Sounds of Summer for Youth of All Ages

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

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Drag Queen Story Time at the Library

Program Description:  The Link Project and OutHudson in collaboration with the library are hosting Merrie Cherry for Drag Queen Story Time. There will be a drag queen treasure chest of costumes for kids. Complimentary cookies provided by Trixie’s Oven. The first 15 families will receive a free copy of “I Am Jazz”, a story of a transgender child based on the real-life experience of Jazz Jennings.

Date/Time: Saturday, July 14, 11am – 12pm

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A Concert to Benefit the Library: American Songbook and Art Songs

Program Description: We invite you to a benefit concert in the library’s community room. American tenor Christopher Reames and pianist Martin Néron will present music for a mid-summer afternoon consisting of American songbook and art songs by Gershwin, Harold Arlen, Ginastera and others, with short solo piano selections as well.

Date/Time: Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 4-6pm

Pre-registration: Recommended, not required

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Hack The Library Open Registration

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. Participants will 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 youth@hudsonarealibrary.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

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Saturday Movie Matinee: Black Panther

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 youth@hudsonarealibrary.org or call 518-828-1792

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Careforce One : A Screening and Discussion

 

Program Description: Join Oral History Summer School for a screening and discussion of CareForce One, a film and project by multimedia artist, filmmaker, and activist Marisa Jahn amplifying voices of the country’s fastest growing workforce: caregivers. The film screening and conversation afterwards will offer a chance to think about the rights of domestic workers in our community, and explore how we can create a model of care work that moves towards partnership between caregivers and employers. Guests will be provided with free childcare and pupusas from Pupuseria de Maria! Presented by Oral History Summer School, with support from Hudson River Exchange and the Hudson Area Library. For more information, email sabine@oralhistorysummerschool.com.

Date: Saturday, June 23, 6-8pm

Suggested Audience: All Ages. Childcare provided.

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Nutrition for Runners Talk

Program Description: In preparation for the Ghostly Gallop 5K, our annual fundraising run/walk though Hudson, we are pleased to host this talk about nutrition and healthful living for runners. Join Nutritionist Aimee K. Hockett and elite distance runner Karen Bertasso (pictured) to learn about how best to fuel the body for performance. 

Date/Time: Sunday June 24, 10:30-11:30am; pre-event run at 9am.

Suggested Audience: Adults

Preregistration: Not required

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