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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.  

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Techspert Tech Assistance

October 16 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
computer mouse techDo you need expert help with your laptop, smartphone, tablet, or other gadget? Then you need our Tech Expert (or Techspert), Heather Lloyd! Heather runs her own business as Lloyd the Geek, and she’s going to offer one-on-one assistance to our patrons to help with all their technology questions. Just call the library and make an appointment for one of the half-hour slots available! Save Save Save Save Save Save Save..Read More

Trivia Night @ the Flammerie

October 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The FlammerieTrivia Night is back at The Flammerie! We'll pit teams of 4 people against one another in a high-spirited battle of wits! Do you want to prove once and for all that you're a genius? Or are you just looking for a fun night out with friends? Why not get a team together and join us! The winning team gets a $100 gift certificate to The Flammerie, and bragging rights too! Registration is required, and space is limited so sign up today! Save Save Save..Read More

Pokemon Meetup: Battle, Trade, and Go!

October 17 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
poketrainersBring your DS systems, Pokemon cards, and any other PokeGear you may have to our Pokemon Meetup at the Library! Trade cards or battle other trainers, or go on a Pokemon Go tour around the village! If you want to be the very best and catch 'em all, don't miss it!..Read More

Special Storytime with Assemblyman Jake Ashby

October 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
giraffeJoin us for a very special storytime with local Assemblyman Jake Ashby! The Assemblyman will be reading one of his favorite children's books, A Giraffe and a Half by Shel Silverstein, and then will lead the kids in a fun giraffe craft! The Assemblyman has co-sponsored the Reading Rocks program and is very interested in enhancing reading programs in our libraries and schools, so let's all have some fun reading together!ashby..Read More

Wine Talk & Tasting with J. Stephen Casscles

October 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
hcw-staff-steveJ. Stephen Casscles of Athens, NY, author of Grapes of the Hudson Valley, and a winemaker at the Hudson-Chatham Winery, will talk about the history of grape growing and wine making in the Hudson Valley. The Hudson Valley is a unique wine growing area, using many different kinds of grape varieties to produce a wide range of quality styles of wine. The audience will taste various styles of wine produced by the Hudson-Chatham Winery. Afterwards, the author will sell and sign copies of his book. Space is limited and registration is required, so call to sign up today!..Read More