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February Events for Children at the Bronxville Library PDF Print Email

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By Bronxville Library Staff


Feb. 15, 2017:  Spend winter break at the Bronxville Library! There are events and activities for children and teens every day during the week; all are at 2:00 pm except the time management workshop.

For young children: 

Tuesday, Feb. 21:  LEGO Club, Ages 4 and up

Wednesday, Feb. 22:  Cartooning Workshop, Ages 6 and up

Thursday, Feb. 23:  Marshmallow Snowmen, Ages 3 and up

Friday, Feb. 24:  Magic Show, Ages 3 and up

Saturday, Feb. 25:  Family Film: Guardians of Oz, Rated PG, 86 minutes

For Teens and Tweens:

Time Management Workshop:  Does your teen need to learn how to use his/her time wisely? Join us for a time management workshop for teens seventh grade and up and their parents with Dr. Dominique Padurano on Thursday, February 9, at 7:00 pm. Registration required.

Tween Cooking Course:  We haven't forgotten about our tweens! Visit the library for our first all-tween cooking class on Tuesday, February 28. We could be making anything from spaghetti and meatballs to doughnuts! Ages 8-13. Registration required.

Pictured here:  The Bronxville Public Library in the snow.

Photo by Stephanie Harrington

 
Reception for Exhibition of Photography by Bronxville HS Senior Sophia Anagnostakis at Bronxville Women’s Club Sunday, February 12 PDF Print Email

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By Lisa Sorensen, Local Artist and Photographer


Feb. 8, 2017:  On Sunday, February 12, there will be a reception for Bronxville High School senior Sophia Anagnostakis at The Bronxville Women's Club for an exhibition of her photographs titled Perspective. The reception will be from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Sophia Anagnostakis is an honor roll student and a three-season athlete at Bronxville High School. Over the past two years, she has been studying photography under the direction of local artist and photographer Lisa Sorensen

Sophia has developed a passion for photography and a unique vision that is clearly revealed in her photos.

All of the proceeds from the exhibition will go to the nonprofit children's advocacy group the Association to Benefit Children (ABC), which is in East Harlem, for its community garden program. Sophia has worked at ABC as a camp counselor for at-risk youth and organized a book drive for ABC's Head Start program. 

Pictured here:  Bronxville High School senior and photographer Sophia Anagnostakis.  

Photo courtesy Lisa Sorensen

 
Lectures and Movies at the Bronxville Library in February PDF Print Email

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By Staff


Feb. 8, 2017:  The Basics of Alzheimer's:  On Thursday, February 9, at 1:30 pm, a program will be presented at the library that covers topics on Alzheimer's disease, such as warning signs, differences in dementias, how to get a proper diagnosis, stages of the disease, treatment options, research, and services to help. Registration is required (914-337-7680).

Sitting Better: The Feldenkrais Method of Movement:  On Tuesday, February 14, at 1:30 pm, Patricia Wahl, certified Feldenkrais practitioner, will hold an informative workshop on the Feldenkrais Method for anyone who wants to reconnect with their natural abilities to move, think, and feel.

Whether you want to be more comfortable sitting at your computer, playing with your children or grandchildren, performing a favorite pastime, or healing from an injury, these gentle lessons can improve your overall wellbeing. Registration is required (914-337-7680).

Author Talk:  On Saturday, February 18, at 2:00 pm, Westchester author Jacqueline Goldstein will read excerpts from her book Ms. Murphy's Makeover.  A Q&A session will follow.

Learn to Paint Like Georgia O'Keeffe:  On Friday, February 24, at 10:30 am, a workshop will be held on learning to paint in the style of Georgia O'Keeffe and learning more about the artist and her style of painting. No artistic experience necessary. Space is limited. Registration is required (914-337-7680).

The Adult Book Discussion Group:  On Tuesday, February 21, the Adult Book Discussion Group will meet in the library boardroom from 7:00 to 8:30 pm to discuss Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. "Powerful and passionate . . . profoundly moving . . . a searing meditation on what it means to be black in America today." Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times. 

