|October 13, 2015|
|7:00 pm||to||8:30 pm|
Tuesday October 13th
Do you understand what you are entitled to?
Popular questions such as “when can I stop working?”, “how much can I expect from the government?” and “what’s the best claiming strategy to maximize my benefits?” will be discussed.
Seating is limited and refreshments will be served. Please RSVP at: 696-3423.
Program is free and open to the public. Funded by Warren County and the Town of Lake Luzerne.
This month we are welcoming Reneé Leigh Stephenson as our featured artist. She is a freelance illustrator living in Glens Falls, New York.
Reneé graduated with a BFA in Illustration from the University of Buffalo. She
specializes in watercolor and hand drawn line art. In addition to a variety of
traditional media, Reneé also incorporates Photoshop and Illustrator into her
work. Much of Reneé’s art reflects her deep love of animals, nature and the outdoors. Reneé spends much of her free time hiking, kayaking, and backpacking in the Adirondack
I hope you all had a wonderful summer. As we head into fall I would like to point out that your library offers two book-drops at our location. One is on the front porch. Sometimes in the winter those steps can be a bit slick and filled with snow. The other book drop is at the top of our covered handicapped ramp. Access to the handicapped ramp is from the driveway on the side of our building.
Please use which ever book drop is best for you. We check them both daily.
September Artist – Helga Grobel began her career as an artist in the 1960s working with clay. She became a proficient potter making bowls, plates, teapots, urns and hand built objects. In the 1980s and 1990s she focused on making jewelry using her own on-of-a-kind Raku beads. Her necklaces became multi-media with the addition of woven fiber and by adding beads from around the world along with her won hand forged brass and copper elements. Her interest in fiber art led her… to create woven and stitched fiber collages that are exhibited this month at the library.
These paper sculptures are products of her free-flowing creative process using paper products especially soft egg cartons which are recycled into pulp and processed in a manner similar to clay.
Come see her artwork sculptures this month, but please don’t touch. Watch for an upcoming artist reception at the end of the month!