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Annual Meeting – 7pm

February 20, 2020 – Annual Meeting discussing the Annual Report and the Strategic Plan.  The Public is invited to attend.

Animal Tracks and Signs

Wednesday, January 22 at 10 am

The oldest writing on earth (like paw prints and scat) will open your eyes to the stories animals leave all around us. It will change what you see during your next walk or hike! Workshop leader Patricia Liddle will lead this indoor presentation and has been exploring the animal tracking world in the Northeast and beyond all her life.

Chase the Chill

Fri, Jan. 31 – 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Chase away the chill of winter by relaxing with neighbors, a beverage, and a gorgeous spread of hors d’oeuvres. Tickets are $35 each and will be available at the library.

Unlock Your Library’s Free Online Resources

Monday, February 3 at 10 am

Did you know that your library offers FREE access to great resources? The North Chatham Free Library is hosting a presentation by Heather Lloyd to learn how to take advantage of the great content your library provides through your computer, mobile device, or tablet. A huge variety of services are offered, including video streaming with Kanopy, reading and listening to audiobooks online with Overdrive, listening to audiobooks on your phone with Libby and learning new languages with Mango. Join us to discover the potential of your library!

Adopting a Zero-Waste Lifestyle at the North Chatham Library

Wednesday, February 19 from 10 am to 11:30 am

Join us at the North Chatham Free Library to learn how you can make your life more environmentally sustainable. By adopting a zero-waste or voluntary simplicity lifestyle, you not only help the environment but you also boost your mood by knowing you are doing something good. This workshop by Theresa Mayhew will look at strategies and tips individuals and families can adopt to reduce their waste output by cultivating more fulfilling and mindful lifestyles when it comes to protecting the planet.

Senior Health and Safety

Tuesday, March 10th from 10 am to noon

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.

Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Thursday, March 19 from 10 am to noon

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.

“Rewire” When You Retire

Sunday, April 19 at 2 pm

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.