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Easton Library

1074 NYS ROUTE 40 GREENWICH, NY 12834-9518 518-692-2253

July 17, 2017
by Jennifer DeCarlo

Read to Raja

Nadia Christy and her husband, John, have lived on Becker Road in Easton for 25 years, where they raised their two sons, Justin and Andrew.¬† Raja came to live with them four years ago while she was in New Skete Monastery’s breeding program.¬† She continues to live with the Christy’s since her “retirement” from breeding and is a role model and friend to Shiloh, a year old female the Christy’s have been raising for the monastery, too.¬† In January, Nadia retired after 37 years of teaching.¬† She thought that bringing together three things she enjoys–working with children, reading, and spending time with Raja–would be a fun activity to offer at the Easton Library.¬† Join¬†us (Date and Time TBA) and¬†read to Raja for a bit!¬† She’s a gentle girl, a good listener, and loves to have her belly rubbed, too!

January 21, 2016
by Jennifer DeCarlo

Knitting at the Library


The Knitting Circle is now meeting at the library every Monday from 1 Р3 PM.  Beginning and experienced knitters alike are enjoying this fun social time while learning and supporting each other with various knitting projects.  Once each month, Annette Arnold, owner of YARN at 99 Main Street, Greenwich will be present to teach a new project for any who are interested.  Knitters of all skill levels are welcome to attend. 

February 26, 2015
by Jennifer DeCarlo

Do you like to play Mahjong or want to learn the game?

Mahjong players are meeting at the library on most Wednesdays at 1 p.m. to play this popular Chinese tile game using suits similar to rummy.  If you would like to play or would like to learn the game, please call the library to confirm that they are meeting.  692-2253

If you and some friends would like to meet to play chess, checkers, scrabble or another board game, please speak to library staff.

October 11, 2014
by Jennifer DeCarlo

Calling All Genealogists & Family History Buffs!! Ancestry.com & Heritage Quest Available Now!!

genealogyThe director and trustees want everyone to know that Ancestry.com is now available on all of the library’s public access computers.¬†¬†This service is free for all library customers.¬†¬†Come in, look for the Ancestry icon on the computer desktops and have fun researching family roots.

Ancestry.com is the world’s largest online resource for family history research.¬† It has been a leader in the family history market for over 30 years.¬† It offers an extensive collection of billions of historical records that have been digitized, indexed and put online since 1996.¬† Ancestry.com is a helpful tool for the most committed family historians as well as those taking their first steps toward satisfying their curiosity about family stories.

And now…. your library card will even help you do some family history research right from home.¬† Go to easton.sals.edu, click on ONLINE RESOURCES, and find Heritage Quest under genealogy.¬† You will need to log in using your library card number.¬† ¬†