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Hiking the John Muir Trail
Tuesday, March 31 @ 7:00 p.m.
In July 2014, New England peak-bagger, Allison Nadler set out to complete a thru hike of the John Muir Trail, a 220-mile footpath that leads from Yosemite National Park to Mount Whitney, the tallest summit in the lower 48. See photographs from her journey, learn how she prepared for a solo 15 day high-altitude hike of the Sierra Nevada, and hear what it was like to walk all day, every day. Looking to hike the trail yourself? Learn about the permit process, packing suggestions, and Allison’s secrets to getting up mountain passes! Q&A session will follow the slideshow presentation.

York River Community Meeting
Thursday, April 2 @ 7:00 p.m.
This meeting will provide an update on the study of the York River and the Partnership Wild and Scenic River Program. The formation of a York Wild and Scenic River Study Committee will also be discussed. Light refreshments will be served.

“Havana Nocturne”
Book Talk
Tuesday, April 7 @ 10:30 a.m.
April’s Book Talk which will introduce “Havana Nocturne: How the Mob Owned Cuba…and Then Lost It to the Revolution” by T.J. English. According to Tim Miller of the “Washington Post Book World,” “”Havana Nocturne” has the air of a thriller with the bonus of being true…English’s well-researched descriptions of how business, gambling, politics, revolution, music and religion all played off each other give it a broad context and knowledgeable edge”. Led by Mary Behnke, it is not necessary to read the book prior to the program or register in advance.

“The Hundred-Foot Journey”
Spring Film Series
Sunday, April 12 @ 3:00 p.m.
In a village in France, there’s a quintessentially French Michelin star-rated restaurant, owned by Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren). A refugee Indian family arrives in the village, and Papa Kadam (veteran Indian actor Om Puri) and his son Hasan (Manish Dayal) open the “Maison Mumbai” restaurant across the road. The imperious Madame Mallory does not take kindly the arrival of these upstart foreigners, and in no time at all it’s war between Papa Kadam and Madame Mallory. An engaging film with a marvelous cast, a gifted director (Lasse Hallstrom – Chocolat), lush cinematography, and A.R. Rahman’s mood-setting musical score. Rated PG for thematic elements, some violence, language and brief sensuality. 122 minutes.

 Community Resource Directory 
A family guide to discover enrichment programs and child care opportunities in the greater York area.

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