Book Clubbers-Mark down Fri. Jan. 20th

Teen Book Club: At 4pm we will have our teen book club. This month was a non-traditional book choice–we are reading all things Gravity Falls, by Rob Ronzetti and Alex Hirsch. Take your pick from the cinestory comics, to Journal 3, or to the Netflix series, we’re not picky. Here are some links to the resources in our library if you’d like to pick up a copy and join the fun:

Cinestory Comic 1

Cinestory Comic 2

Cinestory Comic 3

Journal 3

Gravit Falls: Six Strange Tales DVD

Adult Book Club: At 5pm will be our final discussion on Annie Proulx’s novel Barkskins. It is well worth the effort of its 700 pages. If you haven’t read the entire novel, don’t be shy, come to the meeting anyway and join the discussion about the many topics that will arise: deforestation of the US and Canada, mistreatment of Native American People, and the human experience of it all. We will be choosing our book to discuss in February, so please come participate!

Overdrive Support Class-Sat. Jan. 21 11am

Are you an Overdrive user? If not, are you aware that you can access e-books and e-audio books from the comfort of your own home, for free!? Please join Caitlin and Kara at 11am at Hurley Library to learn how. You will need:

  1. Your library card
  2. Your phone, tablet or laptop (if you use a desktop please call ahead)
  3. A valid email address and the password for that email

That’s it! If you can’t make it for the morning session at 11am at the Hurley Library, you’re in luck because we are doing a second showing at West Hurley Library at 1:30! To register for this program, please call 845-338-2092 for Hurley, and 845-679-6405 for West Hurley.

Thank You Friends–Book Sale Sat. Jan. 21st 10-1

Thank you SO much to our amazing Friends of the Hurley Library! Last month we hit a record with our Winter Wonderland attendance! The day was fun-filled from start to finish. The FOHL organized a bake sale to beat all bake sales….but we couldn’t have done it without your help in the kitchen–thank you bakers! The book sale in the Old Building did VERY well, and there was music, crafts and obstacle courses through-out the day. We thank you all, and hope that you had as much fun as we did! Don’t miss our upcoming book sale on Saturday, January 21st from 11-1!

 

March of the Penguins- Thurs. Jan. 19th 6pm

Kids Movie Night at the Old Building! Popcorn and Penguins! Please call to reserve a spot! (Parents must accompany their children).

Simple Kitchen Comforts Returns!–Tues. Jan 17th 12:30

Join Bob Kothe and the Kitchen Comforts Crew in a cooking demo in the community room of the library. We will be learning how to make Pot de Crème, and sampling this rich, chocolatey french dessert. Please let us know if you are planning on attending so we can have a pot for you. This event is free and open to all ages of adults.

I Have a Dream- Friday Jan. 13th 4pm

On Friday, January 13th at 4pm, we are having an event in celebration of the life and accomplishments of civil rights activist and inspiring human being, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In this event for teens and adults, we will watch King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech and work together on acting on our dreams. Please call the library to find out more information and to sign up.

Pokemon Club and Read To Zooey–Jan 12th

Don’t miss out on an exciting afternoon at the Hurley Library! Thursday, January 12th at 4pm, we’re having POKEMON club and our friend Zooey is back and looking for her reader friends. Hope to see you there!

Mahjongg Club

Please join our group of beginner Mahjongg players for a fun time learning the game of Mahjongg. Mahjongg is an ancient game that is sweeping the nation, so don’t be left out. No prior knowledge of the game is necessary. Please call the library to register. We will be meeting Tuesdays from 10-12 on January 17th, 24th and 31st.

Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Monday, January 16th, we will be closed.

We’re Bringing Tuesdays Back!

For the next month or so, we are experimenting with bringing Tuesday evening hours back to the Hurley Library. Many of you have expressed that we did not have enough days that we’re open after 5, so we are giving it a shot! The trial period will last through the end of January 2017. Please visit us on Tuesdays as we’ll be open 10-6!