Library closing early Thursday, January 16th.
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Due to inclement weather, the Library will close early today, Tuesday, January 16 at 5:00 p.m.
Please check back here for future weather related updates.

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Library closing early Thursday, January 16th.
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Library closing early Thursday, January 16th.

Due to inclement weather, the Library will close early today, Tuesday, January 16 at 5:00 p.m.
Please check back here for future weather related updates.

Children’s Spring Programs- Registration: Jan. 16
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Children’s Spring Programs- Registration: Jan. 16

REGISTRATION BEGINS:
Tuesday, January 16, 10:00 a.m.
*Registration required*

Wednesday, Jan. 31st: Join us for Book Club
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Wednesday, Jan. 31st: Join us for Book Club

All are welcome to join the Book Club!  On Wednesday, January 31st, The Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian  will be discussed. Copies have been ordered and will be available at the circulation desk for check-out for those who may wish to …

Take Your Child to the Library Day – Sat. Feb. 3
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Take Your Child to the Library Day – Sat. Feb. 3

Families!  Join us on Saturday February 3, at 12 pm in the community room for a day of fun at the Library!  Families with children from three years old to elementary ages are invited to …

Latest Print Newsletter!
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Latest Print Newsletter!

Our winter/spring issue of the Inside Story is here!  See all the latest Library news and upcoming programs in one place.  Click the image of the first page to read it now!

How to Create a Blog- Mon. Feb. 12
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How to Create a Blog- Mon. Feb. 12

Are you interested in creating your own blog but don’t know how or where to begin? On Monday, February 12 at 7:00 p.m. John Cary, professor of Management at Marist College, will teach attendees how …

Brain Games! Wednesdays, March-May, 10am-12pm
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Brain Games! Wednesdays, March-May, 10am-12pm

Join us at the Marlboro Library on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays from March through May, 10am-12pm, for some gaming fun!  Tables will be set up in our community room for those ages 55 and …

Remember the Ladies! Sunday, Mar. 11, 2pm
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Remember the Ladies! Sunday, Mar. 11, 2pm

Join us at the Marlboro Library on Sunday, March 11 at 2:00 pm to hear Linda Russell, an accomplished singer historian, lead you on a musical journey that ties into Women’s History Month.  Hear songs …

Pie Contest! – ‘Pi Day’ – Mar. 14, 6pm
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Pie Contest! – ‘Pi Day’ – Mar. 14, 6pm

Calling all pie makers!
The Library will be celebrating “Pi Day, or “π Day” (March 14th or 3.14) with a pie making contest!  Sign up to enter by filling out the form below, then submit it in …

Author Talk- Give Yourself Some Credit- Thurs. Mar. 22, 7pm
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Author Talk- Give Yourself Some Credit- Thurs. Mar. 22, 7pm

Join us in the Library community room on Thursday, March 22 to hear guest speaker and local author, John Panzella, discuss his book Give Yourself Some Credit.  He will focus on the tools and skill-sets associated with …

Butterflies: Habits & Habitats- Friday, Mar. 30, 2pm
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Butterflies: Habits & Habitats- Friday, Mar. 30, 2pm

Registration for this program opens February 27, 10am.
Kids!  Join us at the Library on Friday, March 30 at 2pm for Butterflies: Habits and Habitats.   This is a beautiful slide presentation of Eastern butterflies, by Jerry …

Author Talk- Hudson Valley Ruins- Thurs. Apr. 19, 7pm
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Author Talk- Hudson Valley Ruins- Thurs. Apr. 19, 7pm

Join us at the Library on Thursday April 19 at 7pm for a presentation by visiting authors, Rob Yasinac and Thomas Rinaldi, who will discuss their book, Hudson Valley Ruins, which will cover some of …