It was a SWEET Day! Thank you to everyone who baked, judged, ate, volunteered and made it such an amazing event. A Special THANK YOU to the amazing Friends of the Staatsburg Library Group (Amy Heiter, Arlene Siegrist, Cindy Gannon, Diana Rush, Audrey Carson, Susan Eagan) and our GSBC volunteers (Jessica Booth, Kathleen Fiet, Andrea Bialosuknia, […]
What's Happening @ the Library
Transitions & Transformations: An Evening of Poetry With Local Poets Judith Saunders, Lucia Cherciu, and Raphael Kosek
This reading by three local poets will explore Big-Read themes from numerous perspectives. Life is full of transitions, both forced and desired, natural and unnatural. Change is the one true constant. Some poems will focus on cultural transitions: immigration and assimilation, colliding customs and norms, changing or lost identity. Other poems will examine growth and […]
Tuesday October 16 & Thursday October 18 Join Miss Lisa for a movement and music program including songs, instruments, rhyme and interactive play for children. Active participation of an adult caregiver is required. Tuesdays & Thursdays 10-11 am. The same theme is offered both days.
New + Noteworthy
3 Consecutive Fridays – October 19, 26 & November 2 In this workshop, participants explore how graphic novels like American Born Chinese give authors the ability to combine elements of reality and fantasy to tell powerful and compelling stories where the text and imagery enrich and play off one another. Participants will learn the steps […]
The adult book club is a dynamic group of readers that meet monthly for fun and lively discussions about a vast array of books, from contemporary to the classics. October Book Selection: NEA Big Read – Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng Identity & Belonging. Who am I? How do I fit in? These are […]
Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Join Miss Sarah for this program specifically for infants and babies (Birth – 24 Months). Using songs, rhymes, fingerplay, puppets, toys and more this program is geared to promote the development of early literacy skills, motor coordination and provide opportunities for social interaction. Wednesday, October 17 at 10:00 a.m.