Join Sheriff David Bartlett and staff of the Col. Cty. Dept. of Health to learn about safety at home and while traveling. Also hear about health-related programs enabling seniors to live safely and healthily at home.
Can’t sleep? Erika Just, Albany Med. Ctr. Sleep Clinic Mgr, and Amanda Nuccio, HVCC Sleep Program Instructor, will talk about how sleep changes as we age, and how to get a good night’s rest. Held at the Malden Bridge Community Center.
Acclaimed artist Victor Juhasz describes the challenges and limits of creating political satire when reality already trumps fiction. Juhasz has illustrations in a number of high-profile publications including Rolling Stone, The Nation, GQ, The American Prospect, Time, Newsweek, and the Canadian magazine The National Observer.
Naloxone has been fundamental in decreasing rates of fatal opioid overdoses. Learn how to save a life during an overdose situation with Skip Zimmerman, OASAS Trainer and become part of the solution to the opioid issue in our community.
Planning and living a rewarding retirement is about far more than having enough money. Don’t miss this engaging program about changing how you envision yourself by Francis Battisti, Ph.D., psychotherapist, professor, author, and expert in healthy aging.
Online access to help with finding a job, templates & tips for writing a resume & cover letter, interviewing tips, test preparation & more.
The library has museum passes available for our patrons. Passes go out for three days.
The Columbia County Historical Society ( which includes the Columbia County Museum, the James Vanderpoel House and the Luykas Van Alen House )
Hancock Shaker Village
Berkshire Botantical Gardens
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Museum of Innovation and Science
miSci-Museum of Innovation in Schenectady
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