Verdi’s “Ballo” is about the assassination of a Head of State. This is no laughing matter. Nevertheless, the opera is sprinkled with characters getting the giggles and the chuckles. Jeffrey Engel will detail the background of “Un Ballo in Maschera,” play musical highlights, and explain why laughter plays a part in such a dark subject.
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Dr. Jason Chang will help us to understand more about these events by providing participants with an overview of Asian American history and point to actions people can take to combat racism in their community Read more >
Come join Jeff Shealey for chair pilates and toning. Pilates is designed to strengthen core & abdominal muscles, which results in improving your entire body, making routine, daily tasks easier. Read more >
All meetings of the Library Building Committee are open to the public, including this virtual meeting. Read more >
Thinking of starting your own business? Already in business but have questions? This workshop will focus on the program and services provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBA helps make the American dream of small business ownership a reality. Read more >
Stuck in a rut with your writing? Try writing a list poem. They are easy to write, and can be a surprisingly effective way to express certain ideas or emotions. A list poem can be amusing, or it can use the incantatory power of repetition to reinforce a depth of feeling. In this workshop we will look at some samples of list poems, talk about possible topics, and try writing a draft of our own. Read more >