Program Description: In partnership with the City of Hudson Senior Center and the City of Hudson Youth Department we are happy to announce another seasonal inter-generational cooking class with local chef and educator Nicole Lobue. This class will give the tween, teen and senior attendees an opportunity to interact as a community of learners and tasters of delicious food. We are even more thrilled to offer this program at Alimentary Kitchen, Lobue’s commercial kitchen at Basilica Hudson. Transportation will be provided to and from the library courtesy of the City of Hudson Youth Department.
Date/Time: Monday, August 27, 12:30-3:30pm at Alimentary Kitchen (Basilica Hudson, 110 S Front St. Hudson, New York)
Suggested Audience: Tweens, Teens and Seniors
Pre-registration: Required. Please email email@example.com or call 518-828-1792 or stop by the front desk of the library
Program Description: The City of Hudson Senior Center, in collaboration with Hudson Area Library, is offering a new yoga class twice weekly, starting Monday, August 6 and Wednesday August 8, 9 – 9:45am with a suggested donation of $2. Gentle AM YOGA Stretch is geared to seniors with gentle stretching according to ability and attention to problem areas. The instructor, Susan Schultz, has taught Hatha, Flow & Stretch Yoga for over twenty years. Just think, one could get all loosened up and ready for the ever popular Aerobics class offered also at the Senior Center at 10am. Flexibility, strength and aerobic exercise all covered in one morning!
Target Audience: Seniors
Pre-Registration: To sign up: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 518.828.3200 MWF between 12 and 3pm. or stop by the Senior Center at 51 N. 5th Street in Hudson.
We were very pleased to host this year’s Hack The Library for an extended session of two days to a full week. This allowed us to split the participants in two groups: one for tweens + teens new to our hack program and an advanced workshop for returning HACK participants.
The advanced participants were given the full week to research in the library’s History Room with volunteer John Craig, write, shoot, score and edit their own short films around the History of 5th Street. They worked under the guidance of filmmakers Zia Anger and Theo Anthony. We are excited to present their video below
Program Description: Sounds of Summer, our youth summer reading program, focuses on music, sound and books and activities on those topics. Summer Reading helps to build literacy skills while also maintaining a positive attitude towards reading and learning during summer vacation.
Date/Time: Monday – Friday, July 9 – August 10, 10am – 12pm
As part of our Summer Reading Program the Hudson Area Library Tween Advisory Council is pleased to present “DIBS” or Do It Better Series. A series of free workshops throughout the summer. Each workshop pairs participants with an expert in a particular field to help define, refine and explore in a judgement free zone. This program is open to ALL LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE. Space is limited for these workshops! Register today by email: email@example.com or call: 518-828-1792.
HERE COMES TREBLE
Wednesday, August 15, 12-3pm
A music free for all! Bring your instrument or grab one in the workshop!
Program Description: The book group will discuss 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by Charles C. Mann. The New York Times Book Review stated of 1491: “Marvelous. . . . A sweeping portrait of human life in the Americas before the arrival of Columbus. . . . A remarkably engaging writer.”
Program Description: We are happy to announce the third year of the library’s Hack The Library program. Hack the Library is a week long digital art workshop series. Participantswill learn how to create music, gifs, video and using open source or free software and smartphones all while collaborating with digital arts professionals currently working in the field. Instructors include filmmakers Zia Anger and Theo Anthony, NYC-based music non-profit Sonic Arts for All, musician Angelina Dreem, photographer Emma McCann and musician Peter McPartland. Space is limited please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-828-1792 or stop by the circulation desk to register today!
Date/ Time: Monday, July 9 through Friday, July 13 from 10-3pm
Suggested Audience: tween and teens aged 8 – 17 years old
Hudson Area Library’s Tween Advisory Council presents a free screening of Marvel’s Black Panther (2018) on Saturday, June 23 at 4pm in the Senior Center as part of a Beginning of Summer Celebration hosted by the Council.This movie is free and open to tweens and teens and families. As usual for our matinees there will be raffle prizes and free popcorn. For more information: please email email@example.com or call 518-828-1792