10 AM TO 1 PM
The flying of large colorful kites has been part of Guatemalan cultural traditions since the pre-Colombian era.
Originally, the colorful kites represented the union of the underworld and the land of the living and honored departed ancestors.
Today the kites are used to promote feelings of peace and companionship for the living.
Create a kite to honor your ancestors and promote feelings of goodwill.
Please call the library to register, 845-225-2439.
Loretta Burke and Al Stedina were elected as trustees for a three year term.
Thank you for coming out to vote!
Join author Kevin Woyce for a tour of the Hudson River’s lighthouses, past and present – from the long lost lights at Coxsackie and Stuyvesant to New York City’s beloved “Little Red Lighthouse.”
Discover how and why these lighthouses were built, and hear the stories of the brave men and women who kept them shining.
Registration requested, walk-ins welcomed.
Ghost Hunter Barry Pirro will share chilling stories from recent paranormal investigations, play recordings of real ghosts, and share ghost hunting tips. Audience members are invited to share their own ghostly tales. Ages 12 and up. Registration requested, walk-ins welcomed.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 AT 5 PM.