May 2021 – Virtual Programs for Adults

From our friends at Wayne Public Library: A Conversation with Bill Charlap, Grammy-winning Jazz PianistWednesday, May 5th at 1:00 pm
Bill Charlap is a Grammy-winning jazz pianist, the Director of Jazz Studies at William Paterson University, and he serves as artistic director for the Jazz in July series at the 92nd Street Y. This free program is sponsored by Wayne Public Library. Click to register for this free program.

Keep This, Toss That! Spring Cleaning Tips with Jamie Novak
Thursday, May 6 at 7 pm
Join best selling author and organizing humorist Jamie Novak as she shares what to keep, toss, share and sell when spring cleaning. You will create your own spring cleaning checklist and you will log off with ideas and advice to tidy up this spring. Click to register.

NASA: The First Decade, 1958 – 1968
Tuesday, May 18 at 7 pm
Join Solar System Ambassador Mike Greene for a trip back in time to NASA’s beginnings. We will look at America’s competition with the Soviet Union, the piloted missions of the Mercury and Gemini programs, and the early Apollo missions–from the tragedy of Apollo 1 to the triumph of Apollo 8. Click to register for this free program.

 

Great Escapes of World War II
Thursday, May 27 at 7 pm
Historian Rick Feingold brings to life the thrilling stories of two escape attempts by British forces during World War II, in

cluding the Stalag Luft III escape that inspired the Steve McQueen film The Great Escape. This program is co-sponsored with several other PALS Plus Consortium Libraries. Click to register for this free program.