Want to get together with fellow writers to share your work and help others polish their drafts?
Writers and listeners are invited to the next meeting of the writers group at the library on Wednesday, January 11th at 1:30. Come on out!
We will be closed for the , December 24, 25 and 26, and will reopen on Tuesday December 27 at 11 am. We will be open on December 31, but closed on January 1 (Sunday) and January 2 (Monday) to ring in the new year. When school is closed due to slippery roads, in the interest of safety, the library, too, will be closed.
Universal Class now offers 531 courses, and 272 of these contain video-audit options. Click here to view the updated course listing
The library will be closed for Thanksgiving through the weekend so the staff can give thanks and enjoy the Country Christmas Tour. Make sure you stop by Donna’s for buck eyes and snack on Beth’s donuts! The wifi will be available 24/7. We will reopen on Monday
We had a nice turnout and a day made to order as we said “thank you” to Senator Farley for his unending support for the community and especially for the library. Library Board Trustee President Ernie Pollman kept his remarks brief with thanks and good wishes for a happy retirement! Senator Farley is pictured here with his son Bob and Senator elect Tedisco who promised to continue in Senator Farley’s tradition.
The Library is pleased to host “Beyond Woodswoman”, a critical review of the Woodswoman book series by Anne LaBastille presented by the Hamilton County Historian. The program will be held Friday at 6 PM as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities project, “The Arcadia Factory”, a series of public conversations about demographic change in the county led by Dr. Eliza Jane Darling. Bring a favorite piece of writing on Adirondack women!
For more information go to arcadiafactory.org
WRITERS’ GROUP NEWSLETTER
November, 2016 D. Bradley
As it turns out we will be delaying our next meeting until Wednesday, January 11, 2017. Continue reading
The Alzheimer’s Association will present a program on Monday October 24 on the Basics of Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s Disease at 4:30- 6 PM at the library. Sign up please by calling the library 648- 5444. This program is free.
The next program on this topic will be held on Monday, November 7, at 4:30-6, “Managing Behaviors”.
A small number of members appeared in our library this past Wednesday.
I must tell you that we are never disappointed whether our numbers are
large or small. Continue reading
The library is closed Columbus Day and reopens Tuesday at 11 with new “winter” hours (say it ain’t so) Wifi available 24/7.
Monday 12-6 PM, Tuesday- Wednesday 11-4 PM
Thursday 10-1 PM, Friday 12-6 PM, Saturday 10-1 PM Sunday Closed