All About Beekeeping with “Bee Whisperer” Dennis Remsburger: May 7

Beekeeping InfographicThe 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 to register.

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For everyone who’s wished they could make our Tuesday morning Story Time but couldn’t because of school (sigh), we are now pleased to offer a weekly session of Story & Chill, a story time for grades 1-4, on Friday nights (except the fourth Friday of each month) at 7:20pm in the library. Please register by calling us at 266-5530, stopping by in person, or email at Thanks! <3

Farm-to-Table at CCL This Week!

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!

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Don’t Forget: Saturday Morning Bird Walk!


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!

Novel Ninjas InfographicOur Battle of the Books team is aptly named the Novel Ninjas. Please support them by being a baker or a shopper at their Bake Sale on Saturday, April 9 from 9-1.

Or consider joining the team! Open to grades 6-9.

Celtic Night This Week!!

Celtic Night InfographicJoin us for an evening of traditional Celtic music and bring your favorite scones, soda bread, or other treat for a community potluck. Thursday, March 31 at 7pm.

Come to Our Second Spring Egg Festival!

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Join us for our second Spring Egg Festival here at the Clinton Community Library! There will be an Egg Hunt at 11am with separate age zones, an egg dye station, crafts, a visit from real live bunnies, and an amazing free raffle basket!

With any questions or to RSVP, please call 266-5530 or email Miss Charlotte at

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A reminder that the Big Library Read is launching on March 17 with American Sniper.

The title will be available for unlimited access on the MHLS Digital Download page at between midday March 17 and midday March 31 for the duration of the lending period. There will also be a promotional spotlight at the top of the page.

Spring Break @ Your Library 🐣

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We’ve got cool, family-friendly activities planned every day we’re open during Spring Break! Stop by the library if you are looking for a fun, free outing that’s fun for all ages!
🌼 Monday, March 21: Origami Workshop, 3:30pm
🌼 Tuesday, March 22: Story Time, 10:30am
🌼 Thursday, March 24: Board Games, 4pm
🌼 Friday, March 25: Scrabble, 3pm and Open Mic Night, 7pm
🌼 Saturday, March 26: SPRING EGG FESTIVAL & HUNT!* 🐣
*Registration for the Spring Egg Festival & Hunt is appreciated.
With any questions or to register, please contact Charlotte at 266-5530 or Thanks!

Estate Planning & Elder Law — THIS WEEKEND!

THIS WEEKEND! Due to popular demand, Michael Martin of Martin Law, PC returns to the Clinton Community Library to discuss Medicaid, trusts (revocable and irrevocable), wills, probate expenses, power of attorney, living wills and health care proxy. The presentation begins at 11:15am at Clinton Community Library on Saturday, March 5. 1215 Centre Road in the Clinton Town Hall Campus. Registration is not required.

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