Nassau Free Library July Programs
STORYTIME- Every Wednesday 10:30am
TEEN CHEF- Nassau Reformed Church Tues. 7/9. 7/16 & 7/23 6:30pm (ages 11+)
KINDNESS ROCKS- Wed. 7/10 6-7pm
ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG ON ELM STREET Thurs. 7/11 & Fri. 7/12 2-7pm Sat. 7/13 10am-4pm
ARCHAEOLOGICAL TALK BY MICHAEL DIANA- Thurs. 7/11 6pm
OPEN MIC- ACOUSTIC SONG CIRCLE: Fri. 7/12 6pm
NASSAU AT 200 PRESENTATION Mon. 7/15 6:30pm- Presented by Kurt Vincent
UNCHARTED WILD Tues. 7/16 3pm Learn about reptiles see them up close!
Board Meeting: Wed. 7/17 7pm
MINECRAFT, LEGO & ART CORNER COMBO NIGHT- Thurs. 7/18 6-7:30pm
Book Group I: Tues. 7/23 7pm
TEEN LOCK-IN NIGHT Fri. 7/26 7-11pm
BIG BOX DESIGNS Wed. 7/31 6-8pm
TROLLEYS ACROSS THE HUDSON Tues. 7/30 6:30pm- Presented by Kurt Vincent
BEGINNER’S YOGA Sat. 7/6, 7/13, 7/27 10:30am
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The Nassau Free Library is located at 18 Church St. Nassau, NY 12123.
East Greenbush Community Library
10 Community Way, East Greenbush. 518-477-7476 or www.eastgreenbushlibrary.org.
Go to events.eastgreenbushlibrary.org for a complete listing of all storytimes, programs for children, and youth summer reading events.
LIBRARY CLOSED July 4th
Farmers’ Market, Wednesdays 4-7:30pm Rain or Shine. Crafts for Kids with our Volunteens: 7/10, 7/17, 7/24 & 7/31.
7/8: AARP Smart Driver Course*, 9:30am-4pm; Cord Cutting 101*, 6:30pm
7/9: Drop-In Tuesday Tech Time, 4-6pm; First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong by James R. Hanson – a film showing and book discussion*, 6pm
7/10: Crafts for Kids at the Farmers’ Market, 4pm at the library tent; Legal Project Free Legal Consultations, 5:30-7:30pm; SCA Presents: Medieval Storytelling, Song, and Poetry Performance, 6:30pm; An Evening with Tanager*, 7pm
7/11: Visit with the Eddy Alzheimer’s Services, 2pm; Counting Breaths Meditation*, 6pm
Summer Program at the North Chatham Library – Events Calendar
Programs are 12-2 pm, unless otherwise noted. Pre-registration required. Open to anyone and free! Register with us at (518) 766-3211, email@example.com, or northchathamlibrary.org.
July 8: Herbs.
July 9: Phases of the Moon.
July 10-11: Coding Robotics for Kids.
July 14: “A Universe of Dance,” with Vanaver Caravan at 3 pm in the N. Chatham Firehouse.
July 15: Fairy Gardens.
July 16: Music and Movement; 12 pm ages 7 under, 1 pm ages 8 up.
July 16: Canoeing on the Hudson from 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Contact (518) 766-0010 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
July 17: “Out of this World” Watercolors.
July 18: Send a Message Flag to the Great Beyond.
July 22: Print Making.
July 23: Music and Movement (see above).
July 24: “Out of this World” Watercolors.
July 25: “Space: First Mime on the Moon” with comic mime Robert Rivest.
July 29: Cooking with Flowers.
July 30: Astronomy Talk and Star Viewing at 8 pm.
July 31: Outer Space Sculpture.
August 8: Five STARLAB miSci Planetarium Shows starting at 10 am.
August 13: “Over the Moon Animal Adventure” with Animal Embassy at 2 pm.
Week 1 Of N. C. Library Summer Program Coming Up!
Come join us for summer fun! The North Chatham Library will be hosting the first week of its Summer Program from July 8-14. Take a journey through the delicious Herbs program with the Garden Club of Kinderhook on July 8, 12-2pm, and learn about the Phases of the Moon with Mud Creek Environmental on July 9, 12-2pm. July 10 and 11, 12-2 pm, will bring a two-day workshop in Coding and Robotics for kids where you’ll build your own mouse robot with Cornell Cooperative extension. On July 14 at 3 pm, internationally acclaimed dance troupe Vanaver Caravan will help us learn different styles of dance from around the world at the North Chatham Firehouse. Founders Bill and Livia Vanaver have performed all over the world, and will lead the all-ages dance workshop through multiple cultural traditions, historical moments, and social movements, all while telling the stories behind the dances. This project was made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Greene County Council on the Arts. We can’t wait, and we hope you’ll come join us for the fun!
The North Chatham Free Library
The NCFL will host an international dance workshop for all ages on Sunday, July 14th at 3pm. Led by Bill and Livia Vanaver, founders of Vanaver Caravan, the workshop will be held at the North Chatham Firehouse in order to accommodate space for dancing. Bill and Livia say, “We do not simply teach the steps of a dance. We teach the stories behind the dances linking to history, folklore, social movements, and cultural traditions.” Bill will also perform and talk about some of his experiences with ethnic music from around the world. Come to listen and to dance, or just sit back and watch the fun.
Public Hearing on Preliminary 2020 Budget
East Greenbush: The East Greenbush Community Library will be holding a public hearing on the preliminary budget at the library on Tuesday, July 16 at 7:00 pm. The public is invited to attend. There is information on the preliminary budget available in the library and on the library’s website: www.eastgreenbushlibrary.org.
A second proposal on the ballot will be the election of one five-year position on the Library’s Board of Trustees. East Greenbush registered voters who wish to be
considered as candidates to the Board of Trustees can pick up an information packet at the library. The deadline for returning nominating petitions is August 6 at 5:00 pm.
The election to determine the budget and trustee will be held on Thursday, September 5, 2018, from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Registered voters in the Town of East
Greenbush are eligible to vote.
Friends of the Rensselaer Library
New members are always welcome; it is a wonderful way to improve the lives of our young and not so young people of the city, so volunteer today. We are in need of volunteer gardeners and bakers for the Wednesday concerts.
SAVE THE DATES;
Sept. 14th — Our first annual fundraiser “Sipping and Sampling” from 5-9pm at City View Terrace above Partition St. Wine and Liquor.
Friends of the Rensselaer Library
The Friends will be providing baked goods on Wednesdays at Music behind the North End Firehouse. All members and anyone who would like to support the library are asked to bake, cookies, brownies, cup cakes or something similar. Please drop off your items around 5:30 pm at our table, music starts at 6 pm. All proceeds go to promote programs at the library during the year.
Registration for the summer reading program was held on June 29th but parents can still register their child for “A Universe of Stories”. This program is designed to keep children reading during the summer months and improve their reading skills, there will be prizes.
SAVE THE DATE:
Sept. 14th — Our first annual fundraiser “Sipping and Sampling” from 5-9 pm at City View Terrace above Partition St. Wine and Liquor.