PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS @ the
IRVINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
Earlier time for Yoga with Nicole!
Please use the links above to register for each class you wish to attend.
Write a memoir others will want to read! Catherine Wald helps inspire you
with writing assignments and suggestions on how to improve your narrative.
Register for each workshop by clicking on the date.
Learn How to Play American Standard Contract Bridge!
Nationally-ranked player Elena Prahin will teach beginning players bidding, scoring,
defense, bridge etiquette, and play of hand in 8 sequential classes.
Please register and commit to all eight lessons. 7:30-8:30 PM
February 19, February 26,
March 5, March 12,
April 9, April 12,
May 7, May 28
Thursday Evening Book Club
The March meeting will discuss the book,
The Descendants by Kaui Hart Hemmings
on March 21 at 7:30 PM
Help For Seniors to Demystify Medicare
and Healthcare Coverage
Saturday, March 23
10:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Attend a short lecture on the many confusing options
offered for Medicare coverage.
Or, stop by after the program to ask Seniors Out Speaking
Representative Julie Woodward about your personal
Medicare concerns. Please phone (914) 231-3236 to register.
Saturday, March 30 at 2 p.m.
Benito Mussolini, the Man Behind the Uniform
Italians either revered or reviled Benito Mussolini. He rose to power during a time of poverty and chaos in Italy.
He claimed to restore order, but at what cost? His methods were violent and ruthless.
Learn more at this slide lecture by Toni McKeen. Please register ahead Free.
April 4 at 7:00 p.m.
Meet the author, Peter Stark
Peter Stark, author of The Last Empty Places: A Past and Present Journey Through the Blank Spots on the American Map (Ballantine, 2010)
and Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson’s Lost Pacific Empire (Ecco, 2014) will be at the Irvington Public Library to discuss his
latest book, Young Washington: How Wilderness and War Forged America’s Founding Father (Ecco, 2018)
Stark presents George Washington as a young man in his 20s and 30s, long before he became the “Father of Our Country.” In his youth, George Washington was
egotistical, tempermental, driven by ambition and excessively thin-skinned. Peter Stark argues that his experiences as a British Officer sent into the wilderness of the
Ohio River Valley honed the the young man into a leader of men.
Saturday, May 18 @ 2 p.m.
FACT OR FAKE?
Exploring the Role of Media in Politics
Presented by the League of Women Voters Of Westchester
Free, Non-partisan and open to all.