Saturday September 18, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Sunday September 19, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday September 20, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Zoom Sound Meditation with Anna Keselis

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Play Must GoOnline: Virtual Play Reading

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Tuesday September 21, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Artist Meet and Greet : Karen Schaffel

Come by and enjoy Karen Schaffel's art exhibit as well as meet the artist.

She will be discussing her works and process at the exhibit on the main floor of Starr.
LOCATION: Upstairs

Come by and enjoy Karen Schaffel's art exhibit as well as meet the artist.

She will be discussing her works and process at the exhibit on the main floor of Starr.
LOCATION: Upstairs

Wednesday September 22, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Medicare 101 with Nina Lynch

Learn about Medicare.

Nina Lynch will be presenting this program for newly eligible Medicare applicants as well as the those who need to know the new 2022 Medicare options.
LOCATION: Upstairs
There are 5 spaces available.

Learn about Medicare.

Nina Lynch will be presenting this program for newly eligible Medicare applicants as well as the those who need to know the new 2022 Medicare options.
LOCATION: Upstairs

There are 5 spaces available.

Thursday September 23, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Outdoor Storytime with Miss Robbie

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.

 

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.

 

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Friday September 24, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Brain Games

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Saturday September 25, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Free Virtual Community Play Writing Workshop with Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

HVSF 2021 Online Bake-Off Sustainability: "We never know the worth of water till the well is dry." – Thomas Fuller

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. All workshop participants can submit short plays to be considered. Between 5 and 7 of these plays will be performed by professional actors as part of the Community Bake-Off: Evening of Short Plays hosted by HVSF online on November 13th and 14th.

To register, click here: https://forms.gle/EaaQRDPk6T5dZJNz8

 

There are many spaces available.

HVSF 2021 Online Bake-Off Sustainability: "We never know the worth of water till the well is dry." – Thomas Fuller

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. All workshop participants can submit short plays to be considered. Between 5 and 7 of these plays will be performed by professional actors as part of the Community Bake-Off: Evening of Short Plays hosted by HVSF online on November 13th and 14th.

To register, click here: https://forms.gle/EaaQRDPk6T5dZJNz8

 

There are many spaces available.

Sunday September 26, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday September 27, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Zoom Sound Meditation with Anna Keselis

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Starr Board Meeting

This meeting is open to all community members who would like to attend.

LOCATION: Mary Frazer Room

This meeting is open to all community members who would like to attend.

LOCATION: Mary Frazer Room

Tuesday September 28, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Voter Registration Day

Come by the library and register to vote.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Come by the library and register to vote.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 4 spaces available.

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 4 spaces available.

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Starr Book Club

We will be discussing: 'Olive, Again' by Elizabeth Strout

We will be discussing: 'Olive, Again' by Elizabeth Strout

Wednesday September 29, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Thursday September 30, 2021
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Art Exhibit : Karen Shaffel

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Karen's work is rooted in landscape but breaks with the traditional paintings of the Hudson Valley. After settling in this area several decades ago, she is inspired by the distinct seasons, craggy mountains and vistas of sky. Each art-piece explores a moment when a viewer may pause to notice the shift in the hue of the sky or the moving pattern on the forest floor. But unlike the traditional Hudson Valley landscape painters, Karen uses unconventional perspective, abstracted forms and/or unusual found elements to capture these moments. Color and patterns evoke an emotion rooted in a cultural iconic concept or personal memory. Collage materials, sequins, ribbon, or a re-purposed lace tablecloth further evoke identity of culture, time and place.

Karen's work will be on view and for sale in the Library for the month of September. There will be an artist reception and meet & greet on September 21 at 6pm. All are welcome.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Outdoor Storytime with Miss Robbie

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.

 

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.

 

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Friday October 1, 2021
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Brain Games

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Saturday October 2, 2021
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1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Saturday Chill with Andrew Baffi

Andrew will be playing his guitar for the afternoon. Come by to relax and hear his classical guitar music played live.

LOCATION: Upstairs

Andrew will be playing his guitar for the afternoon. Come by to relax and hear his classical guitar music played live.

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday October 4, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Zoom Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

 
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3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Photography Group
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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6:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Virtual Writing and Reflection Project

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

There are 12 spaces available.

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

There are 12 spaces available.

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Play Must GoOnline: Virtual Play Reading

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Tuesday October 5, 2021
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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Children's Author Ann E Burg on Writing

Ann E. Burg author of Serafina's Promise, and Flooded: Requiem for Johnstown and other books for young children and middle schoolers will join us for a Meet the Author / Writers Reading Event.

This program is for adults who are interested in books for children: teachers, parents, illustrators or simply people interested in learning about the process of writing and learning about how authors got their start.

