Program Description: Explore the art and practice of making theatre for social change. Influenced by Brazilian theatre practitioner, Augusto Boal’s Newspaper Theatre technique, this workshop experiments with strategies for using oral testimonies to engage with and complicate our understanding of pressing social justice issues and histories.
Date/Time: June 30, 1:30-4pm
Registration: The workshop is free, but space is limited. Interested in attending? Please fill out this form and we will be in touch.
Ethan is ready to explore the night sky with our new Night Sky Estuary Explorer Backpack, courtesy of Columbia Land Conservancy.
Got a budding nature lover in your life? The Columbia Land Conservancy
(CLC) has put together Estuary Explorer Backpacks that can be checked out from our library with your library card! Each backpack kit is themed, and contains different materials that a young scientist might use for exploring nature. Themes include the night sky, hiking, birding, insects, and water. Stop by the main desk at the library or call 518-828-1792 to reserve an Estuary Explorer Backpack for your next adventure!
Auto-renewal of library materials and courtesy notices are going live on May 15! Two days before an item is due, we will attempt to renew the item for you. If you are signed up for email notices for your library account, you will receive a courtesy notice letting you know the new due date for any item that we are able to renew. If an item cannot be renewed (e.g. if there are additional holds on the item, or the item has reached the renewal limit), we will send you a courtesy notice by email, reminding you of the item’s due date. Phone calls will not be made for auto-renewals. If you would like to switch from phone call notices to email notices, please let staff know by visiting the main desk, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 518-828-1792 x100 to update your account.
From Ciancetti/Neefus Photo Collection in Hudson Area Library History Room
Hudson loves a parade and so do we! We’ll be closing at 1:30pm on Saturdays, June 8 and June 15, so that our library team members and patrons can enjoy the Hudson Flag Day Parade (6/8) and OutHudson Pride Parade (6/15). Both parades step off at 2pm from the 7th Street Park.
We are closed today (Monday) in observance of Memorial Day. In Hudson, Memorial Day ceremonies begin at 10:15am at the Seventh Street Park with the laying of the wreath at the Veterans Monument, followed by a march to the Columbia County Courthouse via Warren and 4th streets where services will be held.
We are closed Monday, February 18 for Presidents Day. We will be open again for regular hours on Tuesday. We hope you enjoy your day!
The Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly board meeting at 10am on Saturday, March 16 in the library’s Community Room. At approximately 11:15am, the Annual Meeting will be held. New Board members and a slate of officers will be offered and voted on. Other business will include passage of the 2019 budget and reports by Library Director Emily Chameides and Board President Miranda Barry. Everyone is invited to attend both meetings. Light refreshments will follow the meeting.
We will be closing at 5pm due to snow. Our Adult Spanish language classes are canceled for this evening. The Friends of Hudson Cemetery meeting originally scheduled for this evening has been rescheduled and will now be held on Monday, February 4 from 6-8pm.
Stay safe and warm today!