- WEEKDAYS10am – 5pm
- SATURDAY10am – 1pm
- SUNDAY12pm – 3pm
The Library to close at 2 p.m.
11/26 due to weather.
We will be closed for Thanksgiving
11/27 and 11/28
Story Hour is Back!
Children ages 2 and up are invited to join us for stories, games, songs and a craft. No registration required.
Starting December 11: Thursdays 10:00-10:45 a.m.
Evening at the Library
How One Woman Saved Her Family from Nazi Germany
Wednesday, December 10, 5-7 p.m.
Charlotte Bonelli, author of Exit Berlin, tells the true story of Luzie Hatch and her quest to save her family from Hitler’s forces. Luzie, a German Jew, fled Berlin to resettle in New York after Kristallnacht in 1938. Once in the U.S. she began to help relatives and friends escape Nazi Germany.
Luzie saved the letters from German relatives making desperate requests for help, and she kept copies of her own correspondence. Ms. Bonelli has transformed this rich trove of letters, now housed at the American Jewish Committee Archives, into a riveting narrative.
Talks on Aging and Aging Well
First and Third Thursday of the month, 10:30 a.m. – 12 noon
Last year’s luncheon workshops for seniors were such a huge success that we simply had to continue the series. Once again, experts in their field will lead the discussion.
For a complete schedule of Gray Power luncheon events, please pick up a brochure at the Library.
December 4: Long Term Care Insurance 101 with Mike FitzPatrick. In the constantly changing health care environment it is difficult to decide which kind of long term care insurance is best for you and your family. With a lifetime of experience in the field, Mike is uniquely qualified to offer valuable insights into how to make a solid insurance plan.
December 18: Scandinavian Holiday Traditions with Lotte Newlin. As you may know, your local librarian loves a good party — and nothing better than a traditional holiday feast. Come and enjoy music, stories, crafts and, of course, delicious Scandinavian treats!
Sundays, 4:00 p.m.
Recognizing the growing importance of science, technology, engineering, and math, the Library is introducing a monthly Sunday afternoon family-oriented program. Children and their parents are invited to join us for a series of hands-on activities designed to explore the sciences in a fun, informal environment. We can’t wait to try out the Floating Egg Experiment or the Volcano in a Bottle exercise.
Next Program: Sunday, November 30, 4:00 P.M.. Edible science experiments – Which kind of chocolate melts faster? Will the orange float? How do you tell a cooked egg from raw? Join us and find out! Registration required, please.
iPad/iPhone Classes with Caitlin Trought
Two Wednesdays in December: 12/10 – iPad and 12/17 – iPhone, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Note: New day of the week: Wednesday
Join the Library’s i-expert to learn about iPad/iPhone basics, updating software, managing photos, acquiring the best new apps, and much more.
$10 suggested donation per session or 4 sessions for $30. Registration required, please.