This is a Zoom program. Register for meeting information.

 

 

There are many spaces available.

Ann E. Burg author of Serafina's Promise, and Flooded: Requiem for Johnstown and other books for young children and middle schoolers will join us for a Meet the Author / Writers Reading Event.

This program is for adults who are interested in books for children: teachers, parents, illustrators or simply people interested in learning about the process of writing and learning about how authors got their start.

This is a Zoom program. Register for meeting information.

 

 

There are many spaces available.

 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 4 spaces available.

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 4 spaces available.

Wednesday October 6, 2021
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Parkinson's Support Group

Taking place in the Starr Library Comminity Room

LOCATION: Community Room

Taking place in the Starr Library Comminity Room

LOCATION: Community Room

Thursday October 7, 2021
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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Outdoor Storytime with Miss Robbie

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Graphic Novel for Tweens

Sign up for this fun book club for middle school aged youth led by Youth Programmer, Tara Pockets Foley. We will read 5 graphic novels, get together every first Thursday of the month to talk about them, and then.....we will make our own! This book club welcomes all levels, you don't need to be a great artist or a great writer to be in this club, we will just try our best and have fun! Every month a different graphic novel will be voted on to read (by you!) from a list of popular titles. Also every month, we will chose our favorite scene (page) from the graphic novel we are reading and copy the page with our own drawing style, redesigning the characters to be whomever we want! This monthly drawing activity will be the practice we need to make our own graphic novels.  There are 10 spaces available. 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 10 spaces available.

Sign up for this fun book club for middle school aged youth led by Youth Programmer, Tara Pockets Foley. We will read 5 graphic novels, get together every first Thursday of the month to talk about them, and then.....we will make our own! This book club welcomes all levels, you don't need to be a great artist or a great writer to be in this club, we will just try our best and have fun! Every month a different graphic novel will be voted on to read (by you!) from a list of popular titles. Also every month, we will chose our favorite scene (page) from the graphic novel we are reading and copy the page with our own drawing style, redesigning the characters to be whomever we want! This monthly drawing activity will be the practice we need to make our own graphic novels.  There are 10 spaces available. 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 10 spaces available.

Friday October 8, 2021
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Brain Games

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Saturday October 9, 2021
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday October 11, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Zoom Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.

 

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.

 

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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6:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Virtual Writing and Reflection Project

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

Tuesday October 12, 2021
 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 10 spaces available.

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 10 spaces available.

Thursday October 14, 2021
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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Outdoor Storytime with Miss Robbie

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Music Therapy with Terry Watson

Music and music therapy provide opportunities for children to develop and learn new skills
through music experiences. Music experiences address cognition, language and the social skills
of the child within a safe, nurturing and fun process. We will use instruments, dance, chants,
puppets and much more to provide your child with a meaningful and fun experience.

This class is part of a three session series, sign up for all three! If we find there is community

interest, we will create more opportunities with Terry Watson. This class focuses on elementary aged

youth, but can also go up to middle school if requested. 

This class is inclusive of children at all stages of development and functionality.

This session will meet outside under the tent. 

Sessions facilitated by:
Terry Watson, MA, CMT, LCAT
MS, Special Education
 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 10 spaces available.

Music and music therapy provide opportunities for children to develop and learn new skills
through music experiences. Music experiences address cognition, language and the social skills
of the child within a safe, nurturing and fun process. We will use instruments, dance, chants,
puppets and much more to provide your child with a meaningful and fun experience.

This class is part of a three session series, sign up for all three! If we find there is community

interest, we will create more opportunities with Terry Watson. This class focuses on elementary aged

youth, but can also go up to middle school if requested. 

This class is inclusive of children at all stages of development and functionality.

This session will meet outside under the tent. 

Sessions facilitated by:
Terry Watson, MA, CMT, LCAT
MS, Special Education
 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 10 spaces available.

Friday October 15, 2021
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Brain Games

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Saturday October 16, 2021
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
RHS Board Meeting
LOCATION: Mary Frazer Room
 
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

 
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2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
D&D ONE SHOT GAME!

Starr Library is very excited to present an opportunity for youth to play a one shot game of D&D! We are thrilled to welcome experienced gamer, Carolyn Reid as the Dungeon Master.  This D&D session will take place outside and for children ages 12 and up. There will be a limit of seven players. If we find there is excitement in the community around the opportunity to play, we can plan more games in the future! D&D is a wonderful way to build creativity, problem solving skills, community, math skills and much more.

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 5 spaces available.

