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Movement & Music Storytime (Thursdays at 4pm)

Celebrate summer with songs, stories, and fun moves led by local musician, Abby Lappen, as we continue this joyful storytime. All are welcome! Date/Time: Thursdays, through August 22, 4 – 5pm (except for Thursday, June 20, and Thursday, July 4) Location: In person, Hudson Area Library Community Room Registration: Registration is appreciated, but not required. Email youth@hudsonarealibrary.org or call

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Who’s Behind Black Art: A Screening and Talk with Writer/Director John Campbell (Saturday, June 29)

Join Director, Writer and Producer John Campbell as he explores the lives of five young Black emerging artists from Good Black Art in this first-look screening and discussion of the new docu-series, Who’s Behind Black Art. Interviews with each artist against a backdrop of their work will illuminate their family history, community, influences, mentors, education, support

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2024 Summer Reading Program: Giveaways, Raffles, and Special Events! (July 9 – August 24)

Summer Reading is a national celebration of books and readers that goes on all summer long. This year’s theme is “Adventure Begins at Your Library” and we’ve got a ton of free events, giveaways, and activities planned for readers of all ages, including: Giveaway Backpacks, packed full of free art supplies, crafts, books, and more.

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BLACC Exhibition: A Dialogue Across Generations: Making Connections through the BLACC Collection

Delve into the cultural, familial, economic, social, and religious history of Black people in the county through our exhibition of the 1980s Black Legacy Association of Columbia County (BLACC) Oral History Project collection. Curated by Tanya Jackson, founder of the annual Columbia County Juneteenth archival exhibit and celebration, Who We Be!, this exhibition is an

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