Sep 122014
 

Monday, September 22 @ 7:00pm

Sibley Nott (Civil War Vet & Justice of the Peace) inside the Post Office in Cheshire

Sibley Nott (Civil War Vet & Justice of the Peace) inside the Post Office in Cheshire

Town Historian Ray Henry will present on stories of such people as Ira Cribb (Father of Good Roads), Sibley Nott (Civil War Vet & Justice of the Peace), Rev. John Smith (Early Methodist Minister & “Academy Tract” Initiator), The Parrishes (Indian Interpreter and Steamboat Pilot), Rev. Zadoc Hunn (Congregational Minister & Early Church Founder).

Sep 022014
 

take-photos-with-iphone

The iPad, iPhone, and iPod are some of the most inspiring, capable, and fun imaging systems available.  More than just a snapshot device, these devices are powerful creative tools for making art right in the palm of your hand.  Learn the best techniques and tips for using the camera. Discover the variety of apps available for photo taking, special effects, editing, post-processing, and more. The best way to organize and share your photos and videos via apps, email, and social media will be demonstrated.

Requirements:

  • Basic working knowledge of iPhone
  • Charged iPad, iPhone, or iPod running iOS 5 or later
  • Have registered by calling or stopping by the library prior to workshop
Sep 022014
 
Photograph by Scott Horning

Photograph by Scott Horning

The Happiness House TBI Structured Day Program will be having an art exhibit called Believe featuring art, photography, quilting and 3D art at the Wood Library from September 9th- October 22nd in the Ewing Community Room.  The opening reception will be September 9th from 6-8PM.  A Meet and Greet is scheduled October 18th from 12-2 at the Wood Library.  All of the participants have been working hard on their projects and feel that art has no boundaries and anything is possible!

Quilt Sample

Colored pencil drawing titled ‘Owl’ by Michael Rosato