programs

Book Signing with Jared Reinmuth, co-author of Big Black: Stand at Attica

Program Description: To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Attica Prison Rebellion of 1971, Big Black: Stand at Attica co-author, Jared Reinmuth, will visit the Hudson Area Library for an author talk and book signing. Big Black: Stand at Attica is an Eisner nominated graphic novel memoir from Frank “Big Black” Smith, a prisoner at Attica State Prison …

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Pollinator Patch & Art Walk at Greenport Conservation Area

Program Description: Join Columbia Land Conservancy staff for a walk around their newly created Pollinator Patch and Art installation at Greenport Conservation Area. We will discuss the types of flowers in the pollinator patch as well as how you at home can add plants to help out declining pollinator populations. We will then take a walk down to the “Step into Stillness” …

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Canceled! Outdoor Film Screening: Moana at Waterfront Wednesdays

Update: Unfortunately, due to the chance of thunderstorms this evening, we have decided to cancel tonight’s outdoor screening of Disney’s Moana. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding. Program Description: Bring a picnic blanket or some lawn chairs and join us at Waterfront Wednesdays for an outdoor screening of Disney’s Moana. Waterfront …

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Wild Harvest: Foraging at Oakdale Lake

Program Description: Join herbalist and author, Dina Falconi, on a walk to explore the plants of Oakdale Lake. Learn to identify these plants using basic sensory skills and discover how they are used for food, medicine and pleasure. This walk will include practical information on harvest and preparation. Please bring a notepad, camera, and water bottle. …

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Bee a Pollinator Pal!

Program Description: Pollinators are animals that help flowering plants produce seeds. With staff from the Columbia Land Conservancy, we will explore which pollinators live on the library grounds, using nets and hand lenses. We will learn about why pollinators are in decline and plant a seed to take home to help them. Date/Time: Thursday, July 29, …

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