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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.  

The Library has returned to regular hours. Masks are still required for all visitors. Thank you!

 

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Book Talks with AnnaLee: Dragon Family Favorites

October 18 - October 24
Join AnnaLee as she discusses some of her mother's favorite titles in honor of her birthday on Halloween! Kathy Dragon lived to share her love of books (no surprise that her daughter became a librarian), and would love to know that she could recommend your next great read. It turns out that book talks run in the family! Maybe some are already favorites of yours, but you might just discover a new title too. ..Read More

Teen D&D Courses

October 18 @ 8:00 am - October 31 @ 5:00 pm
Interested in learning the ins and outs of Dungeons and Dragons, but don't know where to get started? We're hoping to get a group together to start learning from the ground up! Build characters, learn the mechanics, practice battling, and more! We don't have a specific date in mind yet, but these classes will be sometime in November. Let us know if you're interested below and we'll reach out! This is for ages 10-18. ..Read More

Tween/Teen Middle School Book Club

October 21 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Our summer reading program and Battle of the Books may be over, but why should that stop the fun? All readers in grades 6-8 should come join our Middle School Book Club! Read each book for the month before the meeting. Then, come ready to chat about all the parts you loved, the parts you hated, similar stories, and more! Plus, get some great recommendations from Matt and from fellow teen readers! This quarter, we are reading: Savvy by Ingrid Law Navigating Early by Clare Vanderpool Pax by Sara Pennypacker..Read More

Minecraft Creative Contest: Haunted Houses

October 21 @ 5:00 pm - October 28 @ 9:00 pm
Hop into creative mode on our Minecraft Server and set out to build the best haunted house! Will it include grand, sweeping architecture? A derelict cabin in the woods? Combine your ingenuity with your Minecraft skills to really impress us! You'll have one week to finish your house. The Server will be open from Thursday, October 21st through Thursday, October 28 from 5-9pm each day, after which we'll begin the judging! For ages 12-18. To join the server, you must be using Bedrock Edition of Minecraft. Use the address "spookyworld.nodecraft.gg" to join! Warning: any griefing or destruction of other properties will result in a ban and possible cancellation of the contest. [embeddoc url="http://kinderhooklibrary.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Minecraft-Haunted-House.pdf"]..Read More

2nd Annual Lynn Strunk Memorial Tea Party

October 23 @ 8:00 am - November 8 @ 5:00 pm
tea-2107191_960_720Join Aimee Strunk and her family for their third annual memorial tea party, in honor of Lynn Strunk. Register below to sign up for a unique $20 Tea Party Kit to pick up from the Library. Kits will contain a china tea cup and saucer set, variety of teas, hot cocoa, cookies, chocolate, and a craft, with all proceeds benefiting the Library. Please register using the form below or by calling the Library at 518-758-6192 by Sunday, November 14. Kits can be picked up during Library hours on Saturday, Nov 20 or Sunday, Nov 21.   ..Read More