Friday October 14 • 3:30pm
Teens
Zombeanies
Forget candy…we want BRAINS!!! Take a plain beanie cap and add eyes, stitches, and of course brains to turn it into a zom-beanie. We’ll have all the supplies, and candy, […]
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Tuesday October 18 • 5:30pm
Teens
Writing the College Application Essay
  Have a college application essay you need to write? Don’t know where to start? In this workshop, led by a professional college essay coach, students will learn about writing the […]
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Wednesday October 19 • 6:30pm
Adults Teens,
BYOB Club
Bring Your Own Book Club – an unconventional book club! Find unexpected recommendations and share your recent faves. Everyone gets a few minutes to talk about up to three books. […]
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Saturday October 22 • 3pm
Adults Teens,
Shadows From My Past: Film Screening & Discussion
Shadows from My Past is a film about the tragic fate of one Austrian Jewish Family who fled the Nazis for the Hudson Valley. The film interweaves the memories of […]
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Friday October 28th • 3:30pm
Teens
The Great Jellybean Taste Test
Think you know jelly beans?  Prove it in this afternoon of competitive taste testing. Warning: there will be look-alike gross flavors!   Winner gets a prize. No registration required, meet […]
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Thursday November 3 • 6:30pm
Adults Teens,
Book Discussion: She Came to Slay
A discussion of the celebrated Harriet Tubman biography, She Came to Slay by Erica Armstrong Dunbar. Registration is not required, but if you register, you can pick up a FREE copy […]
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Wednesday November 9 • 6:30pm
Adults Teens,
BYOB Club
Bring Your Own Book Club – an unconventional book club! Find unexpected recommendations and share your recent faves. Everyone gets a few minutes to talk about up to three books. […]
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Tuesday November 22 • 6:30pm
Adults Teens,
Black is the Color: Film Screening
Join us for a screening of the 2016 documentary by director Jacques Goldstein. BLACK IS THE COLOR highlights key moments in the history of African-American visual art, from Edmonia Lewis’s […]
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Saturday December 3 • 2pm
Adults Teens,
Listening to the Ancestors: Black Feminists & Abolitionists Speak
A Literary and Historical Presentation By IONE IONE has unearthed the 19th Century stories of courageous and talented women and men in her family.  Feminists and abolitionists, authors and publishers, […]
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