Starr Library is very excited to present an opportunity for youth to play a one shot game of D&D! We are thrilled to welcome experienced gamer, Carolyn Reid as the Dungeon Master.  This D&D session will take place outside and for children ages 12 and up. There will be a limit of seven players. If we find there is excitement in the community around the opportunity to play, we can plan more games in the future! D&D is a wonderful way to build creativity, problem solving skills, community, math skills and much more.

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 5 spaces available.

Monday October 18, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Zoom Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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6:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Virtual Writing and Reflection Project

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

 
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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Rhinebeck Science Foundation Board Mtg
LOCATION: Mary Frazer Room
 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Play Must GoOnline: Virtual Play Reading

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Tuesday October 19, 2021
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Medicare 101 with Nina Lynch

Nina Lynch will be presenting this program for newly eligible Medicare applicants as wella s those who need to know the new 2022 Medicare options.

LOCATION: Upstairs
There are 20 spaces available.

Nina Lynch will be presenting this program for newly eligible Medicare applicants as wella s those who need to know the new 2022 Medicare options.

LOCATION: Upstairs

There are 20 spaces available.

 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Virtual Mandarin Language and Chinese Culture Club

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Thursday October 21, 2021
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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Outdoor Storytime with Miss Robbie

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Music Therapy with Terry Watson

Music and music therapy provide opportunities for children to develop and learn new skills through musical experiences. Music experiences address cognition, language and the social skills of the child within a safe, nurturing and fun process. We will use instruments, dance, chants, puppets and much more to provide your child with a meaningful and fun experience. 

This class is inclusive of children at all stages of development and functionality. This class focuses on elementary aged youth, but can also go up to middle school if requested. 

Sessions facilitated by:

Terry Watson, MA, CMT, LCAT

MS, Special Education

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 10 spaces available.

Music and music therapy provide opportunities for children to develop and learn new skills through musical experiences. Music experiences address cognition, language and the social skills of the child within a safe, nurturing and fun process. We will use instruments, dance, chants, puppets and much more to provide your child with a meaningful and fun experience. 

This class is inclusive of children at all stages of development and functionality. This class focuses on elementary aged youth, but can also go up to middle school if requested. 

Sessions facilitated by:

Terry Watson, MA, CMT, LCAT

MS, Special Education

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 10 spaces available.

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Bake With Holly

Bake along with Holly Shelowitz!

Holly Shelowitz will once again be joing us via Zoom. She'll be making: Firecracker Cornbread and Rosemary Savory Scones

Recipes and shopping list will be sent inadvance of program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are 9 spaces available.

Bake along with Holly Shelowitz!

Holly Shelowitz will once again be joing us via Zoom. She'll be making: Firecracker Cornbread and Rosemary Savory Scones

Recipes and shopping list will be sent inadvance of program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are 9 spaces available.

Friday October 22, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friends Book Sale
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Brain Games

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Saturday October 23, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friends Book Sale
LOCATION: Community Room
 
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday October 25, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Zoom Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

Stay at home and enjoy a relaxing meditation.

For Zoom ionformation email njackson@starrlibrary.org
There are 15 spaces available.

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Starr Board Meeting

This meeting is open to all community members who would like to attend.

LOCATION: Mary Frazer Room

This meeting is open to all community members who would like to attend.

LOCATION: Mary Frazer Room

 
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6:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Virtual Writing and Reflection Project

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

Virtual Program:

This year we mark breast cancer awareness month with a special writing and sharing program for everyone or anyone who has been affected by cancer. If you have a friend, family member or if you yourself have been affected by any kind of cancer please join us in this weekly sharing. Your sharing can include a journal entry, poetry, a portrait, a short piece of writing, an essay or maybe an article or poem you came across, or simply come and spend the time to reflect and remember.

The weekly virtual sharing and examination to be facilitated by journalist and survivor Amy Wu will be on Mondays at 6pm. Registration required and participants will receive a journal provided by Starr.

Tuesday October 26, 2021
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Virtual Mandarin Language and Chinese Culture Club

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Community Read: Virtual Conversations About Race

Join your neighbors in a moderated community conversation about race. Reserve a copy of one of the recommended titles at your library; our discussion will be informed in part by what you choose to read, as well as your lived experience. Ages 16 and up. For more information, ask at your library.

This program is sponsored by Starr Library, Red Hook Library, Tivoli Library and Morton Memorial Library

 

 

There are many spaces available.

Join your neighbors in a moderated community conversation about race. Reserve a copy of one of the recommended titles at your library; our discussion will be informed in part by what you choose to read, as well as your lived experience. Ages 16 and up. For more information, ask at your library.

This program is sponsored by Starr Library, Red Hook Library, Tivoli Library and Morton Memorial Library

 

 

There are many spaces available.

