Saturday Sept. 24 10-8 PM

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Saturday Sept. 24 10-8 PM
Fall 2016
At a Glance
Ongoing Events/
ESL Conversation
Class/ Practice your English with a tutor: Mondays
& Thursdays at 7 PM.
Basic Computer Help/
Mondays at 7 PM.
Memoir Writing with
Edith Glass/ One Friday a
month, 10:15 AM --12 noon.
Writers Forum/ Second
Saturdays at 11 AM.
The Chess Club/ meets
on the second, third, and
fourth Thursday from
6:30-8:45 PM. For all ages
and skill levels.
Senior Benefits Information/ Wednesdays from
10 AM -1 PM.
Meditation/ Mondays at
7 PM.
Backgammon/ 6:30 PM
First Thursday of the
month.
Speak Easy/ the Art of
Conversation Thursdays
at 1:30 PM
Literacy Volunteer
ESOL Tutor Training
Workshop —Saturday,
Sept 17, 24, Oct 1, 8, 22
& 29 — 9 am - Noon
Call 914 488-4250 for
sign-up. www.lvtarrytown.org
Coloring for Grown-ups/
Fridays from 2 –5 PM
SCORE Westchester/ a
Resource Partner of the
Small Business Administration, provides business
mentoring and counseling.
Contact:
www.scorewestchester.com
or call the SCORE office
at 914 948-3907.
Saturday
Sept. 24
from
10-8 PM
Once again Warner Library will be transformed into the
spookiest links on the Hudson River. Try your luck on either
the Graveyard or the Haunted House course as Warner Library
unearths two haunted harrowing mini golf challenges. Get
your tickets today. $10 for adults and $5 for children (per
course). Our annual fund raiser will benefit the renovation of
the third floor event rooms. Construction will start this fall.
As we begin construction on the program rooms, we will
have to take a hiatus from many of the popular programs we
offer on the third floor. We hope to resume our film and concert series as well as the many other presentations that take
place at the library in early spring 2017.
Look for signs at the library and ask us to guide you to the new locations of
those small group programs that we can keep going during construction.
HOT SPOT/ We are pleased to announce Wifi Hot Spots are available for
Warner patrons. No Internet at home?
Borrow ours for school papers & projects,
job search online, connecting your laptop
or tablet or even to follow your friends on
Facebook. If you are going on vacation
or expect a long wait in the doctor’s office, you can bring the Internet with you.
The Wifi Hotspot program is
The Madkoi String Quartet
for Warner Library cardholders in good-standing, 18 or
Sunday, September 11 at 2:30 PM/ featuring music ranging from classical and older. Loan period is 14 days.
contemporary to jazz and pop with Rose Hotspots are loaned on a
Xiu Yi Kow, Violin; Yoonjung Hwang, first-come, first-served basis.
For more information or to
violin; Jay Julio, Viola; and Camille
borrow a hotspot, visit the Reference
Dietrich, Cello.
Desk or call 914-631-7734.
Saturday and Sunday, October 15 & 16, 10 AM—5 PM/ Friends of Warner Library Book Sale! Look
for the big white tents on the lawn in front of the library, and stop by for bargain books, DVDs, and CDs.
(All concerts, programs, and events are funded by the Friends of the Library unless otherwise noted.)
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Gallery Exhibits
September/ Scott
Sager watercolors;
“Ichabod Alive” posters
October/ William Gary
abstract paintings
November/ Richard
Ross stone sculptures
& Madeline Wilson
photography; Peter
Siegel paintings
December/ Adam
Tramantano paintings
Book Groups
Thursday Book Group
7 PM/ October 13, When
Breath Becomes Air by Paul
Kalanithi. November 10,
Short stories by Saki.
Mystery Book Club/
Tuesdays at 3:30 PM
September 20, City of Veils
by Zoe Ferraris October 18,
Joyland by Steven King;
November 15, The Yiddish
Policeman’s Union by
Michael Chabon
Hadassah Westchester
Jewish Film Festival,
Mondays at 7PM
September 12/ The Angriest
Man in Brooklyn;
September 19/ Joan Rivers-A Piece of Work;
September 26/ Hava Nagila
(THE MOVIE)
Wednesday Afternoon
Movies at 2 PM
Sept 7/ Maggie's Plan,
Sept 14/ Love and Friendship
Sept 21/ Money Monster
Sept 28/ Black or White
Oct 5/ Sunset Song
Oct 19/ The Conjuring 2
LIBRARY HOURS
Monday
1-9 PM
Tuesday
10 AM-6 PM
Wednesday
10 AM-6 PM
Thursday
1-9 PM
Friday
10 AM-5 PM
Saturday
10 AM-5 PM
Sunday
1-5 PM
Closed: Sept ,5 Oct. 10,
Nov 11, Dec 24, 25, 26, and
Jan 1 & 2.
Events & Programs @ Your Library
Saturday, September 10 at 11:15 AM/ MELT Method Introductory Class
Discover a system that helps you ease chronic pain, prevent injury, and reduce
stress and tension. Sign-up required. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.
