Thursday, July 21, 2016





The MiSci planatarium arrives Friday July 29, from 9-11, at the Rec Center (pool).
 Please register at the library if your child is not currently attending the Summer Rec program.

Monday, July 11, 2016






The Library is conducting a Library survey of services. All Sharon Springs residents should have received a survey in the mail, along with the Library Newsletter.

If you are not from Sharon Springs,but regularly use the Sharon Springs Free Library, or you didn't receive a survey in the mail, we want to hear from you. Extra copies of the survey are available in the Library. A box is available to submit returns, or you may retrun them via the drop box at anytime. All surveys are kept confidential. No name or contact information is requested.
 MiSci programming, held at the Rec Center, presents hands-on science programs. The portable planatarium arrives Friday July 29, from 9-11.  Please register at the library. Children participating in any session of summer recreation programming may attend the Star Lab. Any library patron, in grades K and up, may also participate. You do not have to be in the Summer Rec programs, but registration is requested at the Library, before July 29th. It is not too late to join our programming.




Summer Reading at the Library is here. Kids in grade pre-K through 6th grade get an hour of library time just for them. Each weekday, beginning Wednesday, July 6 through Friday August 12, a different group level meets at the library, from 9-10am. On Mondays, the blue group for levