Programs

Virtual Family Cooking Classes and Free Fresh Food Meal Kits (Thursdays, May 23 – June 13)

Join the Sylvia Center for a four-week virtual cooking program geared towards families with children ages 18 and younger. During each hour-long class, a Chef Educator guides participants through a seasonal vegetarian recipe. Each family can opt-in to pick up weekly free fresh food meal kits that feed 4-6 and include all ingredients needed, save […]

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What Makes an Archive LGBTQ+? The Case of Poet-Activist Muriel Rukeyser (Wednesday, June 12)

Determining whether a literary archive and its contents ought to be labeled as “LGBTQ+” is not a straightforward matter, even if the author self-identified or was perceived as a member of a sexual or gender minority. Local scholar and author Eric Keenaghan will lead a discussion about this matter, as considered through the lens of

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Bilingual Storytime / Hora de cuentos bilingüe (Wednesdays 4/3 – 5/29 / miercoles 4/3 – 5/29)

Join Señora Sonia for a special series of bilingual storytimes, presented in Spanish and English, which will include craft activities. Únase a la Señora Sonia para una serie especial de cuentos bilingües, presentados en español e inglés, que incluirán actividades artesanales.  Date/Time: Wednesdays, April 3 – May 29, 4 – 5pm In person, Hudson Area

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Movement & Music Storytime (Thursdays at 4pm)

Celebrate spring 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 June 27, 4 – 5pm (except for Thursday, May 2) Location: In person, Hudson Area Library Community Room Registration: Registration is appreciated, but not required. Email youth@hudsonarealibrary.org or call 518-828-1792 x101.

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Community Care Clinic (Saturday, June 8)

Join Monarda Community Care for a free drop-in care clinic, which will include ear acupuncture, ear seeds, acupressure, a wide variety of free herbal medicines, Narcan, Fentanyl test strips, zines, and more. Participants receiving acupuncture treatment immediately experience a deep sense of calm, reduced cravings, relief from stress, emotional trauma and chronic pain. Using the

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