Proudly continuing its successful series presented in conjunction with the Town of Warwick Historical Society and the Albert Wisner Public Library, the Village of Warwick Sesquicentennial Committee will present another Second Sunday Conversation on Sun., Oct. 8 from 2 to 4 p.m.
The event will be held at the Albert Wisner Public Library, located at 1 McFarland Dr. in Warwick. The series of informal and entertaining talks are not only free, but are also an easy way to connect to and be a part of the amazing historic Village and the community.
This month the theme will be “Warwick: The Writer’s Studio,” where local authors will discuss Warwick as their muse and how living in the Warwick Valley helps to shape their craft. The authors who will give an insightful talk include: Tom Mattingly, an author of children’s books and other fine works; Donna Spector, a poet and a playwright; Susanne Meyer-Fitzsimmons, whose focus is on wellness and holistic living; two authors hailing from the realm of mystery – Norman Isaacson and Anita Page; and the Village of Warwick’s poet laureate, Katherine Petrillo-Klein.
Everyone is invited to listen to these authors on a wide range of subjects and styles, fulfilling many appetites for literary discussion.
To register for this program, call the Library help desk at 986-1047, ext. 3 or visit www.albertwisnerlibrary.org.