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Digital Navigators Of The Hudson Valley – Support For Your Tech Needs

Digital Navigators Of The Hudson Valley Support For Your Tech Needs Staatsburg Library Digital Navigator- Shaun McCavara Being online is important for everything from job hunting, to finding a place to live, and staying in touch with friends and family. Getting connected isn’t always easy. And it can be costly. Digital Navigators of the Hudson […]

Babies & Books – Birth to 24 Months

Babies & Books A LapSit Program for Birth to 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. Thursday, May 5, 12, 19 & 26 10 AM

Mystery Book Club

Mystery Book Club Mystery loves company! Join a dynamic group of adult readers that meet monthly for fun and lively discussions about a vast array of mystery books, from contemporary to the classics. May Book Selection: The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman Wednesday, May 18 6:30 PM  

Ukulele 101 – All Ages (Upper Elementary to Adult)

Ukulele 101 All Ages (Upper Elementary to Adult) Want to learn to play the Ukulele? Karen and Alana Tobias will teach you the basics you need to play this fun instrument. The library has a limited number of ukuleles to borrow. We encourage participants to bring a ukulele if possible. Thursday, May 5, 12, 19, 26 […]

Recording of Old Post Road Program

The recording of this program can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLqQphfjlgw A Road Through Time – History of Old Post Road Author Richard Figiel A Road Through Time: Manhattan to the Adirondacks on New York State’s First Road Richard Figiel, author of the book, “A Road Through Time, Manhattan to the Adirondacks on New York State’s […]

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.