Library Programs

Our story teller this Thursday, August 16th at 10:30, will be Liz Jacobs. Liz is a local resident, graduate student and first grade teacher at the Ben Franklin International School in Barcelona, Spain.

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 […]

We have seeds, pots and dirt for you to plant and take home. For children in grades K+. Younger children are welcome with an adult helper

We have pots and seeds and dirt for you to plant and take home. This is for children in grades K+. Younger children will need an adult helper. No registration

We have all sorts of cool stuff to make some great supplies for when you go back to school. Build a duct tape pouch, decorate a folder, or be creative with paper clips and bookmarks. For kids in grades K+. No registration.

Current News

This Canadian documentary is a joint program with the library and the NSOLF. The film covers Dr. Fred Urquhart‘s nearly 40-year-long scientific investigation into the monarch butterfly, tracking the details of what is considered one of the longest known insect migrations: the flight of the monarch butterfly from Central […]

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