Celebrate National Library Week with us!
An Afternoon with the Adirondack Baroque Consort
Sunday, April 7 at 3pm (time in newsletter was incorrectly printed as 2pm; please note unusual start time)
The Centennial Celebration of Delmar Poet and Songwriter Claire Finkle Loux, the concert will feature her poems and her songs. Please register here
In the Beginning to the Present
Tuesday, April 9 at 6:30pm
Presented by Historian Bobbie Reno. With additional program, “An Injustice at Greenbush Cantonment: The Execution of Pvt. Samuel Helms, War of 1812.” Please register here.
Financial Aid Workshop
Wednesday, April 10 at 5:00pm
Presented by the Educational Opportunity Center of Hudson Valley Community College. Be the early bird that the gets the funding! Please register here.
Medieval Storytelling, Song & Poetry
Wednesday, April 10 at 6:30pm
Presented by the Society for Creative Anachronism, all are welcome to this performance full of pre-1600’s dress, storytelling, and fun! For more information, click here.
Trio Lingo Musical Jazz Concert
Saturday, April 13 at 2pm
Trio Lingo is a project to explore great musical compositions with the dialect of the jazz trio. Please register here.
Military Balloons and the Civil War
Presented by Jim Cochran, Educator and historian and courtesy of the Greenbush Historical Society. Please register here.
Stop into the Library during National Library Week to celebrate with us!
We will have coloring sheets, bookmarks, and a fun way to recommend your favorite books and movies to our community.
Not only that, but you will *finally* be able to find out what Dewey Decimal Number you are!
Also, Library merchandise will be on sale – so you can pick up that East Greenbush Library water bottle or pullover to show off your East Greenbush pride!
See you at the Library!