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Art Classes for adults and teens

3 Thursdays:

August 15, 22 & 29 at 6:00 pm

With instruction by Ruby Silvious, students will learn the ancient art of Japanese marbling (Suminagashi), and the Japanese art of paper folding (Origami). Using special inks, students will have a blast learning how to marble paper in beautiful colors. While the paper dries, students will make an origami owl from supplied papers.
Materials will be supplied.
  • Adults and teens (ages 12+)
  • Registration required

Art Exploration Classes for Kids

5 Classes in August

Instructor: Carol Serazio
Kids will learn about and then create art in the style of famous artists!

Creations will be displayed at an ART SHOW in October at the Library

 

5 individual art classes:

August 15 at 2:30 Paul Klee  –  Ages 5 and up

August 17 at 10:30 Piet Mondrian  –  Ages 5 and under
August 19 at 2:30 Pablo Picasso  –  Ages 5 and under
August 21 at 10:30 Jackson Pollock  –  Ages 7 and up
August 27 at 10:30 Kandinsky  –  Ages 7 and up

“Big” and “Little” Cooking Class

Fri., August 23 at 6:00 pm

Preparing a 3-course meal: Class beginning with a nutrition lesson then preparing food with healthy/seasonal/local ingredients.

Class is for kids ages 7+ and a caregiver

Registration required

Program by Cornell Cooperative Extension

Greene County Council on the Arts: ARTS GRANTS application seminar

Wed., August 28 at 6:30 pm

Arts Grants available in three categories: Community Project Support, Arts Education, and Individual Artist. To get information and receive an application, drop-in to meet with Margaret Uhalde. For more information: visit www.greenearts.org or call 518-943-3400. You may contact Margaret directly at margaret@greenearts.org. The Community Arts Grants (or Decentralization) Program is a local regrant program of New York State Council on the Arts, established in Greene county in 1986.
Seminar attendance is mandatory for all applicants.
All applications due September 30th, 2019

Friends of the Library Event

Sunday, August 25 at 6:30 pm

Space is limited for this popular Friends event. Call the Cask and Rasher (518-731-7468) to reserve a table.

  • FREE to play
  • Prizes!
  • Cask and Rasher 245 Mansion St., Coxsackie

Storytime Programs

RAISING READERS every Monday at 10:30

Sow the seeds for reading at our FUN play and story program.   Singing, Talking, Reading, Writing, and Playing with children are things that help them become great readers.   Drop-in

MOTHER GOOSE every Tuesday at 10:30

A story time program for children from birth to age 3 and their caregivers.   Stories, songs and movement.   Drop-in

 

 

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