Imagine it is 1772, and you were invited to a free concert performed by a young virtuoso Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? Would you turn it down?
Well, fast forward 240 years to this Sunday, September 30 at 2:00 PM, where you are invited to a free concert performed by young pianist virtuoso, MATTHEW FISHTEYN. He will be playing his own compositions including jazz, Latin, blues and rock. You will love it!
Please register online at www.orangeburg-library.org or call the library at 845-359-2244, Ext. 10.
ART RECEPTION and THANK YOU
Join us at the Orangeburg Library on Columbus Day, Monday, October 8 at 6:00 PM as we unveil the beautiful statue, “SYBIL” created by famed artist JUAN NICKFORD and donated to the Library by his wife, Jene. Refreshments will be served.
BROADWAY SATURDAY MATINEE AT THE ORANGEBURG
On Saturday, OCTOBER 2O AT 2:00 PM, Nora and Delia Ephron’s “LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE” will be presented by the M&M Acting Company. This brilliant comedy by the author of “Heartburn” and “When Harry Met Sally,” is emotional, touching and hilarious. Please register.
AARP DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE AT THE ORANGEBURG
On Wednesday and Thursday, October 24 and 25, from 1-4 both days, the AARP Driving class will be given if enough people sign up. Be sure to register ASAP by coming into the library with a check for $17 if you are an AARP member or $19 if you are not a member. Your check is your registration.
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