programs

Mid-Hudson Battle of the Books

Program Description: This summer, students entering grades 4-8 (middle grade) and 8-12 (high school) are invited to join our Battle of the Books teams! Together, we will read a small selection books, practice our trivia skills with regular meetings (in-person and virtual options available), and compete in a quiz show style “battle” against other area library …

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An Introduction to Small Scale Food and Yard Waste Composting

Program Description: Join Zero Waste Columbia for “An Introduction to Small Scale Food and Yard Waste Composting.” Jean Bonhotal, Cornell Waste Management, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences will join us as a guest speaker. Date/Time: Thursday, May 6, 6:30pm Registration: Click here to access the meeting (passcode, if needed, is ZeroWaste). This program is co-sponsored …

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Estate Planning

Program Description: Join Lorraine Coyle of Coyle & Associates LLP to learn about estate planning. This presentation will cover topics such as wills, trusts, power of attorney, health care proxies, and Medicaid planning to protect assets should one need nursing home care. Date/Time: Monday, April 19, 6-7:30pm Registration: Please email director@roejanlibrary.org for Zoom link This …

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The Hudson Area Library Children’s Room Presents “The Kids First Initiative”

Starting this September, Hudson Area Library will host a brand new set of children’s programs for kids of all ages called The Kids First Initiative. The Initiative aims to help foster positive outcomes and support academic achievement for the children of our community through new educational programming. Here are the new programs which will be …

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