Come down to the library this Friday night at 7 p.m. for our monthly Open Mic! Sing, play music, recite a poem… Express yourself to a friendly audience!
Join us on Saturday morning at 11am for the second in our “Beyond the Basics of Using the Internet” series! This workshop will focus on Google Suite, including Google Calendar, Google Maps, and Google Drive. We look forward to seeing you there.
Come try various summer wines of Italy on the evening of June 10th! The tasting will include a dry rose, two dry reds, two dry whites, and a dessert wine. The event will cost $25 – please call us at (845) 266-5530 to reserve tickets.
Make sure to come out to support all the talented people in our community on May 27th at our recurring Open Mic Night!
Join us for our free Optimistic Aging series every Thursday in June at 1pm. Programs include a presentation on migrant workers during the Great Depression, a class in Tai Chi, a percussion workshop, and a beginner class in Yoga!
Join us on May 16th at 7pm as we discuss Margaret Atwood’s The Blind Assassin.
The Clinton Community Library is “the Place to Bee” on Saturday, May 7 at 1:00pm. Honeybee Steward Dennis Remsburger of Remsburger’s Honey, the Official Honey of New York State, will give a presentation, sharing his life’s passion for beekeeping and educating patrons about the honeybee, one of the most vital organisms to human life. Attendance is free to all, but registration is appreciated before the event. Anyone interested in attending can call the library at (845) 266-5530 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Two great events in our Farm-to-Table Series come to Clinton Community Library this week! On April 8 at 6:30pm, join Farmer Anthony Mecca of Great Song Farm for a presentation on Community Supported Agriculture. Learn how to become involved and receive fresh, locally grown produce all season! At 11am on April 9, Stephanie Wyant comes to the library to educate us on Backyard chicken flocks!
All ages are invited to tomorrow’s Bird Walk, led by local birding expert Barbara Mansell. After the Walk, come inside the library for a fun robin’s nest craft and a chance to win this adorable WebKinz Hummingbird! Last Bird Walk, we saw so many birds, including a few bald eagles!