Join us on Friday mornings at 10 a.m. for story hour at the library. We’ll read stories, sing songs, play games, meet new friends and create crafts all at the library. We will meet most Fridays during the school year.
We have museum passes for The Clark, USS Slater, Olana, and the Berkshire Museum. The passes are for free entry for 2 or more adults to each location. You may visit the library or call to reserve the passes. Each pass maybe checked out for three days.
In addition to the free passes we have discount passes for Edith Wharton’s, The Mount and for the Norman Rockwell Museum.
Please check back or call the library for more information and for updates we are expecting to have more passes soon.
These passes are made possible with a grant from the Children’s Fund.
The Claverack Free Library is proud to present a brand new online catalog with improved search features to connect you with what you want faster than ever! At search.midhudsonlibraries.org you now have a access to “one-stop shopping” – a single search box that will search across the millions of book, movie, ebook, and audiobook titles available to you through the Mid-Hudson Library System PLUS downloadable articles from over 7,000 magazine and journals!
What you’ve been waiting for! You can now check out your ebooks and audiobooks right in the library catalog! You will see all items you have checked out – both physical items like books and your downloads like ebooks – in your account. Try the new catalog today at search.midhudsonlibraries.org.
Youth ages 10-14 will be planning, planting and growing a raised community garden at the Claverack Library. We will meet on Mondays for 6 weeks starting Monday, June 23 at 5:00 in the evening. The youth participating will have the opportunity to learn about growing food, grow food and share it with those in our community. Please register by calling the library, 851-7120.