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.
Literary Pumpkins! Make One and Show it at the Library in October
Drop off starting October 1st, 10:00 AMDecorate your pumpkin as a literary character and bring it to the library to display in October. Please do not bring a carved pumpkin as they will be displayed inside. Anyone, adults and children, can bring in a decorated […]
Social Knitting: Bring your Projects and Ideas for an Hour of Chatting and Knitting
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 will not meet on September 9th and 13th or October 11th and 18th
12 Day Holiday Countdown Challenge with Jamie Novak
12 Day Holiday Countdown Challenge with Jamie Novak12 Day Holiday Countdown Challenge Tidy the house and trim your to-do list for a less stressful holiday season. Log on for this not-to-be-missed holiday countdown program with organizer and author Jamie Novak. She will reveal her 12-days of […]
Ted Wray, Book Artist
Ted Wray, Book ArtistBooks 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
Roman a Chef Book Group – Dirt: Adventures in Lyon as a Chef in Training by Bill Buford – This session has been rescheduled to Nov. 6th.
This is not a book of recipes. Rather it is a fascinating look at French cooking and restaurants. If you like, bring a French dish. The group will meet outside or inside in person depending on the weather. If the weather is nice, bring a […]
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. […]
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 […]
Author Talk, The Book Smugglers: Partisans, Poets, and the Race to Save Jewish Treasures from the Nazis
Professor David Fishman of The Jewish Theological Seminary will discuss the heroes of the Vilna ghetto who rescued art and literature from the Germans. His book has been hailed as has been hailed as “Monuments Men for book lovers” and “first-rate scholarship that pulses with […]
Bagels and Books, The Weight of Ink by Rachel Kadish
Set in London of the 1660’s and of the early twenty-first century, The Weight of Ink is the interwoven tale of two women of remarkable intellect: Ester Velaquez, and emigrant from Amsterdam who is permitted to scribe for a blind rabbi just before the plague […]
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 old […]