Saturday, September 10 at 2:00 PM/ Adult Summer Reading Party —Enjoy
refreshments, talk about your favorite and least favorite books, and find out who
is the winner of the Grand Prize! Call 631-7734 and let us know you're coming.
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Thursday, September 15 at 7 PM/ Sleepy Hollow resident, Kristen Timothy
Lankester, will introduce a film about the United Nations Conference on the rights
of women and girls worldwide held in Beijing, China in 1995.
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Thursday, September 22, 2:00-3:30 PM/ Mainstream Institute presents
Notorious New York City/ Events and People: Boss Tweed, Police
Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt, Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton. All
welcome! Sign up at the Reference Desk or call 914-631-7734.
Thursday, September 22, at 7PM/ Elizabeth Kemble of Travellati Tours will give
an illustrated talk on David Bowie’s Berlin and the places he frequented, such
as the Neues Ufer café, and the Hansa Studios, where he recorded several
albums. Call 631-7734 to tell us you are coming.
Tuesday, September 27 from 10 AM– 2 PM/ Flu shots courtesy of Walgreens.
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Thursday, September 29 at 7 PM/ Beaded Bracelets with Blanca Medina,
a former beading instructor in Peru. She currently gives lessons in her home and
works at Michael’s as a bead instructor. Sign up at the Reference Desk.
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Saturday, October 1 at 2 PM/ Beaded Earrings expert Joan Lloyd will show
you how to make unique and beautiful beaded earrings. For every pair you keep,
a pair will be donated to the Women’s Shelter. For Adults and Teens.
Registration is requested at 914-631-7734.
Thursdays, October 6, 13 & 20, and November 3 & 10 at 3 PM/
Voices of Opera/ Susan Grunthal of the Westchester Collegium will present a
study of opera's greatest performances. Registration is requested at 631-7734.
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Wednesday, October 5 at 7PM/ Film: "I'm Not Racist . . . Am I?" Sponsored
by Rivertowns Episcopal Parishes Action on Inclusion and Race (REPAIR).
Discussion and Q & A will follow with producer Andre Lee. To reserve seats or for
further information, visit www.repairrivertowns.org, or call 914-591-8194.
Thursday, October 6 at 7 PM/ Best Practices for the Care of Trees with Deirdre
Carsto and Lisa Montana. Sponsored by Tarrytown Tree Commission, TEAC
and Rivertowns League of Women Voters.
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Saturday, October 8 at 11 AM/ Alexander Technique — Carol Strozier will
guide participants in the Alexander Technique method of stress relief and pain
management. This is a participatory program, so wear exercise or comfortable
clothes. To sign-up call 914-631-7734.
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Saturday, October 8 at 2:30 PM/ Friends of the Library Concert – Vent
Nouveau - “Great Music—No Strings Attached,” featuring musicians who are
passionate about repertoire for winds, brass, and percussion.
Saturday, October 8 at 2 PM/ Local poet Natalie Safir will read from her new
poetry collection, Eyewitness.
Thursday, October 13 at 7 PM/ Little Gardens of Tarrytown presents “Creating
Serene Gardens.” with Jan Johnson, noted author and landscape designer.
Refreshments.
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Friends of the Library Book Sale October 15 and 16
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Storytimes
For All
Our fall storytime session begins Tuesday, September 6 and ends Friday, December 16.
Mondays at 4 PM/ Stories & More for pre-K through
2d grade. September 12—Back to school with Viola
Swamp and the poems of Jack Prelutsky; September 19
-Talk Like a Pirate Day; September 26 - Happy birthday
Johnny Appleseed.
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Tuesdays at 11:15 AM/ Bouncing Babies – for babies
not yet walking, with caregivers.
Tuesdays at 3:30 PM/ Tales for Tots – for little ones of
all ages, with caregivers.
Wednesdays at 10:15 and 11:15 AM/ It’s Toddlerific!
– for ages one – three years, with caregivers; you may
attend one per week.
Tuesday, September 13 – Friday, September 16 —So
Long, Farewell, Adios: Monarchs Up, Up and Away!
Our youngest Citizen Scientists will learn about Monarch butterflies. Take part in a symbolic migration project through stories and a craft. During our regularly
scheduled Storytimes.
Fridays at 10:30 AM/ Cuentos y Canciones – for all
ages
Thursday evenings, once a month at 7 PM/ Teddy
Bear Stories, for all ages.
Saturday Stories, for all ages, are held twice a month
at 11:30 AM.
Thursday Craft Table once a month from 3 – 8 PM,
Pick-a-Book Picnic at TASH in Patriots Park/ Saturday, September 10 @ 11:30 AM/ Apples, Apples, Everywhere: Stamp an Apple Tree. Stories and crafts for all ages. October 8 @ 11:30 AM / Celebrate Hispanic
Heritage Month: Paper bag piñatas and more! Storytimes will be held in the library in case of rain.
