Posted January 22, 2018
The Science of Bubbles will be held on Wednesday, February 21st @ 6pm. This workshop is intended for children in grades 2 and up. See how and why bubbles are made! Please stop in or call the library at 518-283-3721 to pre-register for this fun library lab!
Posted January 16, 2018
The library will kick off a series of mini science labs on Wednesday, January 31 at 6pm. The first one ” The Science of Bubbles” is for students in grades 2 and up. Please pre-register for this event by stopping in or calling the library at 518-283-3721. Watch this site and our Facebook page for future Library Labs.
We are so fortunate to have two retired teachers as part of the staff at the library. Philomena Valente was a science teacher at Algonquin Middle School; she will be presenting the Library Labs. Lianne Thompson was a teacher at Poestenkill Elementary School and she has put together the Reading Olympics program which started on January 3rd. Hooray for teachers!
Posted January 15, 2018
I apologize for the last minute notice and any inconvenience this may cause. It is too cold inside the library to open. We will get it fixed and be ready to open at 1pm tomorrow.
Margie Morris, Director
Posted January 5, 2018
The Winter Reading Challenge to go along with the Winter Olympics starts on January 3rd! “Go for the Gold!” runs from January 3 – March 7. The challenge is a reading BINGO (READO) and the prize is a Kindle Fire. There are three levels: Elementary, Middle/High School, & Adult. For each READO row completed you receive an award to go into a drawing for the Kindle – one given at each level. READO sheets are now available. Stop in and earn a chance to win a Kindle Fire. And have fun completing the reading tasks on the READO sheets!
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