No RSVP is necessary and all items are free.
The Library will be hosting its 3rd Annual Great Give Back Event in partnership with the Webutuck Teachers’ Association and Oblong Books.
Community members are invited to come to the Library between 10 AM – 12 PM to pick up free clothing, toys and household goods, provided by the Webutuck Teachers’ Association.
Free books will also be available, provided by Oblong Books.
A limited number of brand new school supplies and winter gear may be available, courtesy of donations from community members.
Items will be given away in the Library’s back yard. Masks are suggested but not required.
Guidelines for donating and inclement weather
1) We ARE NOT accepting donations of clothing, toys, household goods or books from the public. No exceptions can be made on this.
We ARE accepting new school supplies and winter items: please go to the shopping lists below or call the Library for more information*
2) In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held in the Library Annex, and masks will be required for all children and adults ages 2 and up
(While Supplies Last)
Pick up native plant seeds to grow in your own garden.
Help us congratulate and say good bye to Kristin. Kristin will be moving on to a new adventure in Library land, as she becomes K-5 school librarian. For those of you who may not be aware Kristin has been with our library for almost 10 years (!) running events for children of all age. We’ll be saying good bye officially on August 24 through out the day. Refreshments will be served at 4 pm. We would like to encourage you to stop in and celebrate this momentous moment.
The library will be closed for the first week in January to give the staff a much need break. Adult annex programs will continue as scheduled.
Every Tuesday and Saturday from 11 – 12:15; Children and Caregivers will enjoy circle time with songs, fingerplays, a read aloud with a coordinating craft following.
Sign up online for our Summer Reading Program on READsquared starting July 1st!
Here is the link to register:
You can also find the Readsquared app in your app store. The app is free for both Android and iOS mobile devices.
Did you miss Danny Sings About Everything? No worries; the shows are recorded and available for on demand viewing! Watch and dance on your schedule.
Click here to access recorded shows on YouTube.
This program is offered in partnership with the Fellowship of the Books
No RSVP necessary
Danny Tieger is an author, songwriter, and performer who specializes in making never-before-thought-of-things come to life.
All ages welcome. This is an online program.
RSVP required: please click here to fill out the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfYJ5LPWK_vcQLMYClxcrUU3K7rVZGYRN3Ml-HOqWhjuJt2Tw/viewform
Join the teaching artists of Ajna Dance Company for their Dances of India workshop on Zoom to learn about Indian culture through dance and music.
We will get to discuss and learn different styles of dance that come from the diverse country that is India. After you watch and learn, be ready to get up and dance with us!
Adults and children of all ages are welcome.
RSVP required: please click here sign up.
Please be sure to fill out a form for EACH person participating (i.e. 4 forms for 2 children and 2 adults)
This program is a collaboration between the NorthEast-Millerton Library and Taconic State Park – Rudd Pond.
Nature Scouts is back for Fall! Come to Rudd Pond and learn about raptors, reptiles and other animals with wildlife educator Brian Robinson.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs to sit on.
In the event of inclement weather, the event will be moved to the NorthEast-Millerton Library Annex, located at 28 Century Boulevard.
Get your hands dirty and have fun in our flower beds. This year we’re turning our raised beds into a garden that even the bees will enjoy, and we need a little extra help.
All ages, Click on the image to learn more and to register.