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COZYING UP TO GEORGE WASHINGTON — MARCH 2021

COZYING UP TO GEORGE WASHINGTON -- MARCH 2021

By Judy Garrison Did you know that George Washington had little schooling and no college? That deficit of formal education bothered him throughout his life but didn’t prevent him from writing beautifully, reading widely and having a highly developed and curious mind. Did you know that his mother, Mary Washington, a life-long complainer and apparently…

LIBRARY NOTES–MARCH 2021

LIBRARY NOTES--MARCH 2021

   Lastly, if anyone needs assistance filling out or printing any forms related to Covid vaccinations or anything else requiring online forms and registrations, printing, faxing, scanning, please call 845-676-3333 or email an.ill@4cls.org any time Monday through Thursday and I will be happy to assist you with these tasks. I am also looking for more volunteers to help at the library—computer skills are a huge plus!

LIBRARY NOTES – February 2021

LIBRARY NOTES - February 2021

Condolences to friends and family of our departed Marty Donnelly who was a former library trustee; a review of Covid Protocols; and finally during this pandemic, get to know your neighbors in the event the elderly need a helping hand.

BOOK REVIEW: Vesper Flights by Helen Macdonald — February 2021

BOOK REVIEW: Vesper Flights by Helen Macdonald — February 2021

Vesper Flights puts together brief meditations on the author’s experiences of nature, meditations that succeed one another like objects on a strange necklace—of stones and shells and claws and bones, planets, dried flowers and things without a name.

LIBRARY NOTES – January 2021

LIBRARY NOTES - January 2021

A thank you to the library patrons who have donated and many other facts regarding Covid-19.

BOOK REVIEW: OUTRAGE, BLACK SKIES, STRANGE SHORES By Arnaldur Indridason — January 2021

A review of several Arnaldur Indridason books.