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Get in the holiday spirit!
Join your neighbors and friends for the first Book to Movie screening in our new building!
Listen to a reading of The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg, which will be followed by a screening of the film, starring Tom Hanks, on our NEW 85-inch screen.
Hot chocolate, popcorn, and cookies will be available for snacking. Coloring pages will be provided for younger children.
First Claverack Death Cafe
Saturday, December 14th
Hosted by local grief counselor Claudia Coenen, the goal is to make conversations about the end of life more comfortable and familiar. This is not a support group.
Free, but donations will be accepted.
RSVPs are helpful for planning, but not necessary.
Defensive Driving Class for 10% Insurance Discount
Sunday November 17, 9 AM – 3 PM
Those who complete the Point/Insurance Reduction Program are eligible for an immediate 10% discount on Collision and Auto Liability premium. This discount will apply to all vehicles for which the attendee is the principal operator FOR 3 YEARS!
If you have incurred violations during the 18 month period prior to completing the course, up to FOUR points will automatically be reduced on your driving record. All principal vehicle drivers are eligible regardless of violation accident record, senior citizens, youthful drivers and assigned risk drivers. No formal testing – festive classroom participation, informative movies. This class is recognized by all New York State Insurance companies.
HOW TO SPEAK DOG will give you some tools for learning how to read your dog’s body language – and thereby start you on your way to speaking “dog.”
Saturday, November 9th
Our dogs are “talking” to us all the time – but we don’t always understand what they’re trying to tell us. Dogs are a social lot: they “speak” loud and clear, if you know how to listen! The study of canine cognition and communication has exploded over the past several decades, with Canine Cognition Labs (laboratories, not Retrievers) popping up at universities all over the globe. The work of behaviorists, ethologists, zoologists, psychologists and of course veterinarians has resulted in a new understanding of just how smart (and communicative) our Best Friends are.
Songs & Stories of the Strange & Macabre
Sunday, October 27
The NiverMoores are a cure for your cheerfulness and company for your misery.
They sing delightfully depressing songs of melancholy, hard living, and death.
A Variety of Story Tellers will be regaling us with delightful tales of spine chilling suspense and shivery delight.
Hot apple cider and light refreshments will be served.
This is not an evening for young children.
You Are Invited: Save the Date!
The grand opening of the new Claverack Free Library and community center is set for Saturday, October 26th: Noon- 4PM.
Sponsored by Kneller Insurance Agency & Dog Wood Farm Bakery.
All are invited for an afternoon of festivities, including ribbon cutting, in addition to Claverack Library representatives,
Please plan to join us for this historic event in Claverack. It’s just the beginning.
WE ARE MOVING!
How will we get the contents of our little library moved by October 26? And how will it affect you?
October 11 will be our last day operating in the current library. Many of you have seen some changes and movement of materials in the last weeks to get ready. A corps of volunteers will be at work to move the materials to the new library. The last day to pick up item holds at the current library will be 10/10, though the library will be open on 10/11 we will not have any of the hold items available.
From October 11 until October 26 the Philmont Public Library in Philmont will be taking in our “hold” items. These are items that patrons have reserved from other libraries. Philmont Library will send out phone or email notices, in just the same way we do at Claverack Library. You will need to pick them up from the Philmont Library and follow their loan rules. Your items can be returned to any open library in the Mid-Hudson library system and many of your items won’t be due until after we open the new library.
The Claverack Library will not be able to accept returns of library material between Saturday, October 12 and Friday, October 25. There will be no items checked out from the Claverack Library with a due date that falls between those days. We will have extended return dates due to the closure of the library.
Thank you for your patience throughout the move. And be sure to join us for the grand opening on Saturday, October 26th from noon until 4:00 p.m.
We look forward to serving you at the new, enhanced Claverack Free Library!