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POSTPONED – Group Ukulele Jam – Beginners Welcome

DUE TO THE PREDICTION OF INCLEMENT WEATHER UKULELE JAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED Saturday, January 18 at 2:00 pm. Join our resident musician (and library clerk) Lisa Markley for some Ukulele fun! All levels of experience welcome. Bring your own instrument as we have a limited number of ukuleles that can be borrowed. To request a […]

Free Tax Preparation – By Appointment Fridays Feb. 7 – April 10

FREE TAX PREPARATION A service provided by the AARP Tax-Aide Foundation This volunteer-run tax preparation service is offered to older adults, individuals with disabilities, and individuals and families with low-middle income. ●AARP Membership NOT REQUIRED ●Available to Taxpayers of All Ages ●Returns Prepared by Trained Volunteers ●Federal & State Returns ●Returns Filed Electronically Friday, February […]

Bees & Seeds Workshops – Children 4-10 Yrs (Registration Required)

This series of workshops will focus on the importance of pollinators in today’s world. This free series will incorporate art, science, movement, and more. Workshops are offered in partnership with The Farm & the New York State Parks Department. REGISTRATION REQUIRED – Call 889-4683 to register.  Saturday, February 1      from 1-2 pm Bee […]

Art Night – Polymer Clay Sculptures on Tin Cans (6th grade and above)

Friday, January 31 at 6:30 pm Learn how to create a unique sculpture using a variety of hand-building techniques with polymer clay. This class will be taught by art student Amelia Booth. Supplies will be provided. 6th grade & above

Staatsburg Library Tote

Looking for the perfect gift? Look no further – The Staatsburg Library tote  is a stylish, large, durable, canvas bag with small interior velcro-close pocket. Show your Staatsburg Library pride! Bags are $15 and can be purchased at the library.  

Who’s in your family tree?

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.