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February Break Fun for Children!
AARP Free Income Tax Preparation – every Friday @ 10 – 2:30pm,  February 2 – April 13, Community Room

Fun  Movies for Everyone!

 If I Stay

Thursday, February 22 @ 1pm
Teen Library

 February Break Teen Films                

February 21, 22, 23 @ 1pm
Teen Library

Darkest Hour

Thursday, March 8, @ 11am
Community Room

Looking for local community events? Look here!

 We are pleased to announce that our next AARP Defensive Driving classes  will be held later this Spring, date to be announced.


Health Care Navigator

New Hours: Every Saturday,        10am – 4pm.
Call (914) 336 – 6934 to schedule an appointment.

Children’s Programs

Please park strollers in the Warner art gallery hallway on the lower level when attending children’s programs.

Programs for School Age Children


Adult Programs


ESL Conversation Class

Every Wednesday @ 6 – 7:30pm
Historical Society Room

Adult Coloring

Monday,  March 12 @ 4 – 6:30pm
Community Room

Teens: Ride, read, and reduce your Library fines.
Call Ellen @ (914) 630 – 5875 for details.

Hobbit House
Feb 1 – Mar 30 all-day

Glass Display Case – Main Level
Design Explorations for a Modern Modular “Hobbit House” Or Bag End 2.0  -=-  Presented by Fred Bartels

“Books sometimes plant seeds that may lie dormant for years, waiting for the right opportunity to sprout and flourish. As a boy I read J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” and it placed an image in my mind of a warm, cozy home with a curved turf-covered roof.

That seed of an image remained ungerminated for many years, until a wonderful (and free) Computer Aided Design program called SketchUp made 3D design easily accessible to design amateurs like myself.

Over many years, as I played with and developed some mastery of SketchUp, the Hobbit House concept grew and began throwing off many branches. I first worked on overall house design concepts, without worrying much about how the designs might be built. More recently I’ve been exploring various techniques and approaches that might be used to bring these designs to life.

In this display are images and models of some of the approaches I’ve found interesting. I’ve also built some larger prototypes that are too big to be displayed here. Most of the SketchUp design files I’ve used in this work are available on the SketchUp 3D Warehouse at this URL: https://goo.gl/HnxNwK

I may never build a modern modular Hobbit House using these ideas but I have had great fun exploring them, and they’ve helped keep me connected to Tolkien’s delightful world, and the youth who discovered and wandered enchanted in that realm so many years ago.” – Fred Bartels

Rye Neck School District Exhibits
Feb 8 – Mar 29 all-day

Warner Gallery – Lower Level

Drawing, Painting, Collage and Printmaking: A collection of work created by students in grades K – 6 with Ms. Trisha Appel and Mrs. Dara Goodman.

Students were inspired by artists, art movements, cultures, and various techniques to create a nice range of artwork.

‘G’ is for Giddyup!
Feb 22 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Program Room

Come circle ’round the camp with Marie, for a rootin’ and tootin’ good time! Registration required – please call (914) 630 – 5894 to register.

This program is for children ages 12 – 36 months, with their caregivers.

If I Stay
Feb 22 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Teen Library

If I Stay: Life changes in an instant for young Mia Hall after a car accident puts her in a coma. During an out-of-body experience, she must decide whether to wake up and live a life far different than she had imagined. The choice is hers if she can go on.

Starring:  Chloë Grace MoretzMireille EnosJamie Blackley

Rated: PG-13 for some language, drinking, sexuality and partial nudity thematic elements and brief sensuality – all involving teens.

Open to Middle & High School Aged Teens

Mamaroneck Children’s Movie Matinee
Feb 22 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Community Room

Leap! An orphan girl dreams of becoming a ballerina and flees her rural Brittany for Paris, where she passes for someone else and accedes to the position of pupil at the Grand Opera house.

Starring:  Elle FanningDane DeHaanCarly Rae Jepsen

This program is for children in grades K – Elementary school.

AARP Free Income Tax Preparation
Feb 23 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

Community Room

AARP membership is not required to take advantage of the free, income tax preparation service.

Please bring the following documents with you:

  • Copy of last year’s federal and state income tax returns
  • W-2 forms showing income from your employer
  • 1099-R forms showing pension or annuity income
  • SSA-1099 forms showing Social Security benefits
  • 1099-DIV, -INT, -G, -MISC, -OID forms showing dividends, interest, NYS tax refund, gambling income, etc.
  • Health Care information received from the Marketplace, if any.
  • Any other information concerning your income and deductions
  • Photo ID and Social Security/ITIN cards
  • Bank information, if direct deposit of refund desired


Feb 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Teen Library
Beginning Saturday, February 17 @ 11am, through Thursday, February 22, stop by the Teen Library, choose your sport, and make your game out of the provided supplies. Then, register to compete in the First Official Box Olympic Games!
This program is open to Middle & High School Aged teens.


Everything, Everything
Feb 23 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Teen Library

Everything, Everything: A teenager who’s spent her whole life confined to her home falls for the boy next door.

Starring:  Amandla StenbergNick RobinsonAnika Noni Rose

Rated: PG-13 for some language, drinking, sexuality and partial nudity thematic elements and brief sensuality – all involving teens.

Open to Middle & High School Aged Teens

All Ages Storyhour
Feb 24 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am

Children’s Room

No Registration Required.

Stories that will appeal to all ages of kids and their caregivers.

Kathleen Reckling: 5 Women Artists You Should Know — Who Aren’t Frida Kahlo
Feb 25 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Community Room
Conversations with Artists and Performers

Do we still need to talk about women artists?

Only 27 women (out of 318 artists) are represented in the 9th edition of H.W. Janson’s survey, History of Art — up from zero in the 1980s.  Women earn half of the MFAs granted in the United States, yet only account for 30% of artists represented by commercial galleries.

We need to talk about women artists

Kathleen Reckling has managed over 40 curatorial and public art projects at ArtsWestchester’s gallery and other spaces. She was curator of the NEA-grant funded exhibitions Crossing Borders (2015) and SHE (2016), as well as the NYSCA-grant funded exhibition Give Us the Vote (2017). In 2015 she was named one of Westchester’s most influential business leaders under the age of 30 in 914 INC’s Wunderkinds edition.