Program Description: We continue our 2019 Music in the Stacks, a series of free Sunday afternoon concerts hosted by Hudson area youth organization, with NorthWinds, a bassoon ensemble. They are facilitated by student members of the Hudson City School District’s Tri-M Music Honor Society led by instrumental music teacher and News Channel 13 Top Teacher, Scott Vorwald.
Date/Time: Sunday, September 8, 4-5:30pm
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Greene County Council on the Arts.
Ella Ghent & unicycle at Hudson’s Flag Day Parade 2019.
Program Description: The library in collaboration with Out Hudson is proud to present this special Story Time. Drag Queen Story Time is a family-friendly and inclusive event. Striving to celebrate differences, breaking down barriers and of course dressing up! There will also be a drag treasure chest with costumes for kids and complimentary cookies from Trixie’s Oven.
Program Description: The City of Hudson Senior Center and the library continue these popular art classes with local artist Gretchen Kelly. September features seasonal handpicked local botanicals in bud vases and bouquet arrangements, back to school still lifes with books, and picture references of animals. October’s themes include seasonal handpicked fall botanicals in arrangements with pumpkins and gourds, bats, ravens, skeletons, skulls, bugs and creepy creatures for Halloween. All materials will be provided.
Date/Time: Saturdays, September 21 & October 19, 2-4pm
Audience/Registration: All ages are welcome and adults are encouraged to bring children from their families; children must be accompanied by a grandparent, parent, teen or other adult. Interested persons should register ahead of time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 518-828-1792 x101, or visiting the main desk at the library. Continue reading →
Program Description: For the past two years, moms, dads and caregivers bring their tots (the program is for 0 – 5 years old) to the library each week for Movement & Music for Little Ones & Families with Abby Lappen for an hour of books, songs, exercise and community. Abby involves adults and children in play, rhythm and discovery.
Date/Time: Tuesdays, 10-11am.The fall series begins on Tuesday, September 10.
Registration: No registration necessary for this popular drop in program. For more information, email email@example.com, call 518.828.1792 x101, or visit the main desk in the library. Continue reading →
Program Description: Children’s library assistant Kathy Parchuk & Americorps worker Rajmina Chowdhury provide shared reading, arts & crafts, games, free play, homework help, and more for children during after school hours during the week. On Saturdays children’s library aide, Janice Scali, offers Drop-In Children’s Activities.
Date/Time: Monday – Friday, 3-5pm and Saturday 12 – 3pm
Audience: All ages of children and their families are welcome to join others in crafts, stories and more. No registration required.
Program Description: Join us in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing. We’ll present a special screening of the landing, space-themed snacks, and other fun activities! Open to all ages. This program is part of the library’s Summer Reading Program.
Date/Time: Friday, July 19, 2019, 10am-1pm in the library’s community room.
Two local organizations recently provided the library with additional tools to study the natural resources and ecology of Hudson.
Copies of Nature In The City, a 56-page report by the Hudson Conservation Advisory Council (CAC), are now available to pick up for free at the library and City Hall. The report was completed after four years of work, including hundreds of volunteer hours, and with two state grants. It provides a broad overview of natural and urban conditions within the city and establishes a baseline of information essential to ensuring the health and well-being of Hudson’s citizens, civic spaces and natural resources.
If you want to get up close and personal with Hudson’s natural resources, use your library card to check out one of the Estuary Explorer Backpacks provided by the Columbia Land Conservancy (CLC). Then, proceed on your expedition with all the tools you need to investigate the local ecosystem according to one of the following themes: night sky, hiking, birding, insects, or water. Continue reading →