THE LIBRARY IS OPEN! Because many children 12 and under use the library, we ask everyone to please wear a mask when they are inside the library. Curbside service will continue.
Some of these programs will be by Zoom. Click on the program below, register and we will send you a Zoom invitation.
Social Knitting: Bring your Projects and Ideas for an Hour of Chatting and Knitting by Zoom
REGISTER HERE Join Cathleen Sulli and other knitters for an hour of chat. Bring your projects to show and talk about, get some advice and new ideas. The group meets at 11:00 on Mondays. Please note that the group will meet at 10:00 on Monday, November 22nd.
Outdoor Story Times on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Puppet Stories on Thursdays at 10:30 for Kids and Families
These story times are for young children and will go on as long as it is warm enough. Children under 10 may not be left alone in the library. Plan on staying with your child. A word about story times… We plan developmentally appropriate activities for each […]
Writers Workshop for Aspiring and Accomplished Writers
Join this informal, supportive group of accomplished and aspiring writers for a fun and inspiring Zoom program. It is led by local author, Maryanne D’Amato. Newcomers are welcome and encouraged. The group meets on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 11:00 am. When […]
Author Talk, The Writing of the Gods: The Race to Decode the Rosetta Stone by Edward Dolnick, Zoom
The Rosetta Stone, discovered in a pile of rubble in 1799, proved to be the key to unlocking a lost language that baffled scholars for centuries. Carved in ancient Egypt, the Rosetta Stone carried the same message in different languages—in Greek, Egyptian and demotic, an […]
Ted Wray, Book Artist
Ted Wray, Book Artist Books bound for the recycle bin or dusty shelf corners become enlivened canvases in the hands of artist Ted Wray who works in the genre of book sculpting. Register here You may also join the Zoom here This program will be sponsored by the […]
Bagels and Books, Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout
Anything is Possible comprises nine interconnected short stories. Set in the fictional town of Amgash, Illinois, each story profiles different characters whose respective pasts collide with their present-day realities. “These stories return Strout to the core of what she does more magnanimously than anyone else, which […]
Conversation with Local Gardeners- Now Meeting on Zoom
Conversation with Local Gardeners meets monthly on the second Saturday of the month at 10:00 am. Bring your questions and ideas to this informal group of local expert garden enthusiasts. The October meeting has been moved to the 16th and will probably be by Zoom. This group […]
Family Hike and Gingerbread House Contest – Save December 12th for the Library
Join a leader from the NSOLF for a family hike on the Durand Trail behind the library. Learn how plants, trees and animals survive the winter. The hike will begin at 1:00. Come back to the library for donuts and cider around the fire pit. Or […]
Americans in Europe: Connection and Discovery, a four part discussion group funded by a grant from HumanitiesNY, History and Biography Book Group
Stephen Rome will lead the discussion series. It is open to all, with no registration and we will have copies of the books for you. All sessions will be in person at the library, inside or outside depending on the weather, from 6:30 to 8:00. […]