: Come the library and enjoy an afternoon of Pokemon related activities! Bring your games and cards to battle with other trainers! All skill levels, beginner to Master, are welcome. For ages 8 and up.