Events

Then, Now and Forever Workshop

         presented on

Saturday March 11, 10 a.m. to noon

   in the Teen Room, Main floor of Hamilton Library

         A Life Story Workshop

Sponsored by the Friends, presented by professional presenter Donna Atkins, a communications expert

Would you like to create a written record of your life experiences? Start your memoir or autobiography for your children and family or friends? You can with a little help from Donna and this workshop. Receive a workbook as well.

Free but limited to 10 more participants

Contact Rodney by March 6 to RSVP your slot:

rodrichards62@gmail.com or call 609-585-6120

       and leave a detailed message and contact info

 

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Step Back in Time and view the 10 Greatest Dancers of the 20th Century

Join us on Tuesday January 24, 2017 at 7 pm to be mesmerized and enthralled by a recreation of the lives of such greats as Martha Graham, Gene Kelly, Michael Jackson, Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, Rudolph Nuyeyev, Mikhail Braishnikov and more.

Following a very short Friends of the Hamilton Library meeting, Ms. Rochelle Christopher and her staff from Victorian Vanities Inc., create a program showing the art of dance as a unique form of expression, employing universal body language that everyone understands.

From ballet to contemporary, from hip-hop to salsa, and from oriental to flamenco, dance is enjoying a renaissance.

This live presentation showcases ten of the greatest dancers of the twentieth century — selected for their fame, popularity, and influence around the globe.

Hope to see you on the 24th in the Lower level Library Meeting Room

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Join Us! for a local Author’s Showcase

Wednesday, Sept. 28  7-9 pm, Downstairs Rooms 3 & 4 

Stop in and mingle anytime and support your Hamilton authors!!

Your Hamilton writers/authors will be available for you to meet and greet, chat with, and purview or purchase their exceptional books and stories, many at a discount.

Meet and greet Dr. Michael P. Riccards, local author of over 17 books (creative nonfiction) and a book of plays (some performed); Rodney Richards and his memoir Episodes about being bipolar; Sandy DiPierro and How Snowflake Finds Her Courage; Marlo Berliner, daughter of Hamilton rocket scientist and well-known teacher Jerry Iacona; and our own community activist Marilyn Jose’s daughter Stephanie’s and her novel; Dennis Papp ‘s weapon against fear; and Robert Matuzan’s Marines Don’t Have Curlers.

Invite friends and let’s support local Hamilton authors!

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