Reed Library’s 2017 Annual Report to the Community is ready for you! The report includes highlights and statistics for 2017 as well as programs and services regularly available in the library. Take a look!
Get to know the part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the pictures of Frans Hals, Jan Vermeer, and Rembrandt von Rijn. Along the way learn about the Dutch Republic in its 17th century heyday, including its tulip mania and the Flying Dutchman!
Talk given by Michael Norris of Armchair Art Tours.
Program sponsored by Sclafani Petroleum.
Please call the library to register, 845-225-2439.
This series of six classes will focus on capturing the range of textures from very smooth to very rough. Students will learn both basic and refined techniques using graphite pencils to lay a foundation for more complex media: ink, pastel, acrylic, and oil.
Registration is required, please call the library to register 845-225-2439.
Jewelry maker Joan Lloyd will teach participants how to make beautiful beaded earrings. No experience is necessary. Make as many pairs as you like, but for every pair you make for yourself, make a pair to donate to a local women’s shelter. Registration is required. Please call the library to register, 845-225-2439.
In February a dozen intrepid library visitors went on a blind date with a book. Choosing a book wrapped in plain brown paper and a pick-up line, readers brought the book home and got better acquainted. After reading the book, they completed a “Rate Your Date” bookmark and were entered in a drawing to win one dozen chocolate covered strawberries. The drawing was won by Andrea Lin!
Unfortunately her date, New York Then and Now, left her unimpressed.