The Hurley Library wishes to thank the Hurley Lion’s Club for organizing yet another successful fundraiser for the Hurley Library, and also extends and big THANK YOU and HOORAY to all who dined for a cause, bought a 50/50 raffle ticket, or told a friend about the fundraiser. Thanks to you, we netted over $1500 to be used towards the new library! Who doesn’t love good news!?
The Friends of the Hurley Library have met twice now, and have some great events up their sleeves. If you have ever considered volunteering for your library, now’s the time! You are invited to:
- March in the Memorial Day Parade in Hurley, May 30th 10am
- Shelve books for our Book Barn Sales, during opening hours
- Work at Book Sale on Town Yard Sale day, June 4th
- Offer one-on-one Tech Help (to be scheduled)
And there is lots more in store, so keep watching the website for details!
Please call 338-2092 if you would like to get involved, or email email@example.com
The first Groove Attic was so fun that we decided to have another one. This month, we explore reggae music, play some fun movement games, and even sample some island fruits! Please let us know if you are planning on coming. See you on Wednesday May 25th at 3:30.
This month the Teen Book Club will be taking a break from our regular programming to welcome local talent, Patti Gibbons who will be guiding the group through a special springtime decoupage project. Please call 338-2092 to register or email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can plan to have enough materials for everyone. These spots fill up fast so call soon!
See you on Friday, May 20th at 4:30!
May is a great month to join the Hurley Library Book Club! We are currently looking for more people who love reading, love talking, and love…delicious baked goods! If this sounds like you, please join us Thursday, June 16th. It’s a good time to join the book club because we are having a general book lovers’ discussion with a sneak peak of some of the new books hitting the Hurley Library shelves soon! The Book Club pick for this month is The Last Painting of Sarah De Vos, by Dominic Smith.
From the Kirkus Review:
“Smith’s latest novel is a rich and detailed story that connects a 17th-century Dutch painting to its 20th-century American owner and the lonely but fervent art student who makes the life-changing decision to forge it. This is a beautiful, patient, and timeless book, one that builds upon centuries and shows how the smallest choices—like the chosen mix for yellow paint—can be the definitive markings of an entire life.”
Thursday June 16th, at 7pm.
The Hurley Library will be having a scavenger hunt on Saturday, April 23rd at 2pm. Activities for children and adults of all ages. Come to the library and snoop around…you never know what you may find!
Did you ever think that it might be a fun to have your own bee colony in your backyard? Are you concerned for the dwindling bee population? Does honey give you a buzz? Well the Hudson Valley Bee Supply is here to help…at your library! On April 20th at 6:30, the friendly bee experts are coming to give an introductory workshop for keeping bees. Please call the library to register 845-338-2092.
We have started a Young Adult Book Club at the Hurley Library! We meet the third Friday of the month at 4:30. Our next meeting will be on March 18th. If you haven’t already grabbed one, stop by the library for a Library Challenge Bookmark. Complete one of the reading challenges on the back of the bookmark, and come to our next meeting ready to have fun!