MOST OF OUR PROGRAMS ARE STILL ON ZOOM. WE HOPE TO OFFER SOME SOCIALLY DISTANCED SOON IN THE LIBRARY GROUNDS. CLICK ON THE PROGRAM TO GET TO THE REGISTRATION BUTTON
Join us via ZOOM. Call, click on the program to register or send us an email if you want to participate: firstname.lastname@example.org. Zoom is a fun and easy way to participate in programs online. We will send you an invitation to join. It's that simple!
Social Knitting: Bring your Projects and Ideas for an Hour of Chatting and Knitting
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. Register Here
Outdoor In-Person Story Times for Families on Tuesdays – moved to 11:00
Outdoor story times for families under the trees in the library’s yard beginning on Tuesday, September 22nd. Please bring a blanket or chair. We will be socially distancing.
Teen Book Group
Meets weekly on Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:00 pmThe library has copies to check out. The next book will be Cruel Prince by Holly Black. I will be discussed beginning on Tuesday, October 8th.We meet weekly on Zoom. We talk about the progression of the book, […]
Outdoor In-Person Story Times for Families on Wednesdays – moved to 11:00
We will have a family story time at 11:00 on Wednesdays on the library grounds. Please bring a chair or blanket. We will be socially distancing.
Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution- A Special Presentation from the NY Historical Society
Graham, one of the great impresarios, worked with the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, and countless others at his famed Fillmore in San Francisco and Fillmore East in NYC. We are sharing this presentation with other libraries and are […]
How COVID 19 has Changed College Admisisons, presented by Stand Out For College
Ron Feuchs and Jackie Tepper, partners at Stand Out For College, explore how COVID-19 has changed college admissions. We are offering this Zoom presentation to help families understand how COVID-19 has changed the college admissions landscape and how it will affect Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors. Please RSVP […]
Family Backyard Fun on Tuesdays in October
For Kids of All Ages 4:00 – 5:00 on Tuesday, October 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th Canceled in the case of rain Please register so we can plan and keep everyone safe. Register Here
Accomplished and aspiring writers are invited to join Maryanne D’Amato, local resident and author, for a supportive meeting. This fun and welcoming group is open to all and new participants are encouraged. Send us an email and Maryanne D’Amato will send you an invitation to […]
Bagels and Books: The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova
NOTE DATE AND TIME CHANGE – WE HOPE TO HOLD THIS PROGRAM OUTSIDE, WEATHER PERMITTING The Historian has been described as a “combination of genres, including a Gothic novel, adventure novel, detective fiction, travelogue, postmodern historical novel, epistolary epic, and a historical thriller”. Register here
Author Talk, James Kaplan, Irving Berlin: New York Genius
Join us by Zoom as James Kaplan, local author, talks about his biography of Irving Berlin, the man many call America’s greatest songwriter. Berlin’s hits include White Christmas, God Bless America and They say it’s Wonderful. Kaplan, an award-winning journalist, brings Berlin, a witty, wily, […]
View the Early Fall Sky with Members of Westchester Amateur Astronomers – In-Person Event
Westchester Amateur Astronomer members will give a talk, then share telescope views of the sky. Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars will be visible and some other objects in the late summer/early fall sky. Rain/Cloud date with be October 11th, at 7:30 pm We will require masks to […]