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Tom Nussbaum

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Don't ask for guarantees. And don't look to be saved in any one thing, person, machine, or library. Do your own bit of saving, and if you drown, at least die knowing you were heading for shore. ♦ Ray Bradbury in Farenheit 541

Medicare 101 with Rockland Office of the Aging

If you have or are planning to register for Medicare by the closing date of December 7 you may have questions you'd like answered.

If you are already on Medicare, likewise. Ditto, if you are a family member or advocate for someone with, or about to join.

The Rockland Office of the Aging will hold their final Q&A of the year at the Blauvelt Free Library at 11 am on Tuesday, December 3 at 11 am.

Call us to register at 845 359-2811, or just walk in.

Latest Posts to "Boone Appetit," our Food Blog

Charlie Boone, our resident food blogger has been pretty active since we last checked in. Visit his page to see what he's been up to!

Charlie is the "full Monty" as a foodie -- he loves to bake and cook, loves restaurants and is curious about new, untried things.

Read his post at the link below, but take some time to scroll down to read more of his ruminations on edibles and potables.

https://booneappetit.com/

Fresh Produce? We Got It!

The Blauvelt Free Library is now available as a pick-up spot for fresh produce and artisanal foods from small local farms. We've partnered with FIELD GOODS -- a food distributor representing Hudson Valley farmers -- to bring you the freshest vegetables and fruit from the region. Once you register with Field Goods online, you will be able to pick up your weekly bag (prices start at $16 for individuals and $32 for families) from the front vestibule of the library on Thursdays any time between 4:30 and 9pm. Support local agribusiness and feed yourself and your family in style. Click here to get started: FIELD GOODS

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