Staatsburg: A Gilded Age Village Throwback Thursday – A 3 Part Video Series Episode III – Mills Estate Employees The Staatsburg Library and the Staatsburgh State Historic Site have joined forces to collaborate on this educational video series. Join Staatsburgh Historic Interpreter Zachary Veith for a video series exploring the relationship between the Mills estate and […]
Staatsburg: A Gilded Age Village Throwback Thursday – A 3 Part Video Series Episode II – Local People & Events The Staatsburg Library and the Staatsburgh State Historic Site have joined forces to collaborate on this educational video series. Join Staatsburgh Historic Interpreter Zachary Veith for a video series exploring the relationship between the Mills estate […]
Boys Book Club – Upper Elementary Outdoors – Weather Permitting To receive the link for the meeting email firstname.lastname@example.org Wednesday, April 14 4 PM
Story time on the Library Lawn Registration Required Mud – Squishy, Messy, FUN! Tuesday, April 13 & Thursday, April 15 10 AM (weather permitting) Seating will be arranged for appropriate physical distancing REGISTRATION REQUIRED: send an email with name, contact phone # & date requesting registration to: email@example.com or call 889-4683 Tuesday, April 13 & […]
Celebrate Earth Day Yarn Birds Virtual Program & Take Home Project Celebrate Earth Day and learn to create an adorable yarn bird perched on a branch. Join Miss Lisa virtually as we follow the tutorial from Creativebug to make these charming birdies from fuzzy yarn, feathers, and your imagination. All supplies will be provided. Materials […]
Library Garden Seeking Volunteers Our library garden will be growing in so many ways this season, and we hope to expand our ability to provide fresh produce to those in need in the community. But we can’t do it alone! If you are interested in helping us with maintaining the garden, planting, weeding, building, harvesting, […]
Let’s go fly a kite! Have fun making your own kite using items from home. Get outside and have fun! Send in a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org Website directions: instructables.com/Easy-Paper-Kite-for-Kids/ Supplies: Copy or card stock piece of paper, Ruler, Scissors, Hole punch, Tape, Straw, Light string, Plastic garbage bag, Pencil
Create a Marble Run Have fun making your own simple kite using items from home. Experiment with different shapes and sizes. See how gravity works. Have fun! Send in a picture to email@example.com Supplies: tape, scissors, cardboard tubes, old pool noodles and a marble or small ball.
The Heritage Quest database through our website gives you anytime, anywhere access with your library card to a collection of genealogical and historical sources (with coverage dating back to the 1700s) that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place’s past.