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Friends of the Library NYC Bus Trip

Saturday

November 10th

The Friends of the Heermance Memorial Library invite you to join us for our fall chartered bus trip to NYC.

The bus departs promptly at 7:00am from the Village of Coxsackie office, 119 Mansion Street, dropping off at Bryant Park, 42nd Street, Manhattan, about 9:15am. Return trip departs Bryant Park at 6:00pm, arriving in Coxsackie approx. 8:30pm.
Tickets are $40, which includes bus ticket, tip for the driver, and a variety of snacks prepared by the Friends on both the outbound and return rides. Purchase tickets in person at the library (cash and checks accepted). For more information, please contact the library at (518) 731-8084. All are welcome. We can only guarantee your seat once payment is received, so please book early!

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The Art of Music – art exhibit

A musician and

music-themed group exhibit. 

On display (during regular library hours) from October 6 through November 17

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Craft Mania

Drop-in Craft Program

Fridays at 3:00 pm

Looking for something to do? Feeling creative? Come to the library, where Liana will be ready with some FUN craft projects.

   
  • FYI: Projects are not always announced in advance. A more structured craft project will be offered or a variety of materials will be available for creative exploration.
  • Kids of all ages welcome

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Trivia Night at the Cask and Rasher

Sunday, October 28, 6:30-8:00 PM

Space is limited for this popular Friends event.

Call the Cask and Rasher (518-731-7468) to reserve a table.

  • FREE to play
  • Up to 6 people per team
  • Prizes!
  • Cask and Rasher 245 Mansion St., Coxsackie

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Halloween Party

Saturday, October 27th, 1:00-3:00

Join us for some "creepy" crafts and "terrifying" treats.

Costumes are optional.

All ages welcome.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Heermance Library.

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Raising Readers

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Consumer Reports

Shopping for a new car, new appliance, looking for recalls? Consumer Reports is available 24/7 with your library card number

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