A representative from the Columbia County Health Department will be at the Library on Tuesday, October 13 at 6:30 p.m. to present a program about Lyme Disease. Learn or refresh your knowledge about how to recognize ticks, check for tick bites, remove ticks from you and your pets, know when to seek medical assistance. Keeping current with knowledge about this topic is a must for all of us who live and work in Columbia County. Call the Library at 758-9321 for more information or to register.
October: For Kids
Story Hour for Preschoolers: Tuesdays, October 6, 13, 20, 27 at 10:30 a.m. Fire Prevention, Pumpkins and more! Special Guest on October 13 – Firefighter Fran.
Halloween Craft Program for Kids 7 and Older: Wednesday, October 21 at 6:30 p.m. Create a Halloween design with beads– A witch, perhaps!
October: For Adults and Young Adults
Board of Trustees: Monday, October 5 at 7 p.m.
Book Club: Monday, October 12 at 7 p.m.
Lyme Disease – How to Prevent, Detect and Treat, a presentation by Victoria from the Columbia County Health Department: Tuesday, October 13 at 6:30 p.m. Victoria will be accompanied by a communicable diseases nurse, also from the Health Department.
Knitting / Crochet: Monday, October 26 at 7 p.m.
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER FOR THE CRAFT OR LYME DISEASE PROGRAMS, CALL 758-9321
FOR A LOOK AHEAD, CLICK ON 2015 FALL PROGRAMS AT THE TOP OF THE WEB PAGE.
On Thursday, July 23rd, Lori Ogden conducted a cake decorating workshop for the Valatie Free Library at St. Luke’s Fellowship Hall. At the end of the hour, the kids had created some beautifully decorated cakes. Thank you to Lori, and St.Luke’s for the use of the Hall.
This week we also welcomed Erica from the Children’s Museum at Saratoga who presented a program, “City by Design.” The kids designed and constructed buildings out of recyclables and then placed these buildings into a “city.” At this point, there was much discussion and planning about the best locations for the various buildings. Kids left this family program with an appreciation for city engineering. Thank you to Erica, Museum Educator, for a fun and informative Wednesday evening.
Each week on Tuesday afternoons in the gym of the Martin H. Glynn Municipal Building, you will find kids, crafts and a community hero. Yesterday, Tuesday, July 14, Valatie Mayor, Diane Argyle, was hero of the day and read several fables before the kids created some unique masks. The audience was thoroughly engrossed in her reading of these fables to the point that they “jumped” in unison at a particularly dramatic moment. Thank you, Mayor Argyle!
Impressive and Beautiful Photos! A Chance to Trade Photo Tips! Good Snacks! The Library Photo Exhibit at the Valatie Senior Center was the place to spend a couple of hours yesterday before heading back out into the wonderful sunny day. Thank you to the photographers, the people who attended the exhibit, the VNET volunteers who baked and the Village for the use of the Center. A very special thank you goes to JUDY HARRIS who spent several hours on Saturday helping to set up the exhibit and returned early on Sunday to make sure all the photos were just right for display.
Congratulations to the winners in 11 categories:
First Place: John Alicea, Claudia Bailey, Ken Bovat, Carol Denton, Sierra Dexheimer, Beth (Marie) Meehan, Paul Roberts, Marie Stark, Heather Sundwall
Second Place: Thomas Acey, John Alicea, Corey Dexheimer, Ralph Gorgone, Ian Hemingway, Dr. Joseph P. Lalka, Joan Lezette-Miller, Kelly Stammel, Heather Sundwall, Jean Thomas, Steve Wildermuth