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Library Hours / Horario de la Biblioteca

10-6 Monday-Thursday
10-5 Friday

10-1 Saturday

 For Library card questions, call us @ 914-631-7734 or email tarcirc@wlsmail.org

 

 Book Donations Paused Until After June 1 

 

 Please return all outstanding library materials to the book drop outside; items are checked in after a quarantine period.

Visits are limited to 30 minutes per day; occupancy limits apply.

 

Tax forms are available at the Reference Desk.

 

*New*  Click here to pay your fines online; $2.50 service fee will apply.

  

   Pick up your giant bird Take & Make in the Children's Room, May 10 - 15!


Monday, May 17, 2021 at 7 pm


Exploring the American Revolution/Founding Era Through Stone


Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMocOiprD0uHdAIixcWfN_V7lx7bdh...


 








During this zoom program, Dr. Sara Mascia of the Historical Society serving Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown will be utilizing the headstones in the Old Dutch Church Burying Ground, a National Historic Landmark in Sleepy Hollow, New York, to many local...

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May 18 @ 11 am YouTube


Buzz, buzz, buzz...Don't bee late for bilingual rhymes, stories and songs!


18 de mayo a las 11 am YouTube


 



Stories and songs, Thursdays @ 4 pm. Email warnerjuvprograms@gmail.com for the Zoom link.


May 25 @ 11am: YouTube


Super flower moon fun with bilingual flower power rhymes and cool moon facts.


25 de mayo a las 11 am: YouTube


Celebra la luna de flores con ritmas bilingües y datos curiousos de la luna.


    Readers Rule book club on Zoom - Wednesday, May 26 @ 4 pm


Book discussion for grades 5-7: The Same Stuff as Stars by Katherine Paterson - borrow the ebook from Hoopla or reserve a print copy.  Email pcohn@wlsmail.org for the Zoom link.


Angel Morgan needs help. Her daddy is in jail, and her mother has abandoned Angel and her little brother,...

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Wednesday, May 26 at 7pm


A free zoom program. Register online: https://bit.ly/3btulmG


Have tons of projects but no one to craft with? Connect with others in this free online craft circle. Bring a project you've been working on or one you've been meaning to start and enjoy some conversation with others in the same boat. Don't have a project yet? Join in and get some ideas!


Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 4 pm


Exploring the American Revolution/Founding Era Through Stone







Exploring the American Revolution/Founding Era Through Stone - Dr. Mascia will highlight the roles of local free and enslaved persons during the Founding Era by  guiding participants through the Old Dutch Burying Ground. Using documents and authenticated sources as background research, Dr. Masicia will bring to life the headstones of the people buried in the cemetery and provide a fresh perspective on the many...

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Monday, June 7 at 7pm


Meteorologist and astronomer Joe Rao presents "Sunrise Scimitar," which deals with the topic of eclipses and highlights a spectacular Eclipse of the Sun that will occur over our area in June. Early risers in the Northeast US on Thursday morning, June 10th, will – weather conditions permitting – be treated to the most unusual sunrise of their lives, for we will not see a yellow-orange circle of light, but a large solar eclipse which will transform the Sun into a fiery scimitar!


Registration is required to attend this online  meeting: ...

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Tuesday, June 8 at 7 pm via Zoom


Interview with Barbara Page author and creator of her new book Book Marks: Notes from the library of my mind (New York Bauer and Dean Publishers)


 Artist and author Page will be interviewed by Gay Daly


Register at https://bit.ly/3xDeFpR



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