hv1 – 2.20.20 – by Frances Marion Platt – A presentation by one of the author’s of the graphic novel about the 1971 prison riot at New York’s Attica State Prison.
Daily Freeman – 2.2.20 – “Staff from U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado’s office will meet with residents of New York’s 19th Congressional District to assist with constituent services during mobile office hours on Monday, Feb. 10, in Stone Ridge and on … Continue reading →
hv1 – 1.31.20 – by Frances Marion Platt – A summary of the history of the Elting Memorial Library, current news, and information about the library’s plans to begin work on a construction project.
hv1 – 1.24.20 – by Nick Henderson – “In a surprise move, Woodstock Library trustee and Building Committee chair Jill Fisher has resigned from the library board to move back to Duluth, Minnesota, with her husband, Neil.”
Daily Freeman – 1.16.20 – “The Bard College Clemente Course in the Humanities at the Kingston Library is accepting applications for the spring semester and plans an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4 at the library … Continue reading →
hv1 – 1.15.20 – “Photography by Saugerties High School students will be on display in the library’s Stephen L. Crohn Gallery throughout January and February. An opening reception for the show will be held on Friday, Jan. 17 from 4-6 … Continue reading →
Hudson Valley Times – 1.9.19 – “The Marlboro Free Library is pleased to announce that Reminiscence Kits are now available for checkout at the library! These kits contain materials related to a particular theme and are a great way for … Continue reading →
hv1 – by John Burdick – 1.2.20 – The Phoenicia Library hosts a free ukulele lesson and jam on the first Saturday of each month. The jam will be on January 4th.
Daily Freeman – 12.31.19 – “Kingston Library, 55 Franklin St., will present “Sing With Your Baby” with Happy Dan the Music Man at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 11.”
hv1 – 12.27.19 – by Nick Henderson – “Donations keep arriving as fundraising efforts are underway for a new 12,000-square-foot Woodstock Library.”