AARP Defensive Driving

Bharat Jani will be teaching this class.  Registration begins September 20 via the library’s Web site.  A $30 materials fee ($25 for current AARP members with member number written on […] Read more »

Living History: Music by Carla & Keyes

Join historic musicians and performers Carla Lynn Hall and Jim Keyes as they transport us through time with story and song. Known professionally as Carla & Keyes, the duo has […] Read more »

Herb Fair & Market

Organized by the NY Unit of the Herb Society of America, the 72nd annual Herb Fair & Market promotes herbal knowledge and use through education and community engagement. Attendees will […] Read more »

Aging and Prostate Health – What You Need to Know

Join NewYork-Presbyterian’s panel of experts for a virtual panel discussion on prostate health and how to reduce your risk for disease on Thursday, September 28 from 7pm to 8pm virtually. […] Read more »

“Protect Your Eyes” A Sound Performance by Maya Perry

A composition formed over time featuring songs written and inspired by the relation between natural disasters and moments so unspeakable they slip into a form of abstraction, often done through […] Read more »

Color Field Collage Workshop

Come join us at KinoSaito every Sunday in September for Color Field Collage Workshop! Participants are invited to spend time in our classroom to create unique, abstract collages using colorful […] Read more »

Helpers Helping: Senior Law Day Collaborative & Westchester Library System

Representatives from the Westchester Library System (WLS) and Senior Law Day Collaborative (SLD) will be joining us to talk about their collaborative efforts to bring free, equitable access to information […] Read more »

Defensive Driving Safety Course with Sam Eskander

Led by Sam Eskander A 6-hour Defensive Driver’s Discount class, similar to AARP’s, with a 10% insurance reduction and up to 4 points reduction. Signup is not required. First come, […] Read more »

Living History: Native American Reenactor

Join us on Saturday, September 2, for a hands-on presentation about Algonkian life in the Northeast during the 18th Century with Drew Shuptar-Rayvis (Pekatawas MakataweU “Black Corn”). Drew will take […] Read more »

Hendrick Hudson Free Library Advanced Writing Group via Zoom

Join Tessa Rossi and members of the Hendrick Hudson Free Library Writing Group for two hours of prompted writing and sharing in a constructive and supportive environment. Registration begins August […] Read more »