East Greenbush Community Library
Hours: Mon & Fri 10-6; Tue/Wed/Thu 10-8; Sat 10-5; Sun 1-5. Check eglibrary.org or call 518-477-7476 for updates. Event details & registration: https://events.eglibrary.org. We have programs for kids & teens too!
*New* Beginner’s Yoga for Adults. Registration is now open for the first session which will be held on Tuesday, March 1st, 6:30 pm. See registration for details.
2/17, 6:30p: Virtual Trivia (Zoom). Find out what everyone is raving about! Join as a team or individual. Register.
2/18, 11a: Open Knit/Crochet. All skill levels are welcome. Bring your supplies & current projects to work on & enjoy the supportive company of other crafters. Walk-in.
2/23, 7p: Wednesday Night Book Chat (Library’s Facebook). Tell us what you’ve been reading lately. Get tips on what to read next & get suggestions for read-alikes to your favorites. No registration req’d.
North Greenbush Public Library Update
In observance of Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 21, the North Greenbush Public Library will be closed. We will reopen the following day, 2/22/22, just in time to celebrate the number “2”! Bring your children to join in our scavenger hunt as we search the “highs and lows” of the library in search of a “2”. Count them up, then let us know how many you have, and receive a prize. Drop in to hunt anytime between 10 AM and 7 PM.
There’s still time to get a copy of “A Walk in the Woods” by Bill Bryson and join our Zoom book club meeting on Monday, Feb. 28, at 6 PM. Email email@example.com to request the meeting link.
The Board of Trustees of the library will meet on Zoom, Feb. 24, at 7 PM. To join us, email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link.
Library hours are Monday-Friday, 10 AM to 7 PM; Saturday, 10 AM to 2 PM. Visits are limited to 30 minutes. Patrons must wear a mask, covering both nose and mouth, while in the library. Any questions? Call 518-283-0303.
Nassau Free Library Upcoming Programs
New York State of Health- Health Coverage Informational Session: Thurs. 2/17, 1-4 pm -New York State of Health, the state’s official health plan Marketplace, announced that Health Insurance Enrollment Assisters will be visiting the Nassau Free Library to educate New Yorkers about enrolling in quality, affordable health coverage. Enrollment Assisters can provide in-person assistance to answer questions, schedule appointments, and help with enrollment.
Open Mic Night: Fri. 2/18, 6 pm– Calling all musicians, poetry lovers, comedians & audience members! Join us for Open Mic night where we invite local performance artists of all kinds to gather and share their art at the library. Space is limited and registration is required. Please call or email email@example.com for details about the vaccination requirements for this program. Masks are required by all in attendance with the exception of the performers when performing.
Exploring the U.S. Civil Rights Trail- Alabama: Tues. 2/22, 6 pm-Jeannette Scott will share her travels to Alabama to experience part of the U.S. Civil Rights Trail. Jeannette will talk about her experience through a photo presentation and highlight important notes about the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. Space is limited. Masks and registration are required.
Please register for all programs: call 518-766-2715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Masks are required in the library.
Nassau Free Library is located at 18 Church St. in Nassau, NY. Visit Us On Facebook & the web at www.nassaufreelibrary.org.
Sand Lake Town Library Board Meeting and News
SLT Library Board of Trustees meets Thursday, February 17, 6:45pm.
The library will be closed Monday, February 21 for Presidents Day.
SLTL Friends will meet Tuesday, February 22 at 6:30pm.
Pick up kids’ take’n’make kits at the circulation desk – a different one each week!
The book for March’s book discussion will be “A Children’s Bible” by Lydia Millet; Wednesday, March 2.
Library Aide Substitute positions now open. Call for more information.
Reminder: museum passes to The Clark and MASS MoCA are available to checkout.
Have a favorite magazine subscription that you’d like to share with others rather than recycle? Consider donating gently read issues to the library. Contact if interested and we’ll see if the title fits our collection.
Check the Community Calendar at sandlaketownlibrary.org for events around town. Submit events to email@example.com.
Library Hours: M-TH 11 – 8; F 11 – 3; Sat 10 – 2. Call 518-674-5050 for more information.
New Book Group Starting
The Troy Public Library, Lansingburgh Branch is restarting the Lansingburgh Book Group. The group will meet every 4-5 weeks in the Lansingburgh Library and decide what they will chose to read from suggested titles. If interested contact Laurie Dreyer, the Branch Manager at 518 235 5310 who will facilitate the discussion. The Library is located at 27 114th. St. Lansingburgh.
The Book Seller Winter Hours
LANSINGBURGH – The Book Seller will be open once again on Saturdays 10-4 with an enhanced collection of recently acquired “gently used” books and CDs. We are eager to welcome new shoppers and browsers as well as our regular customers once again. At the Lansingburgh Library 27 114th St. Lansingburgh.