hv1 – 3.9.17 – by Paul Smart – Further discussion into the library renovation revealed that several town members have objections to the construction of a new building.
hv1 – 2.23.17 – by Nick Henderson – Many felt that putting money into the existing building would simply be sinking money would not be a long-term solution. Some felt that donating for new construction would make fundraising easier than for a renovation. The library is committed to provide a temporary space during the reconstruction.
Daily Freeman – 2.17.17 – “Crabgrass Puppet Theatre’s African Adventure Tales, “Anansi and the Talking Melon,” plus “Koi and the Kola Nuts” will be presented at Kingston Library, 55 Franklin St., Kingston, on Saturday, Feb. 18, at 10:30 a.m. “
Daily Freeman – 1.31.17 – “Diane Galusha, author of Liquid Assets: A History of New York City’s Water System, will speak at 11 a.m. on Feb. 11 at the Olive Free Library, 4033 Route 28A, West Shokan.”
Daily Freeman – 1.31.17 – “Expansion plans for the Woodstock Library will be reviewed during a public meeting Thursday evening, and the public will be able to comment on five options.”
Daily Freeman – 1.26.17 – “The American Association of Retired Persons is offering free tax return preparation sessions in Ulster County.” Kingston Library, Hurley Reformed Church, West Hurley Library, Ellenville Library and Museum, Gardiner Library, New Paltz Library, Olive Library, Saugerties Library, and the Town of Ulster Library
Daily Freeman – 1.22.17 – “The Campaign For Water Protection will host the first in a series of roundtable panel discussions next month on learning to protect and understand water.
The Campaign For Water Protection will kick off its series on Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Kingston Library, 55 Franklin St. The session will be 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.”
hv1 – 1.20.17 – by Nick Henderson – Jessica Kerr began as director of the Woodstock Library on January 1, 2017.
“The library has engaged ADG Cohn, an assemblage of library planners and architects to update its master plan and suggest improvements to meet physical needs for the next 20-50 years. On February 2, the library will seek public input on the five concepts for expanding the library.”