Don't forget to check out our Adult Coloring Group, which meets every Monday at 1:30 pm, and our Social Needlers knitting and crochet group, which meets every Wednesday at 11:00 am.

Movies in February:

Thurs. 2/16:  The Hollars, 1:30 pm, PG-13, 88 minutes.

Wed. 2/22:  Wild Oats, 1:30 pm, PG-13, 86 minutes.

Tues. 2/28:  Miracles from Heaven, 6:30 pm, PG-13, 109 minutes. 

Pictured here:  The Bronxville Public Library.

Photo by A. Warner

 
Opening Reception for 'Dreams & Reality: Vision of Urban Architecture' by Richard Haas to Be Held at OSilas Gallery Thursday, February 2 PDF Print Email

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By Elizabeth Vranka, Executive Director, OSilas Gallery


Feb. 1, 2017:  An opening reception will be held at OSilas Gallery, on the campus of Concordia College, on Thursday, February 2, at 7:00 pm for an exhibition of works of art by noted American muralist Richard HaasDreams & Reality: Vision of Urban Architecture. Haas's art focuses on architecture.  

The reception is free and open to the public and will feature a brief talk by the artist. Free and ample parking is available on the campus of the college.

This exhibition was curated by Charles T. Little, curator emeritus of medieval art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Over the years, many of Haas's murals have been destroyed either by the elements or by building developers. There are blessings and curses that come with urban reform.

The exhibition features a variety of architectural drawings, maquettes, paintings, and prints.

Gallery hours:  Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: noon to 5:00 pm; Thursdays, noon to 7:00 pm; and Saturdays and Sundays, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

To arrange a group tour of this exhibition outside normal gallery hours, please contact Executive Director Elizabeth Vranka at 914-337-9300, ext. 2173.

Pictured here:  American muralist Richard Haas.

Photo courtesy Elizabeth Vranka, Executive Director, OSilas Gallery

 
Concordia College and Conservatory Announce Two Endowments in Memory of Mary C. Hoch PDF Print Email

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By Kathleen Suss, Executive Director, Concordia Conservatory


Jan. 25, 2017:   Concordia Conservatory is pleased to announce it has established two endowment funds in memory of Mary C. Hoch: the Mary C. Hoch Endowed Scholarship Fund and the Hoch Chamber Music Endowed Fund. 

These funds will, respectively, assist need-based music students of all ages and ensure world-class chamber music at Concordia College. The endowment funds were donated by over 200 families and friends to Concordia College in Mary's memory.

Mary passed away from traumatic brain injury in August of 2016. Her influence on Concordia and the greater Bronxville community was extensive and profound. 

Mary and her husband, Jim, founded the Hoch Chamber Music Series in 2001, a premiere music series that has become one of the true treasures of the community and Concordia College. 

Mary's passion for providing high-level musical experiences for children and adults and cultivating the next generation of chamber music lovers is realized through these endowments. Mary's love for and dedication to music education will continue to enrich the lives of Concordia Conservatory students and audiences for generations to come.

Said Executive Director Kathleen Suss, "These two endowment funds empower the core of the Conservatory's mission to inspire, instruct, and enrich lives through music offering excellence in education and performance. Mary's profound impact will influence countless students and concert goers for many years to come. On a personal and professional level, I am so grateful for all that Mary has done on behalf of Concordia Conservatory and the community. As her devoted partner in these endeavors, Jim Hoch continues his dedication to outstanding music education and world-class performances at Concordia."

Pictured here (L to R): At the endowment signing are Jim Hoch, Kathleen Suss, executive director of Concordia Conservatory, Heather McGuiness, vice president for advancement, and Concordia College’s President Dr. John Nunes.

Photo courtesy Kathleen Suss, Executive Director, Concordia Conservatory

 
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