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News and Events
Local author Paula Scardamalia will read from her new book In the Land of Vultures on Saturday, March 16th at Noon.
Paula will have copies of her book for purchase and signing.
Spring Into Health
A hilltowns Health Fair at Conking Hall on Saturday, March 23 from 10-3pm. Sponsored by Berne, Middleburgh and Rensselaerville Libraries.
More details to come.
This is a Moon Walk Program.
Alzheimer's Association Programs
Tuesday, March 26th 3-4pm Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body
Wednesday, May 1, 3-4pm Effective Communication Strategies
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Follow instructions below to register.
Programs will be held at the Rensselaerville Library, 1459 County Route 351, Rensselaerville, NY 12147
To register call or email Victor at 518.867.4999 extx200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.communityresourcefinder.org/
These are Moon Walk Programs.
Video Viewing and Discussion
Brought to Light with Barbara Reina
Sunday, May 5
Conkling Hall, 8 Methodist Hill Rd, Rensselaerville, NY 12147
The Rensselaerville Historical Society, Rensselaerville Library and Conkling Hall are sponsoring the viewing of the documentary BROUGHT TO LIGHT. Filmmaker Barbara Reina, the content writer, photographer and videographer of Brought To Light will provide background on the documentary and answer questions. The documentary is about unearthing the history of an African-American Cemetery. It is a story of rediscovery, respect and change in Kinderhook, NY where a few villager’s efforts to clean up some stone markers in an overgrown field leads to the rediscovery of a forgotten, “slaves cemetery” in which hundreds of African-Americans were buried in the 1800s. The Documentary is a portal to the past on the lives of Kinderhook’s lesser-known non-white population.
Copies of the DVD will be available for purchase.
Currently we don't have Storytime scheduled.
A variety of Art projects will be available each week for kids to complete on their own.
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Did you know..
The Library has a new copier, printer, scanner, fax machine. This machine prints in color and accommodates paper up to 11x17.
You can now print from your own device including your phone. Staff can help you connect.
Scans are free.
Faxes are $1.00
Printing and Copy fees vary by paper size and color options.
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