A grass roots awareness group that acts as a watchdog to ensure a high standard of air quality in Orangetown. Not a Library event.

Drawing class similar to a free one we offer with Chris from fall through spring. Patrons pay Chris directly, per session. contact us and we will put you in touch with him.

Take a safe driving class to qualify for auto insurance discounts
of up to 10%. All New York State drivers are welcome including
those with a learner's permit.

EVENING CLASS with Ian Prastien

Monday + Tuesday, August 12 + 13 from 5:45pm - 8:45pm
$25 | Check payable to > Arthur Aldrich

 

NOTE: THE AUGUST 16 OPEN MIC HAS BEEN CANCELED. WATCH FOR A FALL/WINTER DATE. A casual, coffee house style event with cafe seating for singers, poets, magicians, comedians, etc. to showcase your talents or try out new material. Cookies and coffee provided. No need to sign up ahead of time. Performers will appear in the order they register. Baby grand piano on site for use by pianists. Limited musical accompaniment available. Have fun and a cup of joe or wine (adults only) while you watch friends on stage. Teens welcome.

Rescheduled from March 31st

Artist/educator Suzanne Altman, discusses Frida Kahlo, the subject of a recent show at The Brooklyn Museum that on how the artist promoted her unique appearance, ethnic leanings and disabilities to recreate herself as a brand. The curators included just 11 paintings and featured artifacts of style and dress that Kahlo used to make a broken body integral to her art.

COMMUNITY ROOM | Refreshments

Please call Barry at 845 359-2811 to register

Take a safe driving class to qualify for auto insurance discounts
of up to 10%. All New York State drivers are welcome including
those with a learner's permit.

All-DAY CLASS with Arthur Aldrich from 10am - 4pm
$30 | Cash or check payable to > Arthur Aldrich

Bring your driver's license

Call Barry to register at 845 359-2811

 

A must-attend expert panel discussion explores typical and reasonable behavior in teens as well as the warnings signs of emotional difficulties. Learn to identify unique risk factors and signs of substance abuse, eating disorders, depression, suicide and other mental health issues, so you can recognize when your teen or a friend is in trouble. Discover professional, peer and self-help resources in the community.

Panel  Russell Tobe, Nathan Kline Institute | Kristina Peckins, Mental Health Association of Rockland | Vickie Shaw, Wellcore Director | Dr. Kathleen Keefe-Cooperman, Moderator

Register at  taplib.org or call 845 359-3877

This program is co-sponsored by the Mighty 5 Libraries of South Orangetown

Welcome Spring and St. Patrick's Day as you join the Friends of the Library for
a sweet relaxation making chocolate treasures to bring home.

Open to adults and teens age 16 and over.
$20 cash or check made payable to: The Friends of the Blauvelt Free Library
Meets at Matisse Chocolatier at 32 Orangetown Center in Orangeburg

Call Friends President, Alice Ryan, for more into at 845 398-3590

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