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  • Library Closed
    All day
    May/Mon/2020-May/Mon/2020
    11 Broad St, Pawling NY 12564

    The Pawling Library will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.

  • Roblox Group
    4:30 PM-5:30 PM
    May/Mon/2020

    Play games in Roblox with your friends! Share your favorite game modes and even introduce custom made games to the group! Now meeting twice a week for double the fun.

     

  • Teen Cafe
    6:00 PM-7:30 PM
    May/Mon/2020

    Meet weekly on Monday nights to get together with like minded teens to share interests that include shows, movies, books, and hobbies. A relaxed chat space awaits for this open program. No need to register!

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  • Afternoon Hatha Yoga / Online
    1:00 PM-2:00 PM
    May/Tue/2020

    Instructor: Maria Polhemus

    Tuesday & Thursday afternoons at 1:00 pm 

    Please join us for this very relaxing form of exercise.

    NOTE: To participate in our online Zoom Hatha Yoga Workshops, you must first register by emailing Donald at adult@pawlinglibrary.org and then follow the directions below.

    Click on the link and download the free Zoom app onto your smartphone, tablet or computer.  Don’t worry, Zoom is easy to use!

    https://zoom.us/download

    Before the day of the program, Donald will email you a link to the program with the date & time the program will take place. On the day of the program, click on the link Donald sent a few minutes before the program begins.

    You will be placed in a virtual waiting room and Donald will admit you before the program begins.

    Once you are admitted to the program, you will be able to see and hear everything going on in the presentation!

    That’s it!  It’s very easy.

  • Tuesday Afternoon Book Conversations
    4:00 PM-5:00 PM
    May/Tue/2020

    This afternoon online book club is all about connecting with others just like you who have a passion for reading. Please join us and share your thoughts about the novels you’re reading. Connect with friends and make new friends. We look forward to seeing you for an hour of friendly conversations.

    NOTE: To participate in this afternoon program, you must first register by emailing Donald at adult@pawlinglibrary.org and then follow the directions below.

    Click on the link and download the free Zoom app onto your smartphone, tablet or computer.  Don’t worry, Zoom is easy to use!

    https://zoom.us/download

    Before the day of the program, Donald will email you a link to the program with the date & time the program will take place.

    On the day of the program, click on the link Donald sent a few minutes before the program begins.

    You will be placed in a virtual waiting room and Donald will admit you before the program begins.

    Once you are admitted to the program, you will be able to see and hear everything going on in the presentation!

    That’s it!  It’s very easy.

  • Roblox Group
    4:30 PM-5:30 PM
    May/Tue/2020

    Play games in Roblox with your friends! Share your favorite game modes and even introduce custom made games to the group! Now meeting twice a week for double the fun.

     

  • Graphic Novel Book Club / Online
    7:00 PM-8:00 PM
    May/Tue/2020

    The GNBC valiantly continues on in a new online incarnation using Zoom, a free and easy to use platform.

    The book club will be discussing a vintage issue of Mad Magazine, Vol 1 that was published in 1952. 

    NOTE: To participate in Graphic Novel Book Club, you must first register by emailing Donald at adult@pawlinglibrary.org and then you’ll be emailed a PDF of the comic book.

    Before the day of the program, Donald will email you a link to the program with the date & time the program will take place.

    On the day of the program, click on the link Donald sent a few minutes before the program begins.

    Download the free Zoom app onto your smartphone, tablet or computer.  Don’t worry, Zoom is easy to use!

    You will be placed in a virtual waiting room and Donald will admit you before the program begins.

    Once you are admitted to the program, you will be able to see and hear everything going on in the presentation!

    That’s it!  It’s very easy.

     

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  • Live Stories and Songs (Ages 0-5 and a caregiver)
    10:30 AM-11:00 AM
    May/Wed/2020

    Wednesdays, 5/13 and 5/27, 10:30-11:00 am via Zoom

    Best for ages 2-5, though younger children and their caregivers are welcome. Join Ms. Neena for a chance to sing, hear a live story, and socialize with other children!

    All live programming will be held over Zoom. Caregivers must be present while setting up the connection and remain in the same room as participating children under 5 years during programming. We encourage caregiver participation.

    Registration is required. Register online at this link or email children@pawlinglibrary.org

    We also suggest you check out our “Story Time Bites” – prerecorded songs, rhymes, and stories you can access anytime. Visit our Facebook or website to watch.

  • 3D Model Design
    4:00 PM-5:00 PM
    May/Wed/2020

    This program is dedicated to designing 3D models that can be 3D printed at the library upon our reopening. Teens will be introduced and guided through a set of websites where model making is made easy and share their creations.

     

  • Fantasy World Builders
    5:30 PM-6:30 PM
    May/Wed/2020

    Calling all aspiring writers, creators, and game masters! An introduction to online tools to help manage imaginary worlds. Create timelines, characters, locations etc. Share and discuss your worlds with other young creators.

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  • Afternoon Hatha Yoga / Online
    1:00 PM-2:00 PM
    May/Thu/2020

    Instructor: Maria Polhemus

    Tuesday & Thursday afternoons at 1:00 pm 

    Please join us for this very relaxing form of exercise.

    NOTE: To participate in our online Zoom Hatha Yoga Workshops, you must first register by emailing Donald at adult@pawlinglibrary.org and then follow the directions below.

