Join us Tuesday, July 29th at 2:00 PM for “Magical Medieval Machines”  The kids will learn all about physics while making their own catapult.  Please call the library at 674-5050 to register.  Ages 6+

Looking for something to do with the kids on Thursday (July 17th)?  Here’s what’s happening:


Thursday, July 17th, 11:15 AM–Our weekly storytime with Miss MaryMargaret!


Thursday, July 17th, 12:00 PM–Storytime with South Paw from the Tri City Valley Cats (will start right after our 11:15 Story Time with Miss MaryMargaret).  Open to all.


Thursday, July 17th, 4:00-5:00 PM–Lego Club–imagination required.  Ages 4+  No sign up required!



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The Clark Art Institute museum pass is back for the 2014 season!  The pass admits two adults to the museum.  Children under 18 are free.


We also have two MiSci (The Museum of Science and Technology) passes.  One pass admits 2 adults and 2 children to the museum and planetarium.


We also have one pass to the Albany Institute of History and Art which admits four people to the museum.


The passes are available on a first come, first served basis.  They can be checked out for a 3 day period.  Call the library to check on availability.


If anyone would like to sponsor a pass to a specific institution, please contact the library at 674-5050 for more information.

Looking for something to do with the kids this afternoon?  Stop in the library today (July 9th) at 2:00 to see a Traveling Pond.  Educators from Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center will be here with their pond full of fish, frogs, salamanders and insects. The kids will be able to touch these creatures and learn how they survive in their environment.  The program will be one hour long.


Tonight, we will be having a Middle School book club.  Do you have a middle schooler who loves to read?  Bring them to the library tonight to discuss their favorite books and learn about other books they may like.  The club will be led by recent college grad Lindsey Bush.  From 6:30 to 7:30 in our program room.



Interested in Solar Energy?  Have you noticed all the panels popping up on businesses and homes in the area?  Join us Monday, July 7th at 6:00 PM for a discussion about solar energy, what it is, and learn about the process of community purchasing.  To see more about this presentation click here.  The program will be given by Solarize Troy–a group of volunteer solar professionals, sustainability advocates and community organizers associated with Transition Troy.  Check out their website here


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