Back-to-school time is library card time! Your child’s
library card opens the door to a lifetime love
of reading, and offers a key to academic success. In the library, use the card to borrow
books, DVDs, preloaded tablets, Kindles and
more. Access the library’s computers to do
homework, play games, and register for ABC
Mouse, a fun, interactive website for children
in pre-K - 2d grade. Use the library card at
home to borrow e-books, comics, magazines
and more. Children in kindergarten and above, or who
can write their first name, are eligible for library cards.
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September 8 at 7:45 PM and continuing on alternate
Thursdays—The Math Workout/ A math challenge for
Middle school students coached by local parent, Noah
Zamdmer, Ph.D. Bring paper, pencil and a clipboard.
Questions? contact [email protected]
Tuesday, September 13 at 4 PM/ Celebrate Roald Dahl’s
100th Birthday! The original animated classic, The BFG,
will be shown in the Children’s Room.
Colors, by Menen Cottin a book written in braille for the
blind. We’ll learn about a day in the life of Gus, her guide
dog and Ms. Pulsoni.
Tuesday, October 4/ Cast your vote for the Most Memorable Book Character—ballots will be available in the
Children’s Room. Candidates will include: Ramona
Quimby, Things 1 & 2, Harry Potter, Severus Snape, Bilbo
Baggins, Amelia Bedelia and more.
Monday, October 17 at 6:30 PM / What Bird Would You
Be? We’ll share Am I Like You? by Laura Erickson
and take the Cornell Lab of Ornithology quiz to discover
our birdy identities. For K-4th graders.
Thursday, October 20 at 4 PM/ Owl Pellet Discovery –
what did that owl eat, anyway? Create a scary skeleton with
the bones you find. Sign up starts Oct. 3. For grades 3 and up.
Thursday, October 20 at 6:30 PM/ Readers Rule, Book
Club for grades 3 – 5. Please contact [email protected]
to sign up for Fall’s first meeting to discuss Waylon! One
Awesome Thing by Sara Pennypacker.
Thursday, September 15 at 6:30 PM/ Two Classic Caribbean Folk Tales with storyteller Flor Bromley. Join
Flor for a puppet show of Juan Bobo and Martina the
Cockroach. For the whole family.
Saturday, October 22 from 1:30 – 3 PM/ on the 3rd floor
Creepy Carnival! Wear your costume to our annual Halloween party for kids of all ages. Games, crafts, & refreshments.
Thursdays, September 29 & October 6, at 6: 30 PM/
Take Me Out To The Movies! Get ready to cheer on your
teams this baseball playoff season with a classic baseball
movie each evening.
Friday, September 30 at 4 PM/ Sleepy Hollow resident
Rita Pulsoni will read aloud The Black Book of
Sleepy Hollow and the Rotary Club, the Children's Room
has littleBits. LittleBits are electronic building blocks that
provide kids the opportunity to become inventors, fostering
their confidence, critical thinking, and teamwork skills.
LittleBits are designed for children ages 8 and older. Call
the Children’s Room for more information.
Thanks to generous grants from the Kids’ Club of Tarrytown and
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Programas y Eventos para Niños
¡Cuentos para Todos! 9/6-12/16
Historias y Más - Lunes a las 4:00 pm (pre-K – 2º
grado) Al regreso a la Escuela: 12 de Septiembre
con Viola Swamp y poemas por Jack Prelutsky, 19
de Septiembre Habla como un Pirata, y 26 de Septiembre Feliz Cumpleaños a Johnny Appleseed.
Bebés Saltarines - Martes a las 11:15am (bebés que
no caminan)
Historias para Pequeñitos - Martes a las 3:30pm
(para todas edades)
Cuentos Terríficos - Miércoles a las 10:15am y
11:15 am (1-3 años) Usted puede atender solo una
sesión.
Cuentos y Canciones / Viernes de Fiesta - Viernes a las 10:30
am Historias en Inglés y Español para todas las edades.
Tiempo de historias del Osito Teddy y manualidades – Jueves a las 7pm (una vez al mes)
Mesa de Manualidades - Una vez al mes, los Jueves a las 38pm.
Historias de los Sábados, dos veces al mes a las 11:30am
Sábado, 10 de Septiembre a las 11:30 am Picnic de Libros en
el Parque: Pinta un Manzano con sellos hecho de manzanas.
Cuentos, cantos y manualidades de una gran variedad.
Sábado 8 de Septiembre a las 11:30 am Picnic de
Libros: Celebrando la Herencia Hispana: ¡Piñatas
de Papel y much más! Para todas las edades.
¡Tiempo de ir a la escuela es tiempo de inscribir para una tarjeta! Una tarjeta les brinda el amor de leer y les
ayuda a sus hijos exigir en la escuela. Con una tarjeta se puede sacar libros, DVDs, tabletas, audiolibros y mucho más. También, se puede usar la tarjeta para utilizar las computadoras para accesar sitios de web educativos
como ABCmouse.com. Inscríbe a sus niños en el mes de Septiembre para recibir un premio especial. Niños en
Jardín de Infancia en adelante o quienes escriben su primer nombre pueden obtener una tarjeta.
Jueves, 8 de Septiembre @ 7:45pm/ Reto de
Matemáticas – Maestro Noah Zamdmer estará
disponible para ayudar y entrenar estudiantes para
competencias de Matemática. Clases se reúnen
cada otro jueves en el Salón de Niños empezando.
