For most people, choosing paint colors can be overwhelming. This presentation includes over 50 examples of how and how not to use color. Explore both the science and art of proper color application and an exploration of the profound emotional, psychological and physiological effects that color has on all of us. Amy Krane, founder of […]
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Due to funding cuts, the IRS will not be providing us with a large assortment of tax forms as they have in the past. They plan to send the most basic ones: 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ. All forms can be downloaded from www.irs.gov/forms. Additionally, you can call 1-800-829-3676 to order tax products to be delivered by […]
During February and March, The Millbrook Library Gallery will be showing the work of local artist Laura Hammond Toonkel from her series called “The Witness Series.” It includes drawings, encaustic paintings and intaglio prints that investigate contrasts in the subject matter based on the passage of time, seasons, and environmental changes. Toonkel has been painting scenes of […]
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Presented by Marlene Fredericks – Senior Program Trainee on Wednesday, March 4th at 2:30. The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) deals with the 55 and older low income population to assist in preparing them to re-enter the work force. They do so by placing them in a nonprofit training site where they can upgrade […]
Are you tired of judging a book by its cover? Then go on a “Blind Date with a Book!” Check out our specially-chosen selection of books (which are wrapped to conceal their identities!) and prepare to find your new literary soulmate! Rate your blind date using cut-out hearts available at the circulation desk, and you will be entered […]
This event has been rescheduled to February 25 at 5 pm. Join us as Chef Jessica demonstrates techniques for “Asian Stir Fry for Two.” Registration is required. Call the Millbrook Library 677-3611.