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March 2021

One Poem a Day Won’t Kill You

March 20 - April 30

Celebrate National Poetry Month - share your favorite poems in this community-wide podcast.

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April 2021

The Amphibians and Reptiles of the Hudson Valley: Migrations, Nesting, and Possible Encounters

April 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join Karen for another amphibian Friday Night In!  Come meet Dan Liebel a professional reptile keeper, breeder, and lecturer located in Greene county.  He will join us for a discussion on amphibians and reptiles of the Hudson Valley.  Learn about their annual migration, their nesting, and possible encounters you may have with them along the way. Dan has been keeping and breeding reptiles for 25 years and has traveled all over New York State for 11 years giving lectures on…

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Weekly Events

Wed 21

Sing and Move Zoom with Miss Gabi

April 21 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
Fri 23

Spanish Storytime

April 23 @ 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Mon 26
Tue 27

New Parents and Infants Online Support Group

April 27 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

New + Recommended Reads

Your Virtual Library

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1:30pm on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, join our Mrs. Merry, our librarians, and special community guests for Virtual Storytime! And each Tuesday at 6pm, join Digital Services Coordinator Ryan Biracree and his assistant Tabitha for simple science experiments you can do at home.

Homework Help & Learning

Need help with your homework, research for a project, help preparing for a test, or just want the answer to that perplexing question? We’re here to help! Check out our Research & Learn page for even more resources.

Where to Play

Local Parks
Here at the Library

There’s lots of discover inside AND outside of the library –– our entire grounds are open to the public for play and exploration. Can you find butterflies in the lavender garden? Evidence of bats in our bathouses? What kind of animal tracks can you find –– fox, rabbit, raccoon, even coyote? Make sure to tell a librarian what you discover!