Library Programs

Expert airplane designer, Nick Pena, will help you construct and fly paper airplanes. This is open to all ages but younger children will need an adult helper

Karen Savir is a Certified Yoga Instructor who has taught over 100 kids in small classes in many locales. She is also Owner/Publisher of Macaroni Kid Westchester North.  This program is for kids ages 2 – 5. Please bring a mat or towel. It is not a […]

Scott Ahrens from the NYS Department of Financial Services will present a one hour workshop on these subjects: Filling out the FAFSA Grants Scholarships Types of loans Determining the amount of aid for which you qualify Helpful NYS programs There will be time for Q&A as well as brochures and takeaways. There is […]

This program is facilitated by Nina Bertolino and will meet every other Wednesday from 10:30-12:30 on the following dates: September 12th & 26th October 10th & 24th November 7th & 21st  December 5th & 19th The group will work in acrylics and move on to dabble in other mediums including […]

This program is open to all from beginners to experts. The program is free and the library will initially supply some basic materials. Participants are asked, however, to eventually bring their own paints, paper and brushes. Registration is not required. This program is for adults and older teens.

Saturday, September 29th 10:30 am-2:30 pm Denise Schirmer will be teaching a course in babysitting for kids 12 years and older. Students will learn vital skills for the safe and responsible care of children. Participants are asked to bring a notebook, pencil and a bag lunch and […]

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Thursdays 6:00-8:00 pm Beginning September 13th Ages 10 to Adult School age children please come with an adult Everyone is creative in some way. Come together and share a moment with other creative individuals. Bring your own project to work on or open one of the library’s Art Boxes for […]

The Great American Read

The Great American Read is a PBS project to encourage reading investigating how writers create their fictional worlds and how readers are affected. They compiled a list of the 100 best loved books based on a survey of ca 7,200 people. We have a display of many of these books in the library. There will be eight shows on PBS in September and October discussing these books and exploring their themes. For more information and the chance to vote on your favorite books, click on this link https://www.pbs.org/the-great-american-read/about/show/