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Event Series Computer Help for Seniors

Computer Help for Seniors

Pawling Library 11 Broad St, Pawling

        Members of the Pawling Library’s VounTeens group will be available to help senior citizens with computer-related questions and problems at this weekly session. Please bring your device and/or library card and a volunteer will work one-on-one with you. Appointments are not necessary.The help sessions will take place in the Teen Space. Walk-ins are welcome. To reserve a time, please contact Maureen Meltzer-McGrath

Great Stories Club: Finding Your Voice/: Encontrando Tu Voz

Pawling Library Annex 15 Broad Street, Pawling

    This meeting of the Great Stories Club will continue the discussion of I am Alfonso Jones by Tony Medina. Although the graphic novel is fiction, the story reflects a reality for far too many young people. How might we retell the stories of victims of violence to emphasize their full humanity? Would you draw a picture, write a poem or story, make a song or something else? What will you include in your creation? We will have art supplies and writing materials available for participants during this meeting. The Pawling Library is honored to have been selected as one of 58 libraries nationwide to take part in the Great Stories Club, a reading and discussion program for underserved teens. These competitive grants are offered by the American Library Association (ALA) with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The Library has received two Great Stories Grants and will be partnering with Camino al Éxito to bring teens age 13 & up a book discussion series in English & Spanish. Esta reunión...


Agatha Christie Book Club / Online Program

Pawling Library 11 Broad St, Pawling

Wednesday, November 29 6:30-7:30 pm Registration is required. You can register on the Pawling Library’s online calendar or contact Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at You can also register by calling our library at 845-855-3444. Thank you.   After reading inspiring works by 24 different women writers the past 2 years, we’re now going to do a deep dive on 1 — AGATHA CHRISTIE. We will read select works from 1920 up until 1952. If you love the idea of reading and discussing detective novels by Dame Agatha Christie, then this is your Book Club! We’ll begin each discussion by offering up some tidbits about the author, and details about each specific book. The hope is that together we will get to know a sizable collection of Agatha Christie’s works and gain some insight into her as a writer and person. Please join us!   The book club will be discussing Murder on the Orient Express.   Reading List:   September: The Mysterious Affair at Styles October: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926) November:...