Morton Memorial Library Newsletter – 6/8/2017

Morton Book Club
All the Light You Cannot See
Tuesday, June 13 @ 6:30 pm

Read, ponder, discuss, broaden your horizons, have fun . . .
All the Light You Cannot See by Anthony Doer.

Copies available now at Morton Library.
Call 845-876-2903 to register and pick up your book.
We’d love to have you join!

Unleash Your Inner Artist
Wednesdays, June 14 – July 126:30 pm

Do you just love art BUT never thought you were artist?  Come to Morton and discover your inner artist with instructor Linda Curtis.  Through SoulCollage you will unleash that artist that has always been hiding in you!  No artistic skills needed.

Cost:  $20/workshop or $75 for series.
(Basic materials included, additional materials for sale.)

Registration requested!  Please call 845-876-2903 to reserve a space.

Sponsored by Arts Mid-Hudson

Richard’s Rhinecliff Acoustic Show
Friday, June 168:00 pm

Featuring:  Thomas Earl, Jan Ross, Ron Renninger, Ethan Cambell, and Harmony Grits.

Donations to benefit Morton are suggested.

Refreshments provided by
China Rose and The Rhinecliff.

Sponsored by
THOMPSON Technology Solutions & Design

Book Signing with Donald Anderson
Currencies of August
Thursday, June 22 @ 6:30 pm

Donald Anderson came to Marist College in 1970 to teach literature, writing, and theatre. He retired in 2012 and now holds the title Professor Emeritus of English. Currencies of August is the fulfillment of a promise made (to himself) at age seven: to publish a novel.
Set in the Hudson Valley, its narrator, Jeremiah Curtin, is a first-year college teacher who struggles with the paradoxes of his new profession while simultaneously trying to educate himself in the complexities of loving the woman who was his first-grade teacher 20 years earlier.
This is a story of boundaries and breakthroughs.

Free and open to the public.
There will be copies of the book for purchase and signing.

Little Red Schoolhouse
A Completely Creative Book Camp For 2nd-5th Graders
Beginning Monday, June 26 @ 9:00 am

Bringing back the magic every day 9-3 this summer!
SAMPLE SESSIONS
Around The World-travel to different countries through books! Character portraits, passport play, global crafts/activities
Magical Kingdoms-imagination flies with books that cast a reading spell! Shoebox fantasy worlds, mystical masks, magic potions, and more
Time Travel-travel back in time to play in history! Create old time journals, history pen pals, word quilting, illuminated manuscripts, time travel art

$225 per one week session, multiple session/sibling discounts

For More Information, contact :
Priscilla Gideon 914-474-4393, gidkids@aol.com
Teacher Lifetime Member The Actors’ Studio
Princeton B.A./English/Theatre.
Columbia University M.A./English,
Columbia University M.F.A./Writing

Hudson Valley Playwrights
Bi-weekly

Workshops for writing plays
Bi-weekly meetings.

A creative venue for local playwrights to develop new works, from first inspiration to final production. The goal is to promote local talent and increase production of new plays in regional theaters and beyond.

RSVP for more info: (845) 217-0734
hudsonvalleyplaywrights@gmail.com
www.hudsonvalleyplaywrights.com

Lacan Reading
Weekly

Reading of the Work of Jacques Lacan
Weekly meetings
(Please call to confirm)

Hosted by the Lacan Reading Group and Morton Memorial Library. Moderated by Dr. Anna McLellan, member of the Après-Coup Psychoanalytic Association.
Subject: Lacan’s Seminars.
Please call the library to register, or for more information, call Dr. McLellan at 917-270-8280.

Morton Memorial Library & Community House

PO Box 157

Rhinecliff, Ny 12574