The Computer Help for Seniors session is cancelled for Monday, April 10 due to school vacations. Our VolunTeens will be available once again on 4/17, at 4 pm – 5 pm in the Teen Space. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Author: Maureen Meltzer-McGrath
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Computer Help for Seniors is cancelled for today, March 27tth. It will return next Monday at 4 pm. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Messy Art Club for grades K – 2 is cancelled for Monday, January 23rd due to the inclement weather. This 8-week series will begin on Monday, January 30th at 4 pm. Space is still available in this program. Please visit our calendar for more information and to register.
Registration for the Winter Programs for children and teens opens on Wednesday, January 4th. Teens: Programs will start the week of January 23rd and run through March 18th. Please sign up on the online calendar. For questions or more information, please contact email@example.com Children: Programs start January 18th and run through March 18th. Sign up in the calendar or visit our Children’s Programs Portal to view the entire schedule.
Stop by the Library throughout September to get a Library card and new card applicants will be entered into a raffle to win a basket of books! There are baskets for adults, teens, big kids and little kids because everyone can get a library card with proof of address. With your card, you can borrow books, movies, video games, audio books, museum passes and more!
The winter program session begins on January 16, and you can register now for teen programs! We are offering a variety of programs, from Minecraft Monday to Blogging to DIY club. See the full list of programs and information on signing up at www.pawlinglibrary.org/teenprograms/ Photo courtesy of CSG Dog Snow Gear We also have several different volunteer opportunities. Become a Library Legion and help staff with library procedures, be a Book Buddy and work with our new, struggling, and reluctant elementary aged readers, or come to Project Do Something on Friday Nights to do small community service projects. See more information on volunteering at www.pawlinglibrary.org/community-service/
The Pawling Library’s Oceans of Possibilities Summer Reading Challenge begins on Monday, June 20th! Register online and count the time you spend reading all summer! Earn badges, free books and other prizes like baseball tickets! Help us reach our community goal of 20,000 minutes and we’ll have an ice cream party to celebrate! Plus, the Library will earn a Nintendo Switch to use during Library programs! Open to kids of all ages, teens, and adults! Register here to track online or pick up a paper log from our front desk. June 20th is also the day to sign up for all our summer programs! Please visit our online calendar, Teen Programs and Events page, or our Children’s Program page for all the details and to register. Join us on 6/20 at 3:30 pm for a special Oceans of Possibilities Magic Show with Jim Vargias for kids from kindergarten thru 8th grade. This program is in partnership with Pawling Recreation and will be held at the Lakeside Park auditorium. Register here.
Thank you to all those who have sent in their applications to be a Summer Volunteer. We will be in touch shortly to let you know the next steps. Meanwhile, we still need a few more volunteers for the Help Young Writers program. Please contact Maureen McGrath at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Help Young Writers: This opportunity is to help younger children to write, make, and publish their own books. This program is funded in part through Dutchess County and OCFS. The Summer Volunteer application is now open for those age 11 & up. Please use this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I74wjhLbcZrrdaRlJ6YH3QsdRnqn_kJv8MK5jgnIYpY/edit?usp=sharing
We are looking for a volunteers to dress as Piggie & Gerald, or to be their guide for a special program on June 11th, beginning at 10 am. Dressed as the beloved Mo Willems characters, you will encourage the children with questions and help with the planned activity. To sign up or for more information, please contact Neena McBaer, Children’s Program Coordinator: email@example.com
05/20/2022, 5:30 PM Preteens & teens are invited to test their castle building and defense skills at this Nerf battle. We’ll build castles out of boxes to defend our “kings” from attack by the other kingdom. First kingdom to capture the opponent’s king is declared the winner. The Library will supply the boxes to build the castles and an assortment of Nerf weapon. Participants are welcome to bring their own Nerf toys. To be in the Library Annex or courtyard. Registration is required. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/king-of-the-castle-nerf-battle-registration-306003684257