Amy Dolan, Radnor resident and certified yoga instructor, is the owner of her own studio “Yoga with Spirit”. Wear comfortable clothing. Held at Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Ave, Wayne, PA 19087.
Select and prepare a recipe from the selected cookbook and bring it to Wayne Senior Center, 108 Station Ave, Wayne, PA 19087, where we will eat and share our thoughts over a delicious meal. Register and select your recipe at the front desk at the RML REcollection. This month’s selection is Cooking for Jeffrey by Ina Garten.
Share ideas about writing and receive feedback in an informal setting. Class is led by published writer and retired teacher Joe Lynch, who has years of experience. No registration required.
Radnor Historical Society is the cosponsor of this event. Nancy Lynch, author of Vietnam Mailbag, will read letters from servicemen who served in Vietnam from 1968-1972. From the early 1960’s through 1973, hundreds of thousands of men and women served in Vietnam in an undeclared and highly controversial war. During the peak years of that conflict, a young reporter, Nancy Lynch, relayed the hopes and fears, the joy and tears of hundreds of soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines from the state of Delaware through the “Vietnam Mailbag” column she wrote in the Wilmington Morning News. Nancy kept all those letters, and the pictures sent with many of them, neatly folded in their original envelopes. Now, 40 years after she began writing her column, Nancy has written this book, giving a new generation a fresh look at the first-person accounts of troops in the combat zone. Books will be available for purchase. Please note: This event will be held at the Radnor Township Building, 301 Iven Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087.
Radnor Memorial Library, along with its partners Radnor Conservancy, Radnor Bird Town, and Radnor Township’s EAC, invite you to attend our 1st winter and spring conservation film series that features 5 award-winning films that will educate and inspire us to become engaged in conservation.
This month’s film:
E.O. Wilson – Of Ants and Men-produced by Shining Red Productions, Inc. This is a two-hour film about the life & extraordinary scientific odyssey of one of America’s greatest living thinkers, E.O. Wilson. Starting with his unusual childhood in Alabama, it chronicles the lifelong love for the natural world that led him to Harvard and the studies that would establish him as the world’s foremost authority on ants.
This film series will be screened at Radnor Township Building, 301 Iven Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087.
Join in a lively discussion on the month’s selected book. This month’s selection is Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay. Held at Wayne Senior Center, 108 Station Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087.