Greenwood Lake. Library announces upcoming programs

| 08 Feb 2021 | 08:07

The Greenwood Lake Public Library is offering the following this month:

For adults

Chair Yoga with Sara

ZOOM classes every Monday from 11 a.m. to noon.

Basic genealogy

Saturday, Feb. 20, from 1 to 2 p.m. Have you ever wondered about your family history? Here is a chance to learn how to research your family tree!. This program will be presented via Zoom.

For children and young adults

Chris Mouse Quarantined – story time and puppet making on Saturday, Feb. 27. Local author Michael Schloegl will read his new book and also show participants how to make their own Chris Mouse puppets. Kits with all the necessary materials will be available for pickup prior to the program. Enrollment is limited so register soon. For ages 4 to 9 years.

Special programs for young children

The popular virtual story time with Ms. Kristin will continue to stream via the link at Registered children receive story-related craft packets. Another program, “Music Play Patrol,” offers entertaining musical adventures for young ones.

Registration and information

To register for any programs or to get additional information, go to the website or call 845-477-8377. Information, updates and/or additions are also posted on Facebook and Instagram.

The Greenwood Lake Public Library is currently open to the public for browsing and computer use every day during specified hours by appointment only.