Martes, 13 de Septiembre @ 4pm/ Celebra el
cumpleaños del autor Roald Dahl con la película The BFG en el Salón de Niños.
Martes, 4 de Octubre a
las 4 pm / Vota por sus
favoritos personajes de
las historias más memorables. Boletos estarán disponibles en el Salón de
Niños.
Lunes, 17 de Octubre a las 6:30/
¿Si usted pudiera ser un pájaro, que
pájaro serás? Venga a escuchar el libro
¿Soy como Tú? por Laura Erickson y
tomarán el examen para descubrir su
pájaro alta ego. Para ninos en K-4º
grado.
Martes, 13 de Septiembre hasta Viernes, 16 de
Septiembre /¡Adios Monarcas, Arriba Arriba!
Científicos juveniles participarán en una migración simbólica a través de historias y manualidades durante las horas de cuentos.
Jueves, 20 de Octubre a las 6:30 pm /
Club de Lectura: Readers Rule para
niños de 3º-5º grado.
Vamos a leer y discutir Waylon! One
Awesome Thing por Sara Pennypacker.
Llama a Patty en el Salón de Niños para
inscribir.
Jueves, 15 Septiembre a las 6:30 pm en el Salón
de Niños / Dos Cuentos Folklóricos y Clásicos del Caribe con Flor Bromley: Celebrando
el Mes de la Herencia Hispana / Reúnase con
actriz, cantante, narradora de cuentos y titiritera
Flor Bromley para un show interactivo, divertido,
y bilingüe de dos cuentos clásicos; Juan Bobo y
La Cucarachita Martina. Para toda la familia.
Jueves, 29 de Septiembre y 6 de Octubre a las
6:30 pm / Vengan a aclamar sus equipos favoritos
de Béisbol y vea películas de este deporte divertido.
Viernes, 30 de Septiembre a las 4 pm /
Residente de Sleepy Hollow, Rita Pulsoni, leerá
en voz alta El Libro Negro de Colores por
Menena Cottin; escrito en Braille. Su perro Gus
estará con ella y aprenderá de la vida de
ellos.
Jueves, 13 de Octubre a las 7:15 en el
primer piso / Relatador de Cuentos;
Jonathan Kruk presentara Los Fantasmas de Sleepy Hollow. Leyendas
espantosas de muchas figuras locales
incluyendo La Llorona Blanca; cuentos
apropiados para niños de 8 años en adelante y adultos de todas edades.
Gracias a las becas de Kids’
Club y el Club de Rotary, el
Salón de Niños tiene littleBits.
LittleBits son bloques electrónicos que brindan niños la
oportunidad de ser inventores a
la vez desarrollando su auto estima, su razonamiento crítico y sus
habilidades trabajando en equipos. Anoten sus calendarios para
nuestros talleres los jueves y
sábados por la tarde empezando
este otoño. LittleBits son designados para niños de 8 años en adelante. Favor de llamar el Salón
de Niños para inscribir.
Jueves, 20 Octubre a las 4 pm /
Investigación de Búhos
¿Que comió el búho? Crea un esqueleto
con los huesos que encontrarán. Para
niños en 3º grado en adelante. Inscríbase
el 3 de Octubre.
Sábado, 22 de Octubre a las 1:30 pm /
Carnaval Espantoso
Venga disfrazado a la fiesta
de Halloween para todas
edades. Juegos, manualidades,
refrescos y mucho más.
¡Felicidades a quienes participaron en
el programa de Lectura!
Serving the Villages of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow since 1929
Programas y Eventos para Adultos
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Domingo, 11 de Septiembre de 11 a 2:30 PM/ Concierto – Cuarteto de Cuerdas Madkoi
Sábado 15 y Domingo 16 de Octubre de 10 AM a 5 PM/ Venta de libros auspiciado por los amigos de la Biblioteca!!
Sábado 10 de Septiembre a las 11:15 AM/ MELT, Método introductorio para aprender fácilmente a reducir el dolor crónico, el
estrés y la tensión. Se requiere registración. Llame al 631-7734.
Sábados 17, 24 de Septiembre y 1, 8,22 y 29 de Octubre de 9 AM a 12 PM. Taller de entrenamiento para tutores de Inglés
como Segunda Lengua (ESOL). Registrarse en el escritorio de Referencia o llamando al 914-488-4250. www.lvtarrytown.org
Jueves 22 de Septiembre de 2 a 3:30 PM/ El Instituto Mainstream presenta: Notorious New York City/ una historia de eventos y
gente. ¡Todos son bienvenidos! Registrarse en el escritorio de referencia o llame al 914-631-7734
Jueves 22 de Septiembre, 2016 a las 7 PM / Elizabeth Kemble de la oficina de turismo Travellati, hablará e ilustrará sobre los
lugares que frecuentaba David Bowie durante sus tres años en Berlín .
Martes 27 de Septiembre de 10 AM a 2 PM/ Vacunas para la influenza estarán disponibles en la Biblioteca, una cortesía de
Walgreens.
