Enriching Life & Increasing Knowledge – De-Clutter Your Home

February 9,   Tuesday   10 – Noon

Julie Ulmer presenting.

Get practical ideas on how to organize and de-clutter your work and living spaces.  Author of Minding Your Manor and columnist for the Chatham Courier, Julie Ulmer offers non-judgmental advice based upon her client’s goals.

Please call the Library to register.   Events are free and all are welcome!

“Enriching Life & Increasing Knowledge” – Adult Program Series funded, in part, by a grant from the Fund for Columbia County, a fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

Downton Abbey Tea – Fundraiser

March 5 Saturday   3 – 5 pm                $15.00

Enjoy an overview of Downton Abbey’s tea service followed by a delightful afternoon tea.

Held at the Malden Bridge Community Center

Prior reservations are required and may be purchased at the Library front desk.

Enriching Life & Increasing Knowledge – Having the Last Say: Capturing Your Legacy in One Small Story

March 8  Tuesday 10am – Noon

Alan Gelb.  Mr. Gelb takes life review out of the realm of memoir writing and journaling and makes the rich and timeless tradition of authentic storytelling accessible to those who have never considered themselves ‘writers’.  Having the Last Say: Capturing Your Legacy in One Small Story builds upon the work he has done with high school students to enable older people to engage in life review and create narratives that explore their values and beliefs.

Please call the Library to register. All events are open to anyone of any town or hamlet, and unless otherwise noted, FREE.

These programs are funded, in part, by a grant from the Fund for Columbia County, a fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

ARTS – A MUSICAL Journey through Irish Stories

March 6 Sunday     3 pm     

Bairbre McCarthy weaves her wondrous Irish tales, accompanied by fine instrumentalist Frank Orsini.  A truly enchanting afternoon for all ages.

Bairbre McCarthy is a seanchai (storyteller) and author from County Clare on Ireland’s west coast.  She is the founder of the children’s program at Catskills Irish Arts Week in East Durham.  she is also a teacher of English, French and Gifted Students.

Frank Orsini has been one of the prominent acoustic musicians of Upstate NY. He plays violin, viola, mandolin and Celtic harp.

All events are open to anyone of any town or hamlet, and unless otherwise noted, FREE.

This event is made possible with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the NYS Council on the Arts, administered in Columbia County by the Greene County Council on the Arts through the Community Arts Grants Fund.

Wine Tasting – Annual Fundraiser

April 2,  Saturday   5  to 7 pm

Chatham Wine and Liquors is our sponsor for this very popular event. Karen Kaczmar, owner, has had extensive experience with wine starting with classes at the New School in l978.

Held at the Trolley Station.

Cost $30.00

Reservations necessary.  Call the Library 766-3211 or stop in.