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Join us on Saturday, September 20th at 1:00 PM for a lecture and demonstration featuring David Louis, Animal Communication Specialist.  Mr Louis has been an Animal Communication Specialist since 2001.  His vast array of experience with dogs, cats, horses, birds and more has given David a unique perspective which he enthusiastically shares with audiences everywhere.  His heartwarming stories will help you understand how the animals you see every day experience their world and their relationships with you.  David’s presentation will conclude with a demonstration of his technique.

 

To learn more about his work, check out his website at www.talktoyouranimals.co

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Friday, September 18th is Talk Like a Pirate Day!  Bring the kids for crafts and pirate fun between 3:30 and 5:00 PM!  Everyone has permission to say “Yarrghh” as much as they’d like!

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Join us at the library Thursday, September 18th at 6:30 PM for an artist reception in honor of Patricia Carley and her late son, John.  The “Heart to Heart” art show is on display here at the library through the end of October.  Come meet Patricia and enjoy some light refreshments while checking out the artwork.

 

Patricia Carley is both poet and painter.  She began writing as a young girl and painting as an adult.  Her recurring theme of Native America Spirit Guides is influenced by the work of Susan Seddon Boulet.  Many of her watercolors are accompanied by her poetry.  She lives in Troy and on Glass Lake.

 

Patricia’s son John attended the ARC of Rensselaer County programs from 2001 until his death in 2012 at the age of 31.  He began flourishing as an artist under the guidance of Carolyn Adams at the Art Project at Brunswick Center Services.  He enjoyed various mediums and designs, eventually settling on themes with Oriental Flair.

 

The title of the show comes from the book Heart to Heart: Our Journey as Mother and Son, Patricia wrote and published in 2010.  Visit her website at www.patriciacarley.com

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Join us at the library this fall for a book discussion series on the book “Hot Dogs & Hamburgers” by Rob Shindler.  The discussion will be led by Rev. Dr  Bob Loesch. The book illustrates the impact of literacy and shows how one person can make a difference in the life of another.   The series will run on Monday evenings at 6:30 PM and will continue through October 8.  No registration required.

 

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Join us this Saturday, September 13th from 9 AM to 2 PM for a Used Book “Bag” Sale at the Sand Lake Town Library! We’ll be part of the Sand Lake Town Wide Garage sale so our sale will take place in the parking lot in front of the Court entrance to town hall (right on Miller Hill Road/66).  Fill a grocery bag with books for $3.  Grocery bags will be provided at the sale.

 

There will also be a bake sale too so you can pick up a treat to fuel your garage sale-ing! All proceeds from the sales go to the library.

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