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MUSEUM PASSES and PROGRAM SURVEY
The library would like to offer museum passes as well as programs that would most interest you. Please fill out this short survey to help us best serve you. Thank you!
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*Books are now loaned for three weeks and can be renewed twice! and allotted computer time has doubled to one hour!*
Duck Pond Gallery
Presents: Alan McKnight
On view from September 5th through September 26th
Opening: September 5th from 4-7 pm
Hunter Point, Maine
Ulster County Photography Club
Wednesday, September 9th at 6:30
Guest speaker: Dell Higgins
Dell Higgins will be talking about “Creative Smoke Photography”.
ZENTANGLE: Meditation and Play for Grown Ups!
Thursday, September 10th at 6:30
Do you need to wind down and enjoy some meditative time? Explore the new fad of Zentangle! In this hands-on workshop, we will draw simple line drawings (doodles) and then use crayons to color them in. It’s fun and easy!
Gluten-Free and Paleo Diets
Tuesday, September 15th at 6:30
What does it mean, and should you be doing it?
Are you confused about the Gluten Free craze? Have you heard something about the Paleo Diet and would like to learn more? Thea Harvey-Barratt understands the desire to eat healthfully and to enjoy food. Her life has taken her across Europe, studying food, culture and cooking, and in helping people lead full lives reclaiming the everyday pleasures of healthy living and the slow food (opposite of fast food) movement.
Thea will bring yummy treats. Please let us know if you’ll attend so that she can bring enough for all. 845-338-5580
Seminar: SAT / ACT
How to Achieve Special Education Accommodations on the SAT or ACT Tests.
Mid-Hudson Astronomical Association
Night Sky Viewing!
Thursday, September 24th at 6:30
Join the Mid- Hudson Astronomical Association for an evening filled with the wonders of space. The night begins with a presentation about the moon, then we will go outside to look through telescopes! If the evening is cloudy, please call the library for information about the program.
How to Make Bath Bombs
Wednesday, September 30th at 6:30
What are Bath Bombs? Made with ingredients that you can find at your grocery store, bath bombs are used in the bathtub to create a soft, fizzy and yummy smelling bathing experience! Please sign up so we know how much material to purchase, and bring any essential oil you would like to use or share.
845-338-5580 or email email@example.com
The Esopus Painters
meet every Tuesday @ 1 – 3:30 pm!
Open to anybody that wants to paint, both beginners and experienced painters. This is an offshoot from Loman Eng’s painting class, but you do not need to have taken his class to join this group. Come join us! Absolutely free.
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Scheduled Board Meetings* Board of Trustees Meeting: 4th Wednesday, 6:00 pm, Roxanne Pecora, President; Research and Development Committee: TBD, Katie Zahedi, Chair; Finance Committee: Wednesday, September 16, 5:00 pm, Kathy Milhaven, Chair; Governance & Personnel Committee: 2nd Tuesday, 5:00 April Oneto, Chair; Buildings & Grounds Committee: 2nd Thursday, 4:00 Marion Zimmer, Chair *All meetings are at the Library unless otherwise noted.
Links for Computer Classes Mouse Exercise by SeniorNet: http://seniornet.org/howto/mouseexercises/mousepractice.html Mousing Around Tutorial by Palm Beach County Library System: http://www.pbclibrary.org/mousing/ Free Touch Typing Tutorials by Sense-Lang.org: http://www.sense-lang.org/typing/ Member of the Mid-Hudson Library System
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Reader’s Choice Book Club
Group meets to discuss books on the first Thursday of each month at 7 PM
Our next meeting will be on September 3rd.
The Silver Boat by Luanne Rice
“Darrah, Delia, and Rory meet to pack up the Martha’s Vineyard house they cannot afford to keep and decide to set off on a mission to Ireland to try to find out what happened to their father. But when they return home to face the future, they unexpectedly discover they want different things. ” Library Journal
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