Esopus Artists Group
Artists of all
skill level are welcome to join this meeting to work on their art in a casual and friendly environment.
Mah Jongg Group
All are welcome
to join in a friendly game of American
Mah Jongg at the library.
2nd Tuesday of the month
This virtual workshop group is open to prose writers of all levels to develop their writing and get feedback.
Reclaiming the Sacredness of You and the World
Saturday, February 24 at 10:30am
Join award-winning Hudson Valley author Jeff Golden for a different kind of book reading. It will include an experiential activity, a brief video, and time for conversation, followed by a book signing. This book won the Grand Prize at the Nautilus Book Awards. Previous winners include the Dalai Lama, Barbara Kingsolver, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Brené Brown.
Registration is recommended.
(A)fternoon (B)ook (C)lub
Monday, February 26 at 1pm
Join us for our new Afternoon Book Club (ABC)! This month we are reading The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty by Vendela Vida. Everyone is welcome; if you would like to be added to the list to receive the next book club selection automatically please call or stop by the Circulation Desk.
History Over the Hudson: From Railway to Pedestrian Walkway
Thursday, February 29 at 6:30pm
Discover the history of a local history landmark, the Walkway Over the Hudson with Walkway docent Fred Schaeffer.
Registration is required.
100 Paper Origami Stars Challenge!
Saturday, March 2 at 11am
Join us in the community room for a tutorial on how to make these trending paper origami stars, then help us "fill a bucket". We will write inspirational messages inside our strips of paper before folding them, then fill a decorative vase for the library through the month of March.
This program is open to everyone! Please register.
Watch Party: Little Women
Friday, March 8 at 4pm
Join us as we watch the March sisters this March! We will be meeting downstairs to watch Little Women (2019 rated PG).
Adult Workshop: Decorative Spring Eggs
Saturday, March 9 at 11am
In this hands-on workshop, participants will make decorative spring eggs. Select blown-out eggs dyed with botanical ingredients and decorate them with pressed flowers, wire, and beads. Interested participants can dye their own eggs or select a pre-dyed one. Please dress for a mess if you’d like to dye your own eggs! Led by Jessica Williams.
Registration is required and spots are limited! To register, please send an email to Adult Program Coordinator Meaghan at firstname.lastname@example.org.