Warren Public Library is Busy in April-2010!

The WPL has a diverse list of events planned for April-2010.  Please mark your calendars with the following:

– A POETRY SLAM  on Monday, April 12 at the WPL from 6:30-8PM.  Bring two original poems, 3-minutes or less in length, for recitation, performance, and competition.  Geof Hewitt will host the fun and entertaining evening.  We are looking for Slam participants and audience members.  Light refreshments will be served;

“WHEN CULTURES MEET”- BOOK DISCUSSION on Thursday, April 15 at the WPL-9:30AM.  VHC Scholar, Rachael Cohen, will lead the discussion about “Changes in the Land” by WM. Cronon;

ADULT ONLINE CATALOG TRAINING on Tuesday, April 20 at the WPL from 11AM-Noon.  Please call the WPL (496-3913) to register as participants will need login and password info before class; and

ARMCHAIR TRAVELOGUE on Tuesday, April 27 at Evergreen Place (Waitsfield) at Noon.  This travel series about Greece  includes reading lists, speakers and international cuisine.  Please call Lorraine (496-2543), at least 24 hours ahead, for lunch reservations.

Call the Warren Library (496-3913) or Gail Hietzker (583-1935) for additional information.

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  1. I thought the Warren Library’s Poetry Slam was an entertaining evening for all ages. I had a great time and I think other people in attendance were having a great time, too. Geof Hewitt, the Slam Master, was a riot. The Warren Library deserves a “round of applause” for the programs they present. Thanks.

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