Virtual Adult Spanish Classes: Fall Session! (Tuesdays, starting September 27)

Learn to express yourself in real life situations and develop Spanish language skills for work, travel, or just for fun! Lessons include grammar and vocabulary as well as an introduction to arts and culture from different countries. This free program emphasizes conversational Spanish skills in fun and friendly classes for both “Complete Beginners” and “Advanced/Intermediate” …

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More Ebooks Available!

The Mid-Hudson Library System has partnered with our neighbors to the north, Upper Hudson Library System (UHLS), to share our ebook and e-audiobook collections on Libby and Overdrive. This means you have even greater access to ebooks and e-audiobooks, which you can borrow from the comfort of your home or on the road! To access …

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September Early Literacy Giveaway: Tortillas are Round

This fall, we are distributing special giveaways for children ages birth to five and their caregivers. This month’s giveaway celebrates shapes with a bilingual (English/Spanish) storybook and a fun paper tangram activity, which also includes instructions in both English and Spanish. Date/Time: Pick up begins Thursday, September 1 Location: In person, Hudson Area Library Main Desk …

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HAL Book Group (Wednesday, September 28)

The Hudson Area Library Book Group, which reads a mixture of fiction and nonfiction, will read The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles for this month’s meeting and discussion. Date/Time: Wednesday, September 28, 5 – 6pm Location: In person, Hudson Area Library History Room Registration: To participate in the book group discussion, email programs@hudsonarealibrary.org or call 518-828-1792 x101. …

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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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