Thursday October 28, 2021
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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Outdoor Storytime with Miss Robbie

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

Miss Robbie is back!

Join us outside for a great storytime.
Masks required. Bring a blanket.

 

LOCATION: Outside

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Friday October 29, 2021
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Brain Games

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Join the fun and stretch your mind. This is a gathering for adults. 

LOCATION: Community Room

Saturday October 30, 2021
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday November 1, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Virtual Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Play Must GoOnline: Virtual Play Reading

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Tuesday November 2, 2021
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Virtual Mandarin Language and Chinese Culture Club

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Wednesday November 3, 2021
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Parkinson's Support Group

Taking place in the Starr Library Comminity Room

LOCATION: Community Room

Taking place in the Starr Library Comminity Room

LOCATION: Community Room

Thursday November 4, 2021
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Music Therapy with Terry Watson

Music and music therapy provide opportunities for children to develop and learn new skills
through music experiences. Music experiences address cognition, language and the social skills
of the child within a safe, nurturing and fun process. We will use instruments, dance, chants,
puppets and much more to provide your child with a meaningful and fun experience. 

This class is inclusive of children at all stages of development and functionality. 

This class focuses on elementary aged youth, but can also go up to middle school if requested. 

Sessions facilitated by:
Terry Watson, MA, CMT, LCAT
MS, Special Education

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org
There are 10 spaces available.

Music and music therapy provide opportunities for children to develop and learn new skills
through music experiences. Music experiences address cognition, language and the social skills
of the child within a safe, nurturing and fun process. We will use instruments, dance, chants,
puppets and much more to provide your child with a meaningful and fun experience. 

This class is inclusive of children at all stages of development and functionality. 

This class focuses on elementary aged youth, but can also go up to middle school if requested. 

Sessions facilitated by:
Terry Watson, MA, CMT, LCAT
MS, Special Education

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

There are 10 spaces available.

Friday November 5, 2021
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Saturday November 6, 2021
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday November 8, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Virtual Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Tuesday November 9, 2021
 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Virtual Mandarin Language and Chinese Culture Club

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Thursday November 11, 2021
Friday November 12, 2021
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Saturday November 13, 2021
 
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday November 15, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Virtual Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Rhinebeck Science Foundation Board Mtg
LOCATION: Mary Frazer Room
 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Play Must GoOnline: Virtual Play Reading

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Join our amateur thespians for virtual play reading on the first and third Monday of each month.

There are 10 spaces available.

Tuesday November 16, 2021
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Virtual Mandarin Language and Chinese Culture Club

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

There are 10 spaces available.

Come learn Chinese language and culture in a four-part series for grades 3 through 5.

There are 10 spaces available.

 
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Thursday November 18, 2021
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play with a group of friendly gamers. This is an adult group.

LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Friday November 19, 2021
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10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Chair Yoga

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Join yoga teacher Barbara Eichin for this gentle and relaxing program designed for seniors and those who are recovering from injury or have restricted movement. Suggested donation : $10.00.

LOCATION: Storytime Room

Saturday November 20, 2021
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday November 22, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.
LOCATION: Outside

 
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11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Virtual Sound Meditation with Anna Kaselis

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

Start your week off with a relaxing sound mediation from your home. Register to receive Zoom information.

 

 

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mahjong

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

Come by and play a few games of Mahjong.

If you're a newbie, we'll have someone to help you learn the game.
LOCATION: Upstairs Children's Wing

 
Tuesday November 23, 2021
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5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Global Arts

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT: Tara Foley  tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Global Arts is a weekly, hands on, arts and crafts class led by Tara Foley, the Youth Programmer, at Starr Library (kids know her as Ms. Pockets!). We will look at folk art traditions from different parts of the globe, starting with Latin America, Africa, Australia and Japan in order to better understand the world that we live in today. Parents and guardians are welcome to work together on the projects with their children.  We will make work inspired by artists and artisans from all over the world while learning geography and reflecting on cultural traditions.  

This is a program geared toward elementrary school aged kids and we will be serving PIZZA! 

CONTACT:
  Tara Foley
  
   tfoley@starrlibrary.org

Thursday November 25, 2021 - Friday November 26, 2021
Friday November 26, 2021
Saturday November 27, 2021
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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Teen Tech Support

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Need help using your computer, cell phone, tablet, or other device? Come meet Finn, our teen tech helper! He can help you navigate your devices. This help is available on a first-come first-served basis. 

LOCATION: Upstairs

Monday November 29, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qigong Outside with Stephen Pague

Join Stephen Pague on Mondays for some relaxing exercise for the body and soul.

$10 donation is suggested.