Snail Mail Story Hour- Thursday, Aug. 31, 11am
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Kids!  Celebrate the lost art of Snail Mail! Join us in the Marlboro Library community room on Thursday, August 31st from 11:00 am-12:00 pm. Together we will learn how to write a letter, address the …

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Help the Library Develop an Item Lending Library!
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Help the Library Develop an Item Lending Library!

Microscopes, musical instruments, and lawn games?
It’s time to rethink what you can borrow from the Library!
Would you like to borrow a metal detector from the Library? Or how about cake pans or a telescope?
With our …

Friends of the MFL Fall Raffle Basket!
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Friends of the MFL Fall Raffle Basket!

The Friends of the Marlboro Free Library are holding a raffle for a wooden crate filled with goodies to help celebrate the approaching cool weather!  Contents of the Fall basket include items such as apple butter, …

Snail Mail Story Hour- Thursday, Aug. 31, 11am
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Snail Mail Story Hour- Thursday, Aug. 31, 11am

Kids!  Celebrate the lost art of Snail Mail! Join us in the Marlboro Library community room on Thursday, August 31st from 11:00 am-12:00 pm. Together we will learn how to write a letter, address the …

Fall Children’s Programs
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Fall Children’s Programs

Registration begins Monday, September 11 at 10:00 a.m.
**Registration required**
Please note: The bus company is unable to provide us with a contract this year, therefore there will be no bus transportation available from the school to …

Brain Games!
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Brain Games!

Many games work your brain – some board games improve reasoning skills and logic, and there is always something new that can be learned!

The Library is currently looking for volunteers who know the rules to …

Yoga for Beginners
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Yoga for Beginners

Interested in trying something new, or maybe it’s been a while since your last yoga session?  Join us at the Library on September 14th, 21st and 28th at 7:00 pm for beginners’ yoga sessions.  These classes …

Library Closed- Labor Day- Mon. Sept. 4
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Library Closed- Labor Day- Mon. Sept. 4

Please note that the Library will be closed on Monday, September 4th in observance of Labor Day.

Library Card Class! Sep. 12, 7:00 pm
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Library Card Class! Sep. 12, 7:00 pm

UNLOCK THE VALUE OF YOUR LIBRARY!
September is Library Card Sign Up Month!  Have you lost your card? During the month of September, the Library will be waiving the usual five dollar fee for lost Library …

Wednesday, Sept. 27: Join us for Book Club
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Wednesday, Sept. 27: Join us for Book Club

All are welcome to join the Book Club!  On Wednesday, September 27,  Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and/or Shogun by James Clavell will be discussed. Copies have been ordered and will be available at the circulation desk …

Fundraiser Yard Sale- Sat. Sept. 30, 9am-2pm
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Fundraiser Yard Sale- Sat. Sept. 30, 9am-2pm

The Friends of the MFL will be setting up a table full of gently used items at the Farmer’s Market at Cluett-Schantz Park on Saturday, September 30 from 9am-2pm.  Come browse through a selection of …

Adult Coloring – Tues. Oct. 10, 7pm
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Adult Coloring – Tues. Oct. 10, 7pm

On Tuesday October 10 at 7:00 pm, adult coloring is back!  Rediscover your inner child and relax during our adult coloring session. The coloring pages offered will be a mix from our previous sessions!  Coloring can …

Visiting Author – Anthony Musso – Oct. 12, 7pm
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Visiting Author – Anthony Musso – Oct. 12, 7pm

Join us at the Marlboro Library on Thursday, October 12 at 7 pm for a presentation by local author, Anthony Musso, on his book Hidden Treasures of the Hudson Valley.
While mainstream historic sites in New …