The Authors’ Circle presents “Conversations with Katie”
Katie Rosman & John Freeman Gill, author of The Gargoyle Hunters

Saturday, November 4, 2017

The Tuxedo Park Library Authors’ Circle is excited to welcome John Freeman Gill in a “Conversation with Katie” with Katie Rosman, editor and columnist, SundayStyles at The New York Times.

Hilarious and poignant, The Gargoyle Hunters is a love letter to a vanishing city, and a deeply emotional story of fathers and sons. Intimately portraying New York’s elbow-jostling relationship with time, the novel solves the mystery of a brazen and seemingly impossible architectural heist—the theft of an entire historic Manhattan building—that stunned the city and made the front page of The New York Times in 1974.

Managing Common Invasive Species in Home Gardens
presented by Ann Barry, Master Gardener

July 8, 2017

Armed with a little knowledge, there are ways to prevent invasive species from taking over a home garden or yard. This presentation will focus on mechanical ways and least toxic methods of managing and possibly eradicating a list of 12 common yet pesky invasive terrestrial plants.

Made possible by the Tuxedo Park Tree Advisory Board in collaboration with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland/Orange County & Lower Hudson PRISM.

Book Talk with Bill Lemanski & Louis L. Picone, author of The President is Dead! The Extraordinary Stories of the Presidential Deaths, Final Days, Burials, and Beyond

June 24, 2017

Bill Lemanski talks with author, Louis L. Picone about his book, The President is Dead! The Extraordinary Stories of the Presidential Deaths, Final Days, Burials, and Beyond.

Picone has compiled a collection of captivating stories and presidential trivia on their deaths, funerals, and public afterlives, including stories of attempted grave robbings, reinternments, conspiracy theories surrounding their deaths, and much more.

The Authors’ Circle presents Conversations with Katie with Philip Carlson, author of Breaking and Entering: A Manual for the Working Actor in Film, Stage, and TV

June 11, 2017

-Katie Rosman, editor & columnist for
SundayStyles of The New York Times

Philip Carlson was the first agent to sign Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Billy Crudup, Liev Schreiber, Claire Danes, Idris Elba, Kyra Sedgwick, Adrien Grenier and Paul Giamatti. He has represented Viola Davis, Kathy Bates, Brian Dennehy, and W.H. Macy among many and gifted others. He shares his practical trade secrets in this extraordinarily comprehensive guide on how to get into show business. Topics include: The Schools * The Business * Showcases * Casting Directors * Agents * Auditions * Which Coast? * Producers * Staying Real * Negotiating 101 * Where Do I Fit? * Movies * TV: Where the Real Money Is (These Days) * and more! (Amazon)