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Chair Yoga Every Thursday

Thursdays 3:00pm-4:00pm


A gentle yoga class which focuses on bone and joint health, mindfulness,
breathing practices, and the creation of a wellness focused community.
Chair yoga can be gentle or it can be a more challenging workout,
whatever is appropriate for the individual student. Chairs are available
but not required for the class.

A limited number of blankets will be available but you may want to bring
your own. $5 donation requested

Stephanie Fischer has been teaching yoga for 7 years and has recently finished a two-year Yoga Therapist training. She is currently working as a Yoga Therapist in the Hudson Valley.

Tai-Chi & Qigong Every Tuesday

Are you making New Year resolutions?

Why not choose an intention to improve your well being through Tai Chi and Qigong. Better balance, less stress, improved flexibility, all that and more can be a goal you set for the new year. By doing a practice that we enjoy in a gentle and friendly atmosphere we can more easily commit to doing it consistently.

All Classes are on Tuesdays from 10 AM – 11 AM

Taught by Tai-Chi instructor, David Haines. All classes are beginner friendly and tailored to all levels. Classes are held in our new community room.
$5 donation requested.

Beginner Dungeons and Dragons

The library will be hosting Dungeons and Dragons in the teen room on the second and fourth Monday of the month, 5-8PM. 

Electric Car Charger

Low battery? No worries.


The Claverack Free Library now has an electric car charging station. Located in the parking lot the charging station can accommodate two cars at a time. Free wifi access 24 hours a day. Coffee, free books, cozy chairs available during library hours.

1000 Books

1000 Books before Kindergarten is a year-round reading program for children
from birth until they start Kindergarten.

– Why Read? –

Reading aloud helps strengthen language skills and builds vocabulary, two important tools for learning to read. It also builds imagination and creativity. Sharing books with children promotes a life long love of books and reading.

– Program Steps –

Register – Sign up at the circulation desk, if you need a library card, bring a photo ID.

Track Reading – Log each book you read, you can read books more than once.
Keep Reading – Don’t stop at 1000! Keep reading, there’s more learning ahead.

It’s easier than you think!

3 Books a day for one year = 1,095 Books!
1 Boo!k a day for three years = 1,095 Books

Our Grand Opening was a success- and this is only the beginning!

We greatly appreciate all who made our new library possible.

We look forward to serving you in our new space and we encourage all to stay engaged; using the repurposed library to create and explore your own world of possibilities.


Some items are still needed for our children’s room. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation for our new space. The Amazon wish list is available here.

Universal Class through your Library!

Check out our new database of online classes. Use your library card to learn everything from craft to computer to parenting classes and beyond. Homeschool lessons, writing and math classes as well. There is even the option to take some classes for continuing education certification credits.

Click the link below to sign up and begin today!



Click here to view the updated monthly Adopt-A-Book information