Board of Trustees Annual Meeting

On Wednesday March 9th, the Board of Trustees held its Annual Meeting.

One highlight was the presentation of the “President’s Report for 2010” by Hudson Area Library President Theresa Parsons. The report looked back at the achievements of 2010 and to the future plans and goals for this year. The complete text is continued below.

Library Director Corey Fleming also presented excerpts from the “Annual Report for Public and Association Libraries”.

He noted that during 2010 the library began to offer downloads of electronic books and and audio books for the first time. The number of library sponsored program sessions increased by 14% to 374 compared to 2009. Attendance at these programs grew by 11% to 4,505. The Summer Reading program grew very well to 210 attendees, a 33% increase compared to 2009. The Library continued to host programs for English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) with sessions growing by 13% to 480 compared to 2009 with total attendance grwoing by 4% to 4,472. Internet use at the library’s computers boomed to 11,191, a 33% increase over 2009. Overall visits to the library grew by 7% to 65,324 again compared to 2009. Continue reading

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Welcome to the New Website

After several months of work by library staff, Board members, and volunteers, the new website is up and running.

Please look around.

All of the old features of the earlier website are here and many new ones added. A key feature of this new site is that we will be able to make changes to the site very readily. This means that the website will be up to date and filled with current information about what is going on at the Library.

Watch this space on the Home page of the website for future announcements of how you can become involved in writing about and photographing library events and programs for inclusion on the website.

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2010 Summer Reading Program Comes to an End

Children from the Hudson Area Library Summer Reading Program

Marlene Parmentier (center) and Director Corey Fleming (right) with the participants of the Summer Reading Program

This year’s Summer Reading Program at the Hudson Area Library came to a end last week.  We would like to thank all of the participants and guest readers that made this year summer reading program great.

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Programs

Library programs are free to the public.

The library offers programs for all ages. Go to individual pages for  brief descriptions of our current offerings. Check our All Program News and the calendar for more program announcements. Contact the Library or our partner organizations listed below for more details.


Program Listings – Current Announcements and Ongoing Programs

All Program News

Children’s Programs

Summer Reading Program

Young Adult Programs

Adult Programs

History Room Programs

Adult Literacy Partner Programs


Archive of Previous Programs

– listings in chronological order of posting – pages open in a new window/tab

All Programs Archive

Children’s Programs Archive

Summer Reading Program Archive

Young Adult Programs Archive

Adult Programs Archive

History Room Programs Archive

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