FREE FOLK MUSIC CONCERT!

Caroline Doctorow croppedSaturday, April 25th, 4 – 5:15 pm

“The Great American Folk Song Revival”

Caroline Doctorow’s velveteen voice, original folk songs and her very personal tribute to songwriters of the ’60s makes for folk music at its finest. This free program will focus on the folk music of the early ’60s, concentrating on the work of performers such as Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, and many others. It is music that audience members of all ages will enjoy and remember. If the weather permits, we will hold this concert on the lawn so bring your beach chairs and blankets. Registration required

HUGE BOOK SALE

Saturday, April 25th

10AM-4PM

Huge selection of books, DVDs, audiobooks and CDs!

Every item under $2.00

1000 BOOKS BEFORE KINDERGARTEN

At the Beekman Library we believe parents are their children’s first and BEST teachers. We are committed to helping every child experience 1000 books before kindergarten! Come in and pick up a bookmark to track every 100 books you read to your child from infancy up to kindergarten, and ask us for more information about this exciting new initiative.

FREE ADMISSION

museum passHow about a little educational fun with your kids? (Don’t worry, they don’t have to know they’re learning.) Your family can get free admission if you check out one of our museum passes to:

- Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum
– American Museum of Natural History
– FDR Museum and Library

Please call for details, as each pass has different guidelines set by the issuing museum.

KNOW SOMEONE WHO NEEDS COMPUTER HELP?

F1 helpIn addition to the Saturday Teen Geeks (who are available to help with mobile devices), our library offers free computer training. Sign up on our calendar for individualized learning and assistance: computer basics, internet use, email, MS Office, e-readers, etc.  If the scheduled times don’t work, contact Jaclyn Savolainen at (845) 724-3414 to arrange a different time.

A REFERENCE LIBRARY AT YOUR FINGERTIPS!

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