    Click on the link and download the free Zoom app onto your smartphone, tablet or computer.  Don’t worry, Zoom is easy to use!

    https://zoom.us/download

    Before the day of the program, Donald will email you a link to the program with the date & time the program will take place. On the day of the program, click on the link Donald sent a few minutes before the program begins.

    You will be placed in a virtual waiting room and Donald will admit you before the program begins.

    Once you are admitted to the program, you will be able to see and hear everything going on in the presentation!

    That’s it!  It’s very easy.

  • An Elephant and Piggie Mystery (Grades K-4)
    4:00 PM-5:00 PM
    May/Thu/2020

    Thursday, 5/28, 4:00 – 5:00 pm via Zoom

    Gerald and Piggie hear something..but what is it? Can you help them figure it out? This active game requires paper and a pencil or markers to participate.

    All live programming will be held over Zoom, which must be downloaded in advance. Caregivers must be present while setting up the connection.We encourage but do not require caregiver participation.

    Our staff cannot monitor children’s internet use while live.

    Registration is required. Register online at this link or email children@pawlinglibrary.org

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  • Free Community Playwriting Workshop / Online Event
    10:00 AM-1:00 PM
    May/Sat/2020

    Presented in partnership with Mid-Hudson Library System
    Saturday, May 30, from 10:00 am-12:00 pm
    (Online via Zoom)

    Everyone has an idea for a story, and this is your chance to bring that story to life. HVSF’s playwriting workshop will feature exercises that will teach you the basics. Following the workshops, all participants are invited to submit a short play to be considered on the evening of readings known as the HVSF Bake-Off. This year’s Bake-Off theme is Mahicantuck, “The River that Flows Both Ways.”

    Registered Now: https://hvshakespeare.org/production/community-bake-off/

    Other upcoming playwriting workshops via Zoom…

    Saturday, May 23, from 11:00 am-1:00 pm
    Presented in partnership with Desmond Fish Library, Garrison, NY

    Sunday, May 24, from 11:00 am-1:00 pm
    Presented in partnership with The Field Library, Peekskill, NY

    Saturday, May 30, from 1:00-3:00 pm
    Presented in partnership with The Julia Butterfield Library, a Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub

    Sunday, May 31, from 11:00 am-1:00 pm
    Presented in partnership with Newburgh Free Library and Safe Harbors of the Hudson , Newburgh, NY

     

    COMMUNITY BAKE-OFF

    Frequently Asked Questions

     

    What is a Bake-Off?

    Created by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, the Bake-Off is a communal writing event in which writers are given a random list of “ingredients” to incorporate into a play (for example: a kitchen sink, a front porch, and a withheld secret) to help inspire creativity and give writers permission to play. Hudson Valley community members are invited to submit short plays to be considered as part of the HVSF Community Bake-Off. Between 5-7 of these plays will be selected to be performed by professional actors online on Saturday, July 18. 

    Who is eligible to participate? 

    Anyone who has attended any of the bake-off workshops is eligible to submit a play.

    When are submissions due? 

    Play submissions should be emailed as a Microsoft Word PDF file to BakeOff@hvshakespeare.org by MIDNIGHT on Sunday, June 21. They will then be reviewed by a team of readers.

    When will I find out if my play has been selected to be part of HVSF2? 

    We’ll notify you by Friday, July 3.

    When will I need to be available if my play is selected? 

    The performance will be held online on Saturday, July 18. You will also be invited to a virtual rehearsal the day before to give feedback to the actors and director.

    How will I know what the ingredients are? 

    We will generate ideas for ingredients during the HVSF Community Playwriting Workshops, and final ingredients will be emailed to you by Friday, June 5. You should include at least three of these ingredients in your play.

    How long does my play have to be? 

    You should aim for around 10 pages, but if your play is a bit longer or shorter, that is okay.

    What information do I need to include with my submission? 

    On the first page, be sure to include the title, your name, and your phone number and email address. You should also include the setting (time and place) and a list of characters and short descriptions (including age or age range, and any other basic information you think is important to understand your play). For example: HAROLD – male, 50s. Jeannie’s father.

    Have questions? 

    Write Christine Scarfuto: BakeOff@hvshakespeare.org.

    Play format example:

    Scene 1

    Lights on the living room. Astrid sits by the fire with her gun in her lap. Mack and the men sit arranged  around her in a semi-circle. They all keep a  wary eye on her as Mack—very  gingerly—pours her tea. 

     

    It’s hot.                                                                                              ASTRID

    Tea is hot.                                                                                         MACK

    It’s strange to drink hot things.                                                          ASTRID

    It’s because it’s cold here.                                                                 MACK

    That’s strange too.                                                                             ASTRID

                                                                                                               A long awkward beat as she sips.

                                                                                                               WILEY
                                                                                                               (abruptly, explosively)

    Now see here. I object. I object to this, you see. You can’t just march in here and drink our tea. We don’t know who is drinking our tea and that is an insult. Do you understand? If we knew you, we might have invited you. But I don’t know you.

    I don’t know you.                                                                                 PETA

    I don’t know her. Either.                                                                       MACK

     

     

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Advanced Group
    11:00 AM-3:00 PM
    May/Sat/2020

    Are you a veteran adventurer? Sign up for our advanced D&D group that meets every Saturday to continue your epic quest with friends!

     

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