If you enjoy creative writing, join our upbeat supportive group. Please call to check for cancellations.Read more
This is a virtual presentation – stay tuned for details on how to join.
This program is free and open to all.
Join Ehris and Velya for a funny and factual exploration of colonial “quackery.”
History should never be boring!Read more
Learn how to use professional coaching strategies to help your children develop focus, organization, and resilience in school – whatever your version of school looks like right now. This will be an introduction to coaching strategies, language, and some of the signs that your child may need your help. You’ll learn some of the key phrases like “executive function”, “powerful questions,” and “skill-building” and what they mean in this context. Learn how you can use these concepts to help your family deal with the changing dynamics of our educational system.
Pauline Saavedra is a professional coach, mother of two, and has 25 years of experience in higher education, advising and coaching graduating seniors. She has found that the strategies that worked for her college advisees also help her children through the difficulties of school.Read more
Friday, February 5th at 4 pm
Join us for a virtual visit with author Susan Kusel and illustrator Sean Rubin and learn about
The Passover Guest!
All ages welcome
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Note: this program will take place on Zoom.
Sponsored by Oblong Books and Music
Join Sharon Audubon Naturalist, Bethany Sheffer, for an exploration of early-arriving spring birds! Participants will learn how to begin identifying these dazzling feathered jewels as well as how they can create a self-sustaining bird buffet for them using native plants in their landscapes. In addition, we’ll explore how the Sharon Audubon Center’s wildlife rehabilitation clinic assists injured birds and how we can help them in our own homes. CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO REGISTER.Read more
Amenia vs. Millerton Golf Tournament to benefit the Amenia Free Library and the NorthEast Millerton Library. Entry Fee: $50 per person includes dinner of hamburgers & hotdogs Deadline to Register Aug. 10.
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Romp, stomp and read with us at the
North East Community Center’s Farmer’s Market!
This event will be located at 6 Dutchess Avenue in Millerton, NY
Activities will include:
– A story walk
– Jump roping and hula hooping
– Make-N-Take Craft Kits
– Book Quote game for children, teens and adults
– Prizes and free children’s books
No sign up required.
All Romp and Read activities are free of charge for all attendees.
Patricia Medvecky has always had more than a casual interest in the arts, including great works but as life began to wind down, she decided to try creating some of her own. You will find that most of her paintings are centered around flowers. She chose watercolor as her primary medium because she loves the freshness, spontaneity, and delicate luminous color which is ideal for flower painting. Watercolors allows her to “capture the delicacy, sturdiness, and sheer beauty of one of nature’s most exquisite subjects”.
Patricia Medvecky lives in Salisbury, CT. She has a master’s degree from Hunter College in Education.Read more
This event is free and open to all ages on Facebook Live.
No registration required, but RSVPs are encouraged. RSVP on Facebook or email email@example.comRead more
Libraries across the state want to give their patrons a chance to give back to the community. This year, we will be collecting donations for the Millerton Presbyterian Church’s food pantry and for the Library’s Little Free Grocery Program.
The actual day of The Great Give Back is October 17th, but we will be collecting donations starting on October 1st and until October 31st.
We are accepting the following items:
Breakfast items: cereal, instant oatmeal, graham crackers, granola bars
Entrees: macaroni and cheese, peanut butter, jelly/jam, canned tuna fish, canned soup/stew
Juice boxes (100% juice)
Snack foods: microwaveable popcorn, individual packages of cookies, crackers and puddings.
Pet products (cat and dog food, cat litter)
Hygiene products (shampoo, body wash, soap, toothpaste, feminine hygiene products)
Please be sure that all food items donated are not expired and that they are sealed. Expired or open containers will not be accepted.
Feel like shopping from home? Our Amazon Shopping List is up and running!
Donations CANNOT be used to pay fees for lost or damaged items or library fines.Read more