“Wednesday Afternoon Cinema” features Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers all this month. “TOP HAT”(1935) is next. 2pm
Fred and Ginger perform ‘”CHEEK TO CHEEK” and “ISN’T IT A LOVELY DAY?” in this landmark film.
Poet Roy Kenyon has lived and worked in our mountaintop community for most of his life and throughout that time developed a unique and thoughtful voice inspired by our locale , it’s beauty and it’s people. Poems entitled “I Dreamed I was a Tree”, “The Early Morning Sky”, “Waiting for the Sun” and “Rocket Boy”, offer ideas of nature, spirituality and humanity that often deeply move those few fortunate enough to have read or heard his work. The Hunter Public Library is happy to have Mr. Kenyon as our guest to conduct his first public reading.
Written for those who are just discovering the library or are still to discover it, this story is a Hunter Public Library adventure. Libraries are a place of discovery and community, a crucial link to information in today’s society, especially for people who are lifelong learners, need access to computers and Internet, and those who are seeking kindred spirits. Come visit the Hunter Public Library!