Welcome to the Kinderhook Memorial Library.

Our mission is to connect our patrons with information – traditional and new media. Now, more than ever, libraries are becoming community centers, gathering spaces, and places not only for learning, but also for entertainment. The links above will orient you to our innovative programming and services.

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Paint & Sip Returns

August 27 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
KML Paint and SipYou asked, and your library answered! With our last paint & sip drawing long waiting lists, we're doing it again. We'll provide the wine and snacks, all the needed materials, and the instructor...all you need to bring is yourself! No artistic experience is necessary, and it's fun no matter your skill level. Registration is required, and the class is limited to 10 participants due to space constraints...Read More

Sit & Knit

August 28 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
kmlknit Our intro to knitting classes were so popular this Spring that we decided to host a meet-up! On the fourth Sunday of each month, we invite all knitters of all experience levels to come to the library and sit & knit! Work on a new project, get help with a problem or challenge, and enjoy the company of your fellow knitters. All are welcome to join, and no registration is required...Read More

Teen Night: Trading Card Gamers

September 2 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Blakfyre Games Product photos CCGsCalling all Trading Card Gamers! If you're a fan of Pokemon, Magic, YuGiOh, or any other collectible card game, be sure to come out to our TCG Club. Play your favorite, learn a new one, or teach newbies how to play!..Read More

Blacksmith Demonstration

September 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
BlacksmithEver wonder what it means to be a blacksmith? Stop by the library and find out! Blacksmith Jacob Kuhnen will set up his forge on the library's front lawn and give us a demonstration. He'll also be happy to answer your questions and talk with you about his work. So if you're visiting the farmer's market, take a stroll down to the library and see this craftsman at work...Read More