Jueves 29 de Septiembre a las 7 PM/ Haga su propia pulsera con Blanca Medina. Registración es requerida.
Octubre
Sábado 1 de Octubre a las 2 PM/ Haga sus propios aretes con Joan Lloyd. Para adultos y adolescentes. Para registrarse llame al 914
- 631-7734.
Jueves 6, 13 y 20 de Octubre y 3 y 10 de Noviembre de 10 AM a 3 PM/ Voces de Opera/ Susan Grunthal del Westchester
Collegium presentará un estudio de las más grandes presentaciones de Opera. Llamar al 914-631-7734 para registrarse.
Miércoles 5 de Octubre a las 7 PM / La película “ I’am not Racist……Am I? (No soy racista… lo soy? ) patrocinado por la
Parroquia Episcopal Rivertowns, Acción, Inclusión y Raza (REPAIR).
Jueves 6 de Octubre a las 7 PM/ Mejores prácticas para el cuidado de los árboles, con Deirde Carsto and Lisa Montana. Auspiciado
por la Comisión del Arbol de Tarrytown, TEAC y la Liga de Mujeres Votantes de Rivertowns.
Sábado 8 de Octubre a las 11 AM/ Técnica Alexander – Un método de alivio del estrés y manejo del dolor. Este será un programa
participativo, por favor vista ropa cómoda o de ejercicio . Para registrarse llame al 631-7734
Sábado 8 de Octubre a las 2:30 PM/ Amigos de la Biblioteca Warner presentan el concierto Vent Nouveau, “Buena Música – sin
ataduras” con instrumentos de viento y percusión.
Sábado 8 de Octubre a las 2 PM/ La poeta de la localidad Natalie Safir, leerá poemas de su nuevo libro.
Jueves 13 de Octubre a las 7 PM/ El Pequeño Jardín de Tarrytown presenta “Creación de un Jardín Tranquilo” con Jan Johnson.
Habrá refrigerio.
Jueves 13 de Octubre a las 7:15 PM/ El Maestro narrador Jonathan Kruk presenta “Los Fantasmas de Sleepy Hollow” para niños
mayores de 8 años y adultos de todas las edades.
Lunes 17 de Octubre a las 7 PM/ Vida Limpia con Jean Schumecker. Como reducir la exposición a substancias químicas toxicas,
compras inteligentes y siéntase mejor.
Lunes 24 de Octubre a las 7 PM/ Whole Food Plant-Based Living – WFPB, Un estilo de vida que te anima a consumir muchos
vegetales, frutas, alverjas, frejol, lentejas, soya, semillas y nueces. Regístrese en el escritorio de referencia.
Jueves 27 de octubre de 2 a 3:30 PM/D_DAY to Berlín - Conferencia con diapositivas presentada por Westchester Community
College, Mainstream Institute for Mature Adults. Regístrese en el escritorio de referencia.
Domingo 30 de Octubre a las 2 PM/ “La leyenda del Norte de Tarrytown” una versión cómica de un cuento familiar con John
Marshall. En Reading Room. Habrá refrigerio.
Noviembre
Jueves 3 de Noviembre 3 a las 7 PM/ Hemingway in Paris/ Elizabeth Kemble of Travellati Tours, dará una charla ilustrada de
Hemingway en París y los sitios que el frecuentó.
Lunes 7 de Noviembre a las 7 PM/ Linkedln para buscadores de trabajo. Registración es requerida, llame al 631-7734
Jueves 10 de Noviembre a las 7 PM/ El Actor Alan Sklar leerá historias escritas por Saki.
Lunes 14 de Noviembre a las 7 PM/ Taller de introducción a Facebook, para todas las edades. Traiga sus dispositivos móviles.
Regístrese en el departamento de Reference.
Programas de Adolecentes
Lunes 26 de Septiembre a las 7 PM/ Noche de Pokeman Go - Agárralos todos en la Biblioteca. Batalla por el Demter Panel Gynm.
Aprenda un poco sobre la historia de Pokeman.
Lunes 17 de Octubre, Jueves 20 de Octubre, Lunes 24 de Octubre y Jueves 27 de Octubre a las 7 PM/ Enseña tu Halloween. Un
curso de electrónica para adolescentes. Aprenda como conectar circuitos simples en telas y materiales de conducción para crear trajes
interactivos. Reciba 10 horas de servicio a la comunidad si usted termina la clase y marcha en el desfile de Halloween en Tarrytown.
Regístrese temprano porque el espacio es limitado. Para edades desde 12 años.
