If you are not going over the river and through the woods this Thanksgiving, you might be interested in knowing when the Pawling Library will be open. We will be reducing our schedule during Thanksgiving week, so that staff are able to spend time with their loved ones. We will close at 3 PM on Wednesday and then re-open at noon on Friday. Day by day, that means our hours are as follows: Monday: 12-5, Tuesday: 10-8, Wednesday: 10-3, Thursday: Closed, Friday: 12-5, Saturday: 10-4, Sunday: 12-4
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Sunday 12 to 4
Monday 12 to 5
Tuesday 10 to 8
Wednesday 10 to 8
Thursday 10 to 8
Friday 12 to 5
Saturday 10 to 4
- 261:00 PM-2:00 PMJan/Wed/2022-Lakeside Park-2 Lakeside Drive Pawling, NY 12564
Registration is required. You can register below or by contacting Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: This in-person program will take place each Wednesday from 1-2 pm at Pawling Recreation.
Coloring is more than being creative, it’s a very relaxing activity that has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety.
Each week we’ll be coloring a new mandala design, while also enjoying a good round of conversation.
You don’t have to have a degree in art to participate…just some paper and color pencils.
Please join us. Relax and connect with like-minded people, and add a burst of color to your day!
All supplies will be provided.
The Pawling Library is proud to be partnering with Pawling Recreation.3:00 PM-3:30 PMJan/Wed/2022-Pawling Free Library and Courtyard-Pawling Free Library
Wednesdays, 3:00 – 3:30 PM, (Ages 3-5 and caregiver)
Socialize and move with us as children and caregivers play simple games in our courtyard like tag, alphabet build, and ball rescue. Families are welcome to warm up indoors at any time. This program is weather permitting and requires all participants to wear cold weather clothing and shoes, as it will be held outside.
Registration required for this small group program. Click here to register.7:00 PM-8:00 PMJan/Wed/2022
Presented by Master Gardener Mary Nisley
Wednesday, January 26
Is wildlife driving you crazy in your garden? Learn strategies for protecting your garden from deer, woodchucks, rabbits and more, using fencing, repellents and plant selection. This presentation has emphasis on vegetable gardening.