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After-School Snack and Craft: DIY Terracotta Pottery (Wednesday, November 30)

During this casual craft program for students in grades 6 – 12, we will enjoy some light snacks while learning how to make clay pots, cups, and more. All snacks and craft supplies provided. Date/Time: Wednesday, November 30, 3:30 – 5pm Location: In person, Hudson Area Library Teen Room Registration: No registration required. While supplies …

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Bound By Books Youth Radio Show

Our youth radio crew records their weekly Bound By Books radio show remotely on Tuesday afternoons. Tune in Friday evenings and Sunday mornings to hear tweens and teens, along with our library director Emily Chameides discuss books they love, books they’re currently reading, and other tween and teen media and literary topics. Bound By Books …

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College Information Sessions (Mondays, December 5, January 9, and January 30)

Join Matthew Green, Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management at Columbia-Greene Community College, for a series of free information sessions recommended for high school students as well as any adults interested in the college application process. These sessions will cover various topics, including Understanding a College Degree, Campus Resources, Financial Literacy, and College Terminology. Date/Time: Mondays, …

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After-School Snack & Craft: Winter Slime (Wednesday, December 14)

During this casual craft program for students in grades 6 – 12, we will enjoy some light snacks while learning how to make winter-themed slime. All snacks and craft supplies provided. Date/Time: Wednesday, December 14, 3:30 – 5pm Location: In person, Hudson Area Library Teen Room Registration: No registration required. While supplies last!

Virtual Family Cooking Classes and Free Fresh Food Meal Kits (Thursdays, October 13 – November 17)

Join the Sylvia Center for a six-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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The Great Give Back: Winter Coat Drive

The Great Give Back is an annual community service initiative to provide opportunities for library patrons in New York State to participate in service-oriented experiences. As part of this year’s Great Give Back, the Columbia County Libraries Association is collecting coats and winter outerwear (hats, mittens, scarves) to donate to local charities, such as the …

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After-School Snack and Craft: DIY Spooky Lanterns (Wednesday, October 19)

Enjoy an after-school snack while learning how to make your own spooky lanterns during this casual craft program for students in grades 6-12. All snacks and craft supplies provided. Date/Time: Wednesday, October 19, 3:30 – 5pm Location: In person, Hudson Area Library Teen Room Registration: No registration required.

Masters of Shape: The Lives and Art of American Women Sculptors (Wednesday, September 28)

This inspiring presentation, based on the beautifully illustrated book by Maria Ausherman, chronicles the lives of pioneering women sculptors who dared to express their truths about inequality and injustice and overcame obstacles of gender and race in the last hundred and fifty years. The works that these talented artists cast, carved, and molded mirror both …

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