Earn auto insurance discounts of up to 10%. The class runs from 10am to 4pm and is open to all motorists and learner's permit holders with vehicles insured in New York state. Please bring your permit or license with you and a check for $30 made payable to Arthur Aldrich. The library does not open until 11am on Saturdays, so please enter through the door to the Community Room at the rear of the building. Follow the ramp from the small parking lot out back.

Call Barry at 845 359-2811 to register or email bkoch@rcls.org | Class is subject to cancellation if there is not enough interest

Videographer, Craig Dudnick, presents a screening of his inspiring documentary, Alice's Ordinary People. Alice Tregay was an unsung hero of the civil rights movement. She was a fearless activist who effected extraordinary change during the period spanning the marches of Dr. Martin Luther King through the election of Barack Obama. Dudnick describes the atmosphere in Chicago that drew Alice to the cause and tells how he came to make the film. A Q&A follows the viewing.

This screening is a collaborative program sponsored by the Blauvelt, Orangeburg, Palisades, Piermont and Tappan Libraries.

     Orangeburg Library Auditorium
     20 South Greenbush Road
     Orangeburg, NY
     845 359-2244

Register at > www.orangeburglibrary.org

This third event of the Friends three-part ramp-up to the NYC trip to a matinee of the play is a showing of the 1962 film, To Kill a Mockingbird, starring Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch, in an Oscar-winning performance.

Watch an acclaimed documentary about the Pulitzer Prize winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird, part of the PBS Masters series, by local filmmaker, Mary McDonagh Murphy. The film delves into the life and legacy of Harper Lee.

Blauvelt resident, Margaret Winslow and her white donkey, Caleb, will visit the library for a meet 'n greet, slide show, reading and book signing. Learn how Caleb challenged Margie to grasp his true nature and rediscover her own.

Behringer Room (yes, the donkey will actually be in the building)

SNOW DATE Sunday Januar 20th at 2pm

Master Class in Anatomy Drawing

2-hour sessions from 4 - 6pm with Chris Raccioppi
Students can register for 4 or 8 weeks of classes

Chris is a classically trained draftsman and sculptor who conducts
two 4-week programs: Drawing Fundamentals, followed by
a Master Class in Anatomy Drawing. Chris is immensely
popular with his students.

Call Barry at 845 359-2811 to register for either or both classes | Teens welcome | Limit 15

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