June 30, 2016
Celebrate and learn about the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service at Easton Library on Tuesday, July 12 at 7 PM.Â While the country celebrates 100 years of land stewardship, the agency is also encouraging all citizens to “Find Your Park.”Â From Yellowstone, to the Statue of Liberty, to Saratoga National Historical Park – how can we continue to protect these special places while engaging the next generation?Â Amy Bracewell, Superintendent of the Saratoga National Historical Park, will explore with us the history and importance of our national parks during this centennial year and highlight the ongoing efforts to ensure the parks are relevant for the next 100 years.Â Interesting for all ages,Â this program is free and the library is handicapped accessible.
June 30, 2016
The kids will love this!Â Jim is always a crowd pleaser!
June 10, 2016
PUDDLES THE CLOWN KICKS-OFF SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Children preschool through grade 6 are invited to stop by the library on June 27 between 1:30 and 4:30 PM, meet Puddles the Clown and sign up for “On Your Mark, Get Set…Read,” this year’s summer reading program.Â There will be face painting, balloon animals and FREE ice cream!Â The reading program runs from June 27 to August 16.Â Participants will set their own personal reading goal, make visits to the library and keep a reading record.Â The child’s name will be entered in a drawing for each book read and rewards will be provided for all who complete their goal.Â
The summer reading program at Easton Library is supported, in part, by funds from the NYS Library’s Family Literacy Library Services grant program.Â Funding is also provided by a Stewarts Holiday Match award and the Friends of Easton Library.Â
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June 9, 2016
Wednesday, July 6, 1:30 PM:
NATIVE AMERICAN GAMESÂ Sure to be lots of fun as you learn new games and skills with James Bruchac of the Ndakinna Education Center.Â Weather permitting, this program will be held outside.
Wednesday, July 13, 1:30 PM:
WIZARD OF OZÂ Follow the yellow brick road to the Emerald City and beyond with the Puppet People.Â Using marionettes, rod puppets, shadow puppets and a large parade puppet, this is a very special show and will take place in Burton Hall directly opposite the library.Â Funding for this program provided by a Stewarts Holiday Match award.
Wednesday, July 20, 1:30 PM:
SILENT WINGSÂ Meet some breathtakingly beautiful, live birds of prey native to our very own ecosystem.Â Learn about the skills they possess for adaptation and survival