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LIBRARY PROGRAM SPONSORS

The library was a busy place in 2017!  Science programs, art classes, history presentations, animal visits and music concerts were among the offerings, many sponsored by local businesses or individuals.

If you would like to sponsor a library program in 2018, please a take a look at the sponsor brochure.

Lots of great things are being planned – hope to see you here!

READS-AT-REED BOOKCLUB


TUESDAY JANUARY 2 AT 7 PM.

Books are available for pick up in the library.

Join the discussion!

SHORT & SWEET, A SHORT STORY BOOK CLUB

Meets alternating Wednesdays at 1 pm.

Join for a lively discussion of short stories, a different story each meeting.

Registration required.  Please call the library to register, 845-225-2439.

ANIMAL EMBASSY

RAINFOREST RENDEZVOUS
Friday November 10 at 11:00 
Join Animal Embassy and explore the layers of a tropical rainforest.
Meet Animal Ambassadors representative of rainforest regions around the globe
including a chinchilla, a jungle carpet python, a red-foot tortoise, and many more.
Sponsored by Ann Fanizzi

FOUR SEASONS WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 FROM 10 AM TO 1 PM.

This watercolor workshop will include instruction in basic watercolor techniques along with the opportunity to create a Quadtych, four small watercolor paintings representing the four seasons put together to make one large painting.  All skill levels welcomed.  Registration is required.  Please call the library to register, 845-225-2439

LIBRARY REFERENDUM MONDAY OCTOBER 2, 2017 – PASSED – THANK YOU!

PREPARE TO BE SCARED!

SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 AT 1:30 PM

Connecticut Ghost Hunter Barry Pirro will share chilling stories form recent paranormal investigations, play recordings of real ghosts, and share ghosts hunting tips.  Audience members are invited to share their own ghostly tales.  Ages 12 and up.

Please call the library to register, 845-225-2439.

 

MEET BEN FRANKLIN

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 AT 10:30 AM

Through art and artifacts meet the author, printer, political theorist, politician, Freemason, postmaster, scientist, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat you know as Benjamin Franklin!

Talk presented by Michael Norris of Armchair Art Tours.  Mike has spent twenty years at the Cloisters Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and has lectured on trips all over the world.

Please call the library to register, 845-225-2439.