Posted by Ardyce on March 6th, 2014
At March First Friday
7-9 PM, Friday, March 7
Profile – front and center! Lights, camera, paintbrush! First Friday at The Pember in Granville will be portrait time, with painted and photographic portraits of artists Gigi Zeitler and George Bouret on display. Be sure to smile and bring your best face…
Oil portrait artist Gigi Zeitler has a B.A. in art from Douglass College, Rutgers University and continued her education at Parsons School of Design and the Graduate School of Architecture at New Jersey Institute of Technology. She studied under portrait artist Paul McCormack for over five years and has done workshops at the Woodstock School of Art with portrait artist Lois Woolley and contemporary master HongNian Zhang.
Documentary photographer George Bouret graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Working freelance for nearly thirty years, George specializes in portrait, fashion and architectural work. He recently concluded a two-year commission photographing the construction of a new wing of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. He will be showing “Portraits at the Fair”.
Salem Artist Ruthanne Hunter specializes in glass bead making in the great underground tradition of lampworking – where the bead is made in an open flame. The beads are then formed into wearable jewelry.
Crackers, Crepes & Crisps of Dorset will be providing food.
Nearby, the Slate Valley Museum will host An Irish First Friday with live, traditional Irish music, Irish artifacts and munchies.
First Friday is the first Friday of every month. Hours are always 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Pember Library & Museum 33 West Main Street, Granville, NY. Tel 518-642-1515 http://www.pembermuseum.com
Slate Valley Museum 17 Water Street, Granville, NY. Tel 518- 642-1417
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Posted by Ardyce on February 26th, 2014
Love Story with Murder, The Dead in their Vaulted Arches, The Brass Man, Mrs Lincoln’s Rival, Mrs Poe, Romancing the Duke
Under Your Skin, The Sentinels of Andersonville , Harmony Cabins, Under the Wide and Starry Sky, The Mangle Street Murders, Runner
After I’m Gone, No good duke goes unpunished, One good earl deserves a lover, Bertie Plays the Blues, Feel the Heat, First Love,Once in a lifetime, Tatiana, Christmas in Snowflake Canyon, Hunting Shadows
Other new books not pictured: Command Authority; Lady Catherine, the Earl, and the real Downton Abbey; Out of the woods : a memoir of wayfinding; In the Blood
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Posted by Ardyce on February 22nd, 2014
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Posted by Ardyce on February 21st, 2014
NYS Tax Forms are now available in the library.
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Posted by Ardyce on February 19th, 2014
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Big Library Read, OverDrive’s “global book club,” is back once again for libraries to lend millions of users around the world the same eBook simultaneously for free! The program that in 2013 brought us Michael Malone’s Four Corners of the Sky and Jane O’Connor’s Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth is now bringing the secrets of the kitchen to your eReaders, tablets and computers.
Food Network and Cooking Channel star Aida Mollenkamp has provided her culinary guide Keys to the Kitchen to all participating libraries for their users to enjoy from February 17 through March 5, free for the program duration with simultaneous worldwide usage rights, without wait lists or holds.
Keys to the Kitchen is a cookbook by definition, but it’s much more than simply directions to get from page to plate. Author Aida Mollenkamp provides helpful how-to information on everything from proper knife skills and finding the right ingredients to throwing a show- stopping cocktail party. It doesn’t just provide ideas on what to cook, but also walks the reader through how to cook.
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