Jueves 29 de Septiembre a las 6:30 PM/ Nuevas reglas para aplicar FAFSA presentado by College Planning 101. Regístrese al 6317734
Sábado 5 de Noviembre de 10:30 am – 2:30 PM/Taller de Niñeras para Adolescentes. Un certificado será proporcionado al final del
taller. Para niños y niñas de 5th grado en adelante. Registración es requerida, Llame al 631-7734
Películas del Miércoles por las tardes, 2 PM —7 de Septiembre / El Plan de Maggie ( Maggie’s Plan); 14 de Septiembre/ Amor y Amistad (Love
and Friendship); 21 de Septiembre/ Monstro de Dinero ( Money Monster); 28 de Septiembre/ Blanco y Negro (Black and White); 5 de Octubre/
Canción de la Puesta del Sol (Sunset Song); 19 de Octubre/ El Conjuro 2 (The Conjuring 2)
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Steven & Carol Dodson
Gerard & Josephine Donohue
Angel Dopico
Bradley Dorfman
Jeffrey & Mary Drake
James & Christina Grillo Dravillas
William & Mary Jane Driscoll
Jane Dubin & Margaret Liston
Trudy Dunbar
Javier Dyer
Stephen Dyott
Patricia Eade
Laurie Edelman
Carol Endres
Robert & Nancy Errico
Gloria Esteves
Hedwig Eulau
Lance & Patricia Evans
Jack Faber
Karen Farkas
Stephen Feiman
Jeremy Fiegelson & Eugenia Allen
Thomas Finn
Charles Fischetti
Jeffrey Fisher
Drew Fixell & Victoria Hudson
Jason Forest
Judith Forrest
Jessica Fox
Eduardo Fraga
Patricia Frame
Maureen Freida
Janet Freund
Gary Friedland
Barbara B Friedlich
John & Joy Furtado
Josephine Galgano
Mark & Anneliese Galgano
John & Domenica Galindo
Dean Gallea
Greg Galloway
Darren & Rachelle Gebler
Yoram & Felice Gelman
David Glickhouse
Thomas & Liza Glover
Abraham & Catherine Golub
Sam & Michele Gonzalez
Helen G Goodman
Susan Goodwin
Steven Gosset & Julia Pomeranz
Robbins Gottlock
Robert Greiner
Carole Griffiths
Benjamin & Diane Gross
Ann E Grow
Ahmet Gursoy
Muriel Hahn
Betty Sue Hanson
Edward & Elisa Hardy
Michael & Yasmine Hargrove
Martha Harold
Aubrey & Sylvia Hawes
Mary Healy
Diane Hegarty
Eleanor & Bruce Heister
Herbert Hennas
William & Katharine Hennessey
Sally Herguth
William & Elizabeth Herguth
Rafael & Mary Herrera
David Hick & Lynne Kassabian
Joanne Hickcox
Glenn & Susan Higgins
Maureen Higgins
Christine Hill
John & Theresa Hill
Dave & Marcella Hille
Adam & Kathleen Hinge
David Hodgson
Gloria Hofgartner
James Hogan
James Holliday
David Huber & Gwenn Glover
Gregory & Ann Hull
James & Dorthea Hull
Eleanor Hunt
Lynn Hurley
Burton & Hedda Hurvich
Leonard & Judith Hyman
Maria Ilardi
Elio Ippolito
Agnes Jackman
Beverly Rose Jansen
Eleanor Jass
Keith Jenkins & Christina Blatt
Barry Johnson & Niamh Fitzgerald
Hugh and Carol Jones
Nancy Jones
Paul & Bonnie Junker
Frank & Laura Kaiman
Barbara Kapetanakes
Natalie Kase
Renee Kashuba
Sally Kellock
Josephine Kelly
Julianne Kelly
Ellen Kennes
Joan Kent
Christopher & Lynn Keogh
Paul & Ruth Keppler
David Kezur
Carolyn Kihm
Robert & Lee Kimmel
Michael & Meryl Klekman
Robert & Margaret Kogan
Elizabeth Konyicsak
Eileen Koslow
Monique Kozlowski
John & Margaret Kraft
John A. Krall
Thomas Kramer
Joseph & Mary Jane Kratovil
Lawrence Kraus
Roger Kubarych
George & Madeleine Kubicek
Janice Kwan & Melissa Hoodlet
Elizabeth & Reg Laite
Kinny & Janice Landrum
Mary Lane
John Lanzetta & Judith Rapiejko
Craig & Laura Laub
Thomas & Kathleen Lauro
Gloria Lazar
Michael & Marcia Lechner
Nancy Leddy
Nicholas & Carmela Legnini
Nelson Lesmo
Judith Lesser
Mary Lester
Judith Levine
Richard & Beth Lewis
Annette Leyden
Susan Lichten
B. Joseph Lillis
Thomas Lindon & Kathleen Wall
Howard Lipson
Edith Litt
Miriam Lorador
Norman Lotz
John & Katy Lough
Harry & Linda Lubell
Aaron & Jennifer Lucchetti
Daniel & Linda Lucia
Arlene Lustyik
Douglas & Diane Maass
Margaret Maguill
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Evelyn & Khosrow Majidi
Carol Manca
David & Sheila Maloy
Laurence & Shelley Markowitz
