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Beginning on Tuesday April 4 at 9:30 AM there will be a 4 part Crochet Class. No advance registration, but first to come will get a spot.
April Art History and Appreciation
On Wednesdays April 5, 12, 19, 26 10:00 AM join Liz Cohen for a series of art classes that will teach art history and appreciation through the actual creation of individual’s own art. Students will learn about the following periods of art: Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, and Abstract Expressionism. While learning the art history, participants will make art in the style of an artist representative of each period. Doing art practice will teach students to appreciate the thought processes and skills of artists during each period of history. First come gets a spot.
Wellness Wednesdays: Pain, Pain Go Away with Dr. Anthony Orlando
As part of the Hoboken Public Library’s partnership with the City of Hoboken, please join us Wednesday April 26 at 6:30 PM where Dr. Anthony Orlando, Physical Therapist will present Pain, Pain Go Away: Manage and Eliminate Neck and Lower Back Pain.
On Thursday April 27 at 7 PM unwind with spa water and coloring for adults.
Beginner Knitting Class
On Tuesday, May 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 9:30-11:30 AM join Lisa M. Barnes for a series of beginning knitting classes and make a lacy cowl, perfect for spring. You must be available to attend all four classes. No advance registration, but first to come will get a spot.
Morning Art Class
On Wednesday, May 3, 10, 17, and 24 at 10 AM Liz Cohen will be teaching a series of four drawing classes on plain air landscape painting during the month of May 2017. No advance registration, but first to come will get a spot.
Energy Savings Workshop at the Library
Presented by the City of Hoboken's Green Team this event on Thursday May 4 at 7 PM will start with a presentation on the Hoboken Solar Challenge, and then will have an “open house” for the remainder of the hour where residents can speak to vendors about renewable energy, energy conservation, and clean power products and services. Open to all no sign ups.