While you’re checking out downtown, stop in for a quick, fun cartoon and snack! How about a hot drink?
The Friends will be having their next meeting on Saturday, December 8 at 10:30 AM at the library. We’ll be talking about our logo, the year ahead and other regular business.
The Friends help support the library through fundraising toward great library programs and services. It’s always good to find new members interested in helping serve their community and their library!
Tickets are on sale for the Friends of the Community Library’s annual Basket Raffle fundraiser! There’s over 30 beautiful and tempting baskets to chose from in taking your chance to win! Join us for a day of fun on the 22rd of September. We’ll have a BIG book sale, snacks, lawn games and activities (weather permitting), and Balloon Twisting with Balloon Gal Jenny! Buy a few more tickets on Saturday for good luck; drawing at noon.
An updated calendar with correct dates and times for two Studio for Art and Craft events and Animals Day is available here.
Come find us Saturday at the Cave House Museum! We’ll have tons of fun near the quarry, touring the original cave entrance, checking out the rock garden and cool tools inside the museum!
Keep up-to-date with Summer Reading events listings posted here, on the Events Calendar on the right side of each page, or view the full calendar page.
File your state and federal taxes online for free! Members of Schoharie County Community Action Program (SCCAP) will be on hand to answer questions you might have while you file with MyFreeTaxes.com. Space is limited, please call SCCAP at (518) 234-2568 for appointments. Regular computer use will be limited until 12 PM. This event will also be held Saturday, March 24.
Join us Saturday 2/3 for some fun!
See if you can make the Cobra Weave, an exciting Popsicle Stick Bomb!
Celebrate Love Your Library Month by filling in a HEART with “I love my library because . . . ”
Or find some great books in the Friends of the Library Book Sale Bundles
Join us for a discussion of the bestseller “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins. This program series is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Sponsored by the Mohawk Valley Library System and participating member libraries.