Jon Marks
Jon & Terry Ann Marshall
MaryAnn Marshall
Fiona Mathew
Claudia Mausner
Bill McBride
William & Kate McCabe
Robert & Sharman McCoach
Kevin & JoAnn McDermott
Ellen McDonough
John & Mary Lee McGee
Raymond & Rebecca McGovern
Marie McGraw
Mary McGuire
Cornelia McKeige
Amy McLaughlin
Peggy McLaughlin
Jill McManus
Marilynn J. McReddie
Stephen Medwid
Georgia Mellis
Jay & Ethel Melnick
Michael Miernik
Stephen & Regina Mignogna
Dickerson & Jennifer Miles
Augusto & Susan Montero
Janet Morgan
Randie Moss
Linda Motelson
Hal & Ina Muchnick
Barbara Muldoon
Paul Mule
Pat & Sonya Munroe
Bridget Murphy
Margaret Murphy
Donald & Frances Murray
Jo Anne Murray
Paula Mursell
Janet Myers
Nicholas & Marie Nardullo
David & Ann Neilsen
Ralph & Katharine Nixon
John Nolon
John Norwood & Anne Ocone
Abraham & Cynthia Ofer
Elizabeth Olds
Mary Kay Olson
Joan Oltman
Roland & Pauline O'Neal
Teresa Orandello
Fergus & Louise O'Sullivan
Orlando Pagan
Mona Page
Violet R Paretti
Norman Parton & Ellie Becker
Linda Perlmutter
Jill Perlstein
Charles & Caroline Persell
John & Maureen Petry
Ann Phillips
Lillian Phillips
Paul & Rosemary Phillips
Michael & Margaret Piedimonte
Barbara Pierson
Patricia Pinckney
Michael & Chris Pirozzi
Barbara Pisano
Richard Plano & Kathy Yeager
Kate Plowden
Clarice Pollack
Lorenzo & Ferrel Porcelli
James Pulsoni
Olympia Quarto
Angel Quichimbo
James & Nancy Quinn
Rebecca Thomas
Veronica Regazzi
Gonzalo & Amanda Reimundez
Richard & Rozelle Rennert
Sheila Resino
Hildegard Rexing
Berkeley & Annegret Rice
Morgan Rider
Kathi Righetti
Barbara Robertson
Nicholas & Shelley Robinson
Lia Angela Rodriguez
Jacqueline Rosay
Richard & Joan Rose
Naomi Rosenberg
Elizabeth Rossi
Richard Rowlands
Louis & Ann Rubenzahl
Steven Rudder & Kathy Yeager
Todd & Roberta Ruppel
S. Edward Rutland
John & Suzan Ryan
Gail Saldis
Linda Sama
Leonard Sander
Robert M. Sanders
Karen Savage
Peter Schaffer
Jean Schatz
Andrew & Mary Schnog
Jay & Laurie Schulz
Raymond Schroeder
Robert & Heidi Schwartz
Wolfgang & Susan Schwarz
Clementine Scogna
Katie Scully
Elizabeth Segal
Jay & Florence Seligman
Kathryn Semenza
Lori Semeraro
Emma Serina
Lynne Shafer
Ronald & Birgit Simcoe
Judith Singer
Robert & Ruth Singleton
Brenda Slade
Netta Sloboda
Dr. Joseph & Oksana Slywka
Ludlow Smethurst
Howard & Beverly Smith
Jim & Valerie Smith
Edward & Patricia Sohn
Amy Spiridakis
Sandra Spivak
Barbara Gunther Staiano
Joyce Stanton
Barbara Stevens
John Stevenson
John & Annette Stiloski
Ellen Stone
Morris & Nancy Storck
Alfred Strasser
Patrick & Linda Studley
Edward & Jean Sudol
Anna Sullo
Peter Tagni
Georgia Tambakos
Maurice & Gloria Tannenbaum
Patrick & Anne Taylor
Connie Thiel
Henry & Karen Thomas
Joanne Tinsley
Mary Tobias
Mafalda Tornello
Wanda Tracy
Joseph Trainor
Ernest Uthgenannt
Andres Valdespino & Michelena Hallie
Veronica Vallo
Maarten Van Hengel
Tara Van Tassell
Glenn Taylor
Ann Vanderberg
Dorothy Vankirk
Ann Marie Variano
Joe & Roseann Venturini
Jon & Gina Vercesi
Antonio & Irene Vidal
Jack & Linda Viertel
Helene Volpe
Eric & Nicole Wagner
Joan Wald
Thomas & Nobuko Walek
Mary Lou Walker
Diana Walpuck
John E Walsh
Dagmar I. Walter
Ashley & Mimi Weare
Matt Weidner
Ron Weinstein
Mark & Maelia Weisenberg
Richard Weiss & Joan Levy
Thomas Weiss & Priscilla Read
Herbert & Javanika Weltig
James West
Rita Wexler
George & Joyce Whalen
William Wheeler
Barrett Whitcomb
Allen Williams
Robert Williams
Jean Wilson
Emmett & Catherine Wolfe
Susan Ann Wortman
Kenneth Wray & Lynn Moffat
Christopher Wynne
Bertha Yurczak
Salvatore & Anna Zambelletti
Peter & Carol Zegarelli
Janet Zeman
Rosemary Zeoli
Robert & Marion Zinman
We also thank all the organizations
& companies for their support &
Matching gifts
A Nu Toy Store Corp
A.R.T Images & Graphics
A1 Computer Services
Allan M Block Agency Inc.
