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  • Sleep is Good: Nutritional Series (Part 2) with
    Christina Pominville
    Saturday, February 16

    10:30-11:30 AM

    Pre-registration recommended.
    Call or stop by to register.

    This workshop will discuss how to get great sleep! You’ll be guided in figuring out how much sleep you need and natural ways to support your sleep and melatonin production.

    It will include specific steps to take in the areas of diet, rest, exercise, stress reduction and supplementation to support good sleep.

    Part 3: Everyday Detox on March 23

    Click here for more information.

  • Songwriter Circle-Hudson Valley Music Collective
    Wednesday March 20
    6:30 – 8:00 PM
    Meets Bi-Monthly
    $10 Suggested Donation

    These songwriter circles hosted by the Hudson Valley Music Collective (HVMC) will give musicians the chance to share with each other the successes and pitfalls of composing.

    This will not be restricted by any genre and will give creators the chance to learn from one another, hone their craft, and share new work.

    Click here for more information.

  • Financial Planning Series with David Sterman
    Second Workshop: Socially Responsible Investing
    Sunday February 17
    10-11:30 AM
    Pre-registration recommended.
    Call or stop by the library to register.

    Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), is among the fastest-growing styles of investing. The conversation will focus on how SRI has an impact on key social issues of the day. such as fossil fuel-free investments and gender equality. A broad cross section of low-cost investment fund options will also be reviewed.

    Five to Ten Years from Retirement: February 24

    David Sterman, certified financial planner and founder of Huguenot Financial Planning, works to empower consumers as they prepare for a prosperous future.

    Click here for more information.

  • "Show Up, Kids" Family Performance with Peter Marino
    Saturday February 23
    12:00 to 1:00 PM

    Suggested donation: $10 per person or $20 per family

    “Show Up, Kids!” is a unique twist on the traditional kids’ show.  When the main attraction doesn't show up, Peter is tasked with creating a kids’ show on the spot under the guise of someone who's never done a kids’ show before.

    Every show is different!

    The show teaches the audience about collaboration, creating theater, storytelling, and doing things that are a bit scary…because doing is always easier than thinking.

    Click here for more information.

  • Photography Classes with Carl Cox
    Saturdays February 9 to March 9
    Next class: February 16
    2:00 to 4:00 PM
    Cost: $20 per class
    Pre-registration required by Friday before each class.
    Call or stop by the library to register.
    The second class will focus on How to Make Better Pictures. Whether you own a cell phone or digital SLR camera, this class will change your relationship with your camera by giving you basic photography rules and improve composition.
    Click here for more information.

  • Paint a Simple Still Life in Watercolor with Emmy Hastings
    Saturday, March 9
    9– 11:30 AM
    Cost: $15 for supplies
    Pre-register by March 8.

    Learn basic watercolor techniques and produce a beautiful still life painting in just one session!

    Emmy Hastings is a local artist who’s careers have included 20 years as an illustrator/designer for a top NYC publishing house, illustrator for Hudson Valley Magazine and High School Art teacher for the past 17 years. She currently paints at her home studio using watercolor, acrylic and oils.

    Click here for more information.

  • Felting Workshop with Christine Adams
    Sunday, March 10
    1 – 2:30 PM
    Cost: $15
    For ages 10 to adult.
    Pre-register by March 8th.

    Make a felted cupcake! Felting is an age old craft, around for hundreds of years which uses wool from a sheep, alpaca, and llama as well as other animal fur. The wool is sheared, cleaned and processed to produce what is now called roving. Roving is manipulated with a specialized needle to form shapes and create unique, natural, fun and functional objects.

    Christine Adams has been felting for 8 years and has taught monthly felting classes at the Wallkill and Plattekill libraries as well as one-on-one and for small parties.

    here for more information.

Storytime Theater Program with Carolyn Thorenz
9 -11 year olds
Fridays, March 1 - April 5
4 – 5 PM
$25 I Pre-register by February 22

What happens when good stories and young actors collide?
Storytime Theatre, of course!  If you're interested in acting, stage crew or program design, this is a great beginning.

Performance Date: Saturday April 6, 11 AM
More information here.