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Home School Elementary Book Club

Join us Friday’s at 10 a.m. for home school elementary book club. We’ll read together, play games, make crafts and other activities using the selected book as the theme.

Our Current Book: Wishtree by Kathrine Applegate.

The library will order copies of the book for each student.

Pre-School Story Hour!

Join us every Friday at 10am!

Stories, crafts, and more!
Toddlers- Kindergarten

“There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world. Love of books is best of all.” -Jacqueline Kennedy

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April Book Group!

Identifying and Managing Invasive Plants 

Invasive Species Talk!

Saturday, April 13
4:00PM

Invasive species have become a major environmental problem, as they out-compete and displace native vegetation and damage local habitats by reducing biodiversity. Attendees of the program will learn about the problems caused by invasive plants, as well as which species are invasive and how to identify and manage them in the landscape.  The top local invasive plant species will be covered, as well as where to report invasive species populations, and how to get involved in local volunteer projects.

Instructor Tim Kennelty is a Master Gardener and Master Naturalist through Cornell Cooperative Extension and serves on the Board of Trustees of the Columbia Land Conservancy. He has gardened in Columbia County for more than 25 years and has developed a passion for preserving native species and combating exotic invasive plants. He has been involved in a multi-year habitat restoration project at the Siegel-Kline Kill public conservation area in Ghent, New York.

Bring your questions; stay for refreshments.

New Book Club!

Adult Fiction Graphic Novel Book Club

This Month: April 15
7:00PM

Every THIRD MONDAY at 7:00 pm, join us for discussion of adult fiction graphic novels.

Curious about this growing literary interpretation? Join
the growing number of fans and explore new this newly popular medium.

Churchtown Dairy Regenerative Readers: April

Churchtown Dairy Regenerative Readers

Monthly Book Club at the Churchtown Dairy, the LAST  Wednesday of the month.

If you love reading and enjoy meaningful conversation, you’re warmly welcome to join our Regenerative Readers!
Book themes are chosen engage us in conversation about things that matter…. environment, culture and us!

Next Meeting: April 24– Active Hope by Joanna Marcy
7:ooPM

Books can be ordered at the Claverack Library. For more information contact Kam Ballamy, kam@churchtowndairy.org

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