Our History Room Committee and the Friends of the Hudson Area Library will be partnering for the second time on a book sale in the Community Room on Saturday, March 24, 10am-2pm. This is a rare opportunity to purchase very unique books on local history as well as new and gently used books on a variety of subjects including art books as well as CDs and DVDs. Continue reading
The Library and Friends of the Hudson Area Library accept donations of books and other media that meet the following standards:
Books: Hardcover and paperback, fiction and nonfiction, in good/clean condition (not dusty, mildewed, water damaged or torn). We cannot accept donations of reference books, textbooks, journals, magazines or newspapers.
DVDs: Movies and television series in good, playable condition. We do not accept VHS tapes.
CDs: Music CDs and Books on CD in good, playable condition. We do not accept cassette tapes or Books on Tape.
Thursday, November 30, 3-7pm and Friday, December 1, 3-7pm
Just in time for the holiday season, the library’s History Room and the Friends of the Hudson Area Library will be partnering on a book sale in the community room. All books in the History Room collection have been vetted, organized and cataloged and duplicates and local history books outside of the purview of the History Room have been set aside for this sale. There are many books that are unique and valuable in this one time sale. All proceeds from the History Room sale will benefit the work and collection of the History Room.
The Friends of the Hudson Area Library will also be having their first book sale in the new library space. Books have been set aside for this purpose for the last year and a half. There are many current books, art books, and all books are in good condition. All proceeds from the Friends portion of the sale will benefit the Friends, who support library collections and programming.
There will also be homemade backed goods for sale during this event. So come out and support the library, get that unique book for someone on your shopping list, and enjoy a baked good!
Thanks to all who braved the 17 degree weather to join us at Cafe Le Perche for WHALE HO! last Thursday. It was a standing room only crowd! The grog was a nice bit of liquid warmth and the talk, led by whaling expert Carlo DeVito, was informative and lively. Although most of the conversation was based on the book The Wreck of the Whaleship Essex, DeVito included additional information specifically about Hudson – since it was such a whaling center in the mid-eighteen hundreds.
Book sales were brisk, but if you missed getting a copy, Kelley Drahushuk, owner of Spotty Dog Books and Ale, just sent us this e-mail:
If anyone wants a copy of this beautiful book, stop by the Spotty Dog in the next week or so – I have signed copies and am happy to support the library with your purchase. I had a great time. And the grog was indeed delicious.
Thanks to Cafe Le Perche for providing us with this warm and comfortable venue and for the delicious food. Thanks to the volunteers and, of course, all of you supporters!
Summer may be winding down, but the Hudson Farmers Market on Columbia and 6th Street remains in full swing with fresh, local produce and the Friends Cook Book Sale will be there once again! Great books celebrating the area’s bounties of the season, on a wide range of topics, will be offered for sale Saturday, August 29 from 9:30am-1pm. Discover mouth-watering recipes, for everything from appetizers to grilling to entertaining, all at great prices!
The warmer weather, fresh produce, and the Friends of the Hudson Area Library’s annual Colossal Cookbook Sale bring the opportunity to spice up your summer with fresh and fun recipes. Whether you’re looking to improve your skills, for fresh ideas for your picnic basket this season, or new recipes to entertain with, this sale is the place to get started! Foodies will delight in browsing the hundreds of cookbooks for sale on Friday, June 19 from 1 to 4pm and Saturday, June 20 from 10am to 2pm in the Book Sale Room at the Hudson Area Library, 400 State Street, Hudson.
The Friends Book Sale Room is only open for one more day this year on Saturday, from 10am til 1pm, so stop in for holiday gifts that will bring the joy of reading to everyone on your list, at a price to fit your budget!
Our Book Sale Room elves have been busy replenishing the shelves of the already wide assortment of new and gently used books, all carefully chosen, sorted and displayed for easy browsing. Hundreds of specialty and newly released books in a multitude of categories, including a wide range of unique vintage and collectable books will also be offered. There are over forty categories to choose from, including art, fiction, mystery, cooking, travel, poetry, classics, and literature, gardening, humor, biographies and non-fiction, as well as our special section of children’s books for every reading level. Hardcovers, paperbacks and coffee table books are all priced to sell to make room for new inventory in 2015.
The holiday shopping season is upon us again and the elves have been busy stocking the bookshelves in the Book Sale Room at the Hudson Area Library for the annual Holiday Book Sale.
The Friends of the Hudson Area Library invite you to their special Holiday Sale, held each Saturday through December 13 from 10am-1pm. This Holiday Sale is the perfect opportunity to give generous gifts that will bring the joy of reading to everyone on your list, at a price to fit your budget.