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TEEN PROGRAMS for ages 13-18

Global History Regents Exam Test Prep
Tuesdays, April 18th & 25 and May 2nd & 9th at 4:00 pm
Do you need to pass the Global History Regents and need some additional help in figuring out how to do so? Come to these sessions at the library and Dr. Mounkhall will
 help you do that. He will be discussing:

Basic Skills – How to read political cartoons, maps, charts, graphs

Reading Skills – Specific vocabulary, verbs and nouns that are used in these tests

Writing Historical Arguments – How to write an outline or rubric

Documents – Reading the questions before reading the actual documents to find the answers.

Space is limited, so please contact the library to let us know that you’ll attend 845-338-5580




(12-18yr olds)
Saturdays 11-3pm

Come out and play games with your friends on Saturdays in the Teen room. You can bring your own games, or play our board games.  We will have 3 computers with League of Legends installed. If you can, please bring your own laptop or device to play on. 


For more information on any of these programs, please contact Mr. Alex Ferguson at: mralexstorytime at


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