This photo lecture, led by Mario Medici, will provide a brief history of the Old Croton Aqueduct and how it transformed New York City. From Cortlandt to the 42nd Street Library (to the end of the aqueduct), Mr. Medici documents the many historic and interesting attractions along the 41-mile route--many of which preceded the building […]
We are offering this Zoom presentation to help families understand how COVID-19 has changed the college admissions landscape and how it affects Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen. The recent college admissions cycle has turned out to be the most competitive to date. The reason is that most colleges went test-optional due to the pandemic and colleges […]
Discover the little-known cause of heartburn and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), and find out how to get rid of it forever. Dr. Cedrick Batchateu, PharmD, will lead this discussion. Registration begins February 9 via the library's Web site. The Zoom invitation will be sent out one day prior to the program.
Join elder law attorney Lauren C. Enea, Esq., and real estate agent Holly Gluck as they share insights on housing options for the aging population. Learn important estate planning considerations, as well as what to do when it is time to sell your home or the home of a loved one who has passed away. […]
NYBC has continued collecting blood throughout the pandemic as the need for blood certainly has not stopped during these trying times. NYBC is implementing modifications to our collections to provide a controlled and safe environment to our staff and donors. Here are the steps NYBC is taking to make sure mobile blood drive set-ups are […]
Warm up the winter with a gorgeous hand-painted winter wreath, led by Risa Getman, owner of Hudson Valley Vintage. Participants will paint this lovely wreath on a 6" x 6" wood canvas. Registration begins January 4 via the library's Web site. A $10 materials fee is due by January 15. This program will be via […]
Local poet, Bill Greenfield, will begin the workshop by reading some of his poetry, followed by a question-and-answer period. Additionally, participants will be given the chance to read their own poetry in 5-minute segments. Registration begins December 30 via the library's Web site. Note: Masks must be worn by all participants regardless of vaccination status.
Join expert and passionate feline behaviorist Stephen Quandt on a journey through the forests and fields of your cat's mind where you will explore the evolutionary and adaptive forces that shape the lives of cats. Stephen will look at the origins of cat behavior and how this gets us to behavior solutions with an extensive […]