Understanding the Language of the Brain in order to Heal the Body

Tuesday, March 27 / 7:00-8:00 pm Your brain is in charge of the body. It sends signals when healing is needed. Unless you understand the language used by your brain you might miss the signals. When this happens an imbalance takes place and illness occurs. Please join us for this informative presentation and learn how to interpret the brains extraordinary alert system; your key to health and wellness. Our brain knows the answers; our mind just needs a little guidance. About our presenter: Dr. Nancy Iankowitz is a board certified family nurse practitioner, director of Holistic and Integrative Healing LLC, and host of ‘Marcy’s World’ on WPWL 103.7 Pawling Public Radio – a community service offered to help parents communicate effectively with their children, and an ongoing effort to build community wellness by building a wellness community. She is the author of several books, contributes to the ‘Health and Wellness’ section of The Pawling Record, edits peer reviewed nursing journals and texts, offers “Healing Through Journaling” workshops, and enjoys teaching nursing students at both the...

Register for teen programs!

Spring is here! (Well, sort of). The Spring Program Session for teens will run from April 9 – June 9, and you can start signing up now! Find a full list of programs at pawlinglibrary.org/teenprograms Register at the library, by calling 855-3444, or by contacting Kate at teen@pawlinglibrary.org. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Estate Planning: How to Protect Your Parents and Yourself

Tuesday, March 20 / 7:00-8:00 pm Without proper planning, your Estate or your parent’s Estate may be settled in ways you never intended. Take this opportunity to educate yourself on your options. Join us to get real answers on how to assure your Estate is properly protected. About our presenter: Michael Martin has been preparing and litigating Estate plans for over 20 years. He received his J. D. from Pace Law School and was admitted to the New York and Connecticut State Bars in 1995. He has served as the Village Court Justice in the Village of Fishkill since 2002. Registration is required. To register please call the Pawling Library at 845-855-3444.

Submit your artwork to Front Street Gallery

The Pawling Library & Front Street Gallery Present A New Chapter: Group Art Show Alexander Graham Bell said, “When one door closes another door opens.” Opportunities abound and what many fail to realize is that we make our own opportunities. We are not required to follow a preordained map. Our story can go in any direction. The unfolding is unending, as our soul searches for what brings us the greatest joy: the fulfillment of experiencing who we truly are. In the journey there is freedom to explore, and always a desire for more. One chapter ends and a new chapter begins.   Important Dates Mar. 26: Deadline–submissions must be emailed or received by 12:00 am. Mar 31: Notification of accepted work sent to artists. April. 13-15: Delivery of accepted work to gallery. April 28: Opening Reception at Front Street Gallery, 10:00 am-2:00 pm. See here for details: https://www.pawlingfreelibrary.org/adults/adultprograms/ We look forward to seeing you at the show!

Tie Dye Party

Saturday, March 10 from 4:00-5:00 PM, teens can come make their own tie dye clothing! Bring in your own white or light colored cotton garments to dye. The library will supply the dye and provide tips and tricks to making your items like, totally awesome. This event is open to teens ages 10-18. Register at the Pawling Library, by calling 855-3444, or by emailing Kate at teen@pawlinglibrary.org

Your Library, Your Voice

The Pawling Library belongs to the Pawling community, and we need your help figuring out how you use the library now and how you would like to use the library in the future. If there are services or materials you would like us to introduce or change we want to hear from you. We are looking for your views on the library at present and your great idea for what we can do next. Please take our brief Survey of Community Needs. It will help us improve our library services in the future. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! The survey can be access at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/thepawlinglibrary3 or tinyurl.com/pawlingsurvey 

Dudes and Kids Day- Let’s Make Reading Fun!

Saturday, 3/10 5:30-6:30 pm – Ms. Neena, Main Library Caregivers and children ages 4-8 are invited to participate in a series of challenges together, all of which aim to boost their reading skills. Have fun together completing tasks and competing, either against each other or together to reach the highest score! Whether just learning letters or reading whole books, this evening will provide families with fun, easy to reproduce tools that they can use at home to keep reading skills sharp! Drop ins welcome–registration preferred. Please contact Neena at 845-855-3444 or children@pawlinglibrary.org for more information or to reserve a space.

What it Takes to Get into College Today

with Stephanie Mauro Wednesday, February 28 7:00-8:00 pm In this seminar you will learn: *A time-line for success—where you should start in the college planning process. *How important are SAT & ACT tests and how do colleges value them. *What the more selective colleges really want to see in your student’s application. *The financial aid systems and how they work. *How to maximize your student’s potential to receive scholarships, grants, and forms of merit-aid. *How it’s possible to attend a Private College for a Public College Price. Plus much, much more… Registration is required. To register please call the Pawling Library at 845-855-3444.

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine: Health for Life

Tuesday, February 27 7:00-8:00 pm Traditional Chinese Medicine is built on a foundation of more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice that includes various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage (tui na), exercise (qigong), and dietary therapy. In this lecture, Dr. Kenneth Hoffman, will de-mystify the oldest medical system in the world and explain how you can restore health naturally and successfully. He’ll describe the different diagnosis methods such as tongue, pulse and palpation as well as the use of all the tools of Chinese medicine including acupuncture, massage, and herbal medicine. Using modern technology and research, it proves to be a powerful system for restoring health and keeping you healthy and disease-free. He will also share acupressure points that can help relieve day-to-day symptoms of some common ailments. Registration is required. To register please call the Pawling Library at 845-855-3444.

Tax forms

We have received our first shipment of Federal Tax forms. All the forms we have are available for pickup. They are located on the shelf next to the public photocopier. The initial shipment included the 1040 form, 1040 instruction book, and 1040EZ form.