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FDR in the Hudson Valley | May 3rd, 6:00 pm
Topic Discussion : FDR and Rural Electrification
Presented by Hudson Area Library, Claverack Free Library, Philmont Public Library, and Roeliff Jansen Community Library, and in conjunction with the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, the FDR History Series will explore the many facets of the 32nd President.
For the fourth and final installment, educator Jeff Urbin will discuss FDR’s efforts to improve the quality of life for farmers, mainly by bringing affordable electricity to rural areas.
ID: 948 2829 4055 / Passcode: FDR
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Presented by Zero Waste Columbia
Co-sponsored by Climate Smart Communities of Austerlitz and Claverack and Columbia County Library Association
Thursday, May 6, 2021 | 6:30 PM via Zoom
For more information please contact: ZeroWasteColumbia@gmail.com
Jean Bonhotal, Cornell Waste Management, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences will be the guest speaker.
Zero Waste Columbia (ZWC) is a citizen volunteer group committed to education and action that can move us towards zero waste in Columbia County. We seek to create a more sustainable and resilient world today and for future generations.
Zero waste means we aim to send nothing to the landfill. We reduce what we need, reuse as much as possible, minimize what we recycle and compost whenever possible. Our members are also active participants in our town Climate Smart Committees, Town Councils, and the Columbia County Environmental Management Council.
Webinar ID: 936 9471 5071
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 | 7:00 PM
Join us for a talk about an endangered snail whose entire population only exists at one location, Chittenango Falls state park!
Why are snails important? What do snails eat? How are researchers helping endangered snail species like the Chittenango ovate amber snail (COAS)?
Guest speaker Cody Gilbertson has studied and worked with COAS for over 10 years and has written her master’s thesis on these beautiful unique snails. Her work has been highlighted in Scientific American, WRVO public media, and Hypothesis WNYC public radio.
Zoom in to hear Cody talk and enjoy the snail tales!
Webinar ID: 996 2042 1799
This Zoom program is presented as a collaboration between Claverack Free Library, Hudson Area Library, Philmont Public Library and Roeliff Jansen Community Library.
Monthly Book Club with the Churchtown Dairy
If you love reading and enjoy meaningful conversation, you’re warmly welcome to join our Regenerative Readers! Book themes are chosen to engage us in conversation about things that matter…. environment, culture and us!
February: Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy
March: Feasting Wild: In Search of the Last Untamed Food
by Gina Rae La Cerva
April: On the Black Hill by Bruce Chatwin
We will meet to discuss Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy, Wednesday, March 3rd, via Zoom. Contact: Caitlin Makielski firstname.lastname@example.org
Books can be ordered through the Claverack Library from the MHLS Catalog, by email: email@example.com or calling 518-851-7120. For more information about the group contact Caitlin Makielski firstname.lastname@example.org
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and Thursdays at 5:00 pm via Zoom
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. Taught by Tai–Chi instructor, David Haines, all classes are beginner-friendly and tailored to all levels.
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Kanopy is a video streaming service that provides instant access to thousands of critically acclaimed movies, documentaries and kids favorites. We partner with studios like A24, The Criterion Collection, PBS and more to bring your library access to thoughtful entertainment.
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You can stream Kanopy on any of your favorite devices! Kanopy is accessible via mobile and tablet apps for iPhone and Android. You can also access Kanopy on your Desktop, and SmartTB apps like Roku, Apple TV and Fire Stick.
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Open for inside use and Curbside Service :
The Claverack Free Library is open for inside browsing, borrowing and computer use. If you come inside the library it’s required to wear a mask that covers both your nose and mouth. If you need a mask, we’ll provide a paper one for you. If you’re unable to wear a mask, you’re welcome to use our curbside service. When inside the library, please remain at least 6 feet from others and limit your browsing or computer time to 30 minutes or less.
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Schedule Curbside Pickup Every Half Hour During The Times Below.
Monday 1:00 – 7:00 | Wednesday 1:00 – 7:00 | Friday 1:00 – 5:00
Tuesday 10:30 – 2:00 | Thursday 10:30 – 2:00 | Sat. 10:30 – 2:00
Wednesdays 1:00 to 3:00 pm
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