Know the 10 Signs:Early Detection Matters

Monday, June 5
2:00-3:00 pm

This program provides information about memory loss versus normal aging. Also learn about risk factors, the 10 warning signs of ALZ & resources to help.

This program is being provided by the Alzheimer’s Association.

Registration is required.
To register please contact the Pawling Library at 845-855-3444.

NO-Knit Neurons: Fiber Arts Workshop

Presented by Jackie Muller
Wednesday, May 31 / 7:00-8:30 pm

RESCHEDULED:
Wednesday, August 16, from 7:00-8:30 pm

Did you know that the way your brain is wired determines how you cope with stress and external pressures?

Did you know that being under stress too often and for too long can cause health related problems?

Want to learn how to control the way you feel through knitting neurons?

For the purpose of the workshop and time constraints we will complete a no-knit neuron while we learn the wonderful and amazing way of how our brain works. We may not be able to control the thoughts, but we can guide the way we think through fiber arts.

Registration is required.
To register please contact the Pawling Library at 845-855-3444.

Calling All Summer Interns

2017 Summer InternsThe library’s new children’s program coordinator, Miss Neena, is busy planning programs for this summer. In order to make this summer a success, she is going to need help from some of our teen and tween library users.

If you are between the ages of 12 and 18, you are welcome to apply to our summer internship program. Interns help out during the summer to make sure that everyone who participates in summer reading and activities has a wonderful and successful experience.

If you are interested in becoming a summer intern, please fill out an internship application. You can download it here. Please bring completed applications to the library by Tuesday June 13th.

If you have questions, you can email Neena at children@pawlinglibrary.org

Library closed 5/28 – 5/29

The Pawling Library will be closed Sunday 5/28 and 5/29 in observance of Memorial Day. We will open again at our normal time on Tuesday 5/30 at 10 AM.

PoppiesFor more information about Memorial Day, visit the History Channel’s website:

http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/memorial-day-history

 

For more information about observances in the Harlem Valley area, visit the Poughkeepsie Journal’s website:

http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/story/news/local/2016/05/24/memorial-day-community-observances/84866398/

Ezra Jack Keats Foundation Mini-Grant

Pawling LogoThe Pawling Library received a mini-grant from the Ezra Jackson Keats Foundation, an organization which supports literacy and creative expression in children.  Out of hundreds of applicants, 64 teachers and librarians across the country, including Kate, our Young Adult Program Coordinator, were awarded a mini-grant to fund a unique and creative program for students this year.

With the grant, the library is able to offer a Teen Zine Publishing program this summer. Teens will learn about the history of zines and self-publishing, and will create their own zine containing original art and creative writing. By the end of the summer they will have a finished product to bring home and to distribute to the community.

 

Eating Healthy on a Budget

with Eat Smart Nutrition educator Bintou Hinds

Tuesday, May 23  / 7:00-8:00 pm

In this workshop, we will discuss the 3 steps to healthy eating on a budget, and how to plan meals and snacks ahead of time to save you money.

Try a sample of a new recipe.

Make Healthy Eating Part of Your Total Lifestyle!

Registration is required.
To register please contact the Pawling Library at 845-855-3444.

Wild Green Hair Air Plant Planters: A Sculpting Workshop

NOTE: This program has been rescheduled.
New Dates: Sculpting: Friday, May 12th and Painting: Friday, May 19th

Make a wild planter for an equally wild air plant.

Join us and let your imaginations soar!

For children and adults, age 6 and up.

Registration and parental supervision is required.

To register please call the Pawling Library at 845-855-3444.

Project Do Something takes a Recess

With the end of the school year approaching, Project Do Something, a program in which teens do small but impactful projects to benefit the community, will be taking a brief recess so that students can focus on end of the year exams. Project Do Something will begin meeting again this summer.

Don’t worry, though. There are still volunteer opportunities for teens in 7th grade and up at the Pawling Library. Contact Kate about becoming a Library Legion and volunteering at the library on your own schedule.

We are also seeking teen volunteers for our annual Book Sale. Volunteers are needed Wednesday, May 10 thru Wednesday, May 17. Contact Kate for more information or to sign up as a volunteer.