AmazonSmile
American Muslim Wm Association
Bibille BLTT Inc
Coffee Labs Roasters, Inc.
DoubleTree
Eclipse Hair Salon
EF International Language Schools
Family YMCA @ Tarrytown
Fortnightly Club
Goldberg Hardware
Grape Expectations
Great Taste of China
Helen Schlaffer Foundation
Heritage Frame
Hill and Dale Garden Club
HSBC, Inc
Hudson Homes LLC
Hudson Independent
IBM International Foundation
Junior League of Westchester
Keating Electric & Technologies
Kendal on Hudson Residence Assoc
Lefteris Gyro, Inc
Little Gardens
Millar Tree Specialists
Office Dynamics, Inc
Ontrack Sport Center
Philipse Manor Garden Club
PHR Center for Electrolysis
ProfTech Workplace Solutions
Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns
Rey Insurance Agency
Rivertown Runners
Seven Eleven
Sharon Camlic Consulting
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
Sleepy Hollow Manor Garden Club
Tarrytown Floral Designs
Tarrytown Honda
Verizon Treasury
Visa Givingstation
Westover Landscaping
Peter J Zambelleti CPA
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Thursday, October 13 at 7:15 PM/ Master story
teller Jonathan Kruk presents The Ghosts of
Sleepy Hollow, haunting stories full of local lore and
spirits including the Wailing White Lady. For children
8 and older, and adults of all ages!
.
Monday, October 17 at 7 PM/ Clean Living with
Jean Schumacher. How To Reduce Exposure To
Toxic Chemicals. Shop smarter, live greener, and
feel better.
Monday, October 24 at 7 PM/ Whole Food PlantBased Living - Prescription for a Healthy Future
A WFPB lifestyle encourages lots of vegetables
fruits, beans, seeds, nuts, etc. Sign up at Reference.
.
.
Thursday, November 10 at 7 PM/ Voice-over actor
Alan Sklar reads stories by Saki.
Monday, November 14 at 7 PM/ — Introduction to
Facebook, a workshop for all ages. Bring your
mobile devices. Sign up at Reference Desk.
Saturday, November 19 at 7 PM/ Local Author
David Neilsen will read from his book Dr. Fell and
the Playground of Doom for kids of all ages.
Monday, November 21 at 7 PM/ Our Librarian in
Havana: Hemingway's Cuba, with Diana Lennon
and Nancy Coradin.
Teen Programs
.
Thursday, October 27, 2:00-3:30 PM/ D-Day to
Berlin -- Follow the Allies as they plan and execute
the largest invasion in history and then push their
way to victory in Europe. Presented by WCC
Mainstream Institute for Mature Adults. Sign up at
the Reference Desk.
.
Sunday, October 30 at 2 PM/ “The Legend of North
Tarrytown,” a comic version of a familiar tale with
John Marshall. In the Reading Room –
Refreshments will be served.
.
Monday, October 31, from 1PM--9 PM — Warner
Trick-Or-Treat —Calling all ghosts, ghouls, and
goblins! Haunt the Library for delicious treats and a
safe trick-or-treating experience!
November
Thursday, November 3 at 7 PM/ Hemingway in
Paris Elizabeth Kemble, of Travellati Tours, will give
an illustrated talk on Hemingway's Paris and the
places that he frequented, such as La Closerie des
Lilas, where he wrote The Sun Also Rises, as well
as the famous people he associated with, including
Gertrude Stein and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Monday, November 7 at 7PM/ LinkedIn for Job
Seekers —Learn how to use LinkedIn to search for
jobs and brand yourself at this free program with
Social Media guru Cheryl Williams. Registration is
required. Call 914-631-7734 to sign up.
Monday, September 26 at 7 PM/ Pokemon Go
Night — Catch 'em all at the library. Battle for the
Demter Panel Gym. Learn a little Pokemon History.
..
Thursday, September 29 at 6:30 PM/ The New
Rules for Filing FAFSA presented by College
Planning 101. Learn the ins and outs of the new
rules and find more ways of saving and finding
money for college. Sign up required. Call 631-7734.
.
Monday, October 17, Thursday, October 20,
Monday, October 24 and Thursday October 27 at
7 PM/ Tech Up Your Halloween: A Wearable
Electronics Course for Teens -- Learn how to attach
simple circuits to fabric and conductive materials to
create interactive costumes. Receive 10 hours
community service credit if you finish the class and
march in the Tarrytown Halloween parade. Bring
your own costume to enhance. Sign up early
because space is limited. For ages 12 and up.
Saturday, November 5 from 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM/
Teen Babysitting Workshop Join this 4 hour
babysitting workshop with Denise Schirmer and
learn everything you need to know to work with
young children and handle your babysitting job
responsibly. Certificate is provided at workshop
end. For boys and girls, 5th grade and up. Sign-up
required, call 914-631-7734.
Friends of the Library Book Sale October 15 & 16, 10
AM
–5
Sept. 9, 2016
PM

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