Paragon of People's Music - Pete Seeger

6:30 pm in the Community Room
A celebration of Pete Seeger - the most important and influential contributor to the world of folk music in the history of the U.S. Pete was famous for inviting and encouraging audiences to sing along and we will have plenty of opportunities for singing together with presenter, guitarist, singer and West Chester University professor, Doug Morris. All are welcome!

A Short History of Folk Music

An acoustic guitar in front of a wood panel wall, text: "A Short History of Folk Music...In Two Parts"Foundation House
No Registration Required
This two part program will include singing and commentary from Dr. Doug Morris (West Chester University). There are tens of thousands of songs in the "folk" tradition. Audience participation will be encouraged - singing, percussion, insights, dialogue, etc.! 

Paint with Us

paint1 pm Community Room, Lower Level
Enjoy step-by-step instruction with our experienced and enthusiastic instructor. You'll leave with a one-of-a-kind creation to enjoy! Cost: $5 per person. All art materials supplied. Registration begins one month prior via telephone or in person at the library. Ages 18 & up.