Growing up is exciting, but sometimes cooking can be an even greater adventure.Lucy Knisley tenderly recounts her childhood and college years as the child of a chef and a foodie, a life filled with food and spices. Also included are some of her favorite recipes, presented in comic-book form as full-page instructional drawings.
Celebrate the New Sunday Hours at Palisades Library! Starting Oct. 6, the library will be open Sundays 1 p.m to 5 p.m.To kick off the first Sunday we will have:Story timeCraft programsA live animal program featuring Reptiles Alive!RefreshmentsGiveawaysFun for the entire family!
Join us Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. to view the film Student.A solitary philosophy student commits a calculated violent crime against the backdrop of Kazakhstan's growing inequality, institutional corruption and a ruthless ethic of eat-or-be-eaten. In Kazakh and Russian with English subtitlesKazakhstan, 2012, 90 minutesFor Adults
What's your type? Do you go for the traditional, classic type -- the kind that looks like it just came from Ancient Greece and Mount Olympus?Or are you more of a new age person, attracted to the strong Germanic type?Maybe you go for the nerdy ones, the ones that look like a computer program.
Join us Tuesdays, Oct. 1, 8, and 15, at 7 p.m. with instructor David Newcomb who has been meditating for over 36 years. Mr. Newcomb will demonstrate a simple, time-tested meditation technique and explore how it can positively impact both our professional and personal lives.
Join us on Tuesday, September, 24 at 6:30 to view the film Cairo 678, in which three Egyptian women from very different backgrounds pull together in uneasy solidarity to combat the sexual harassment that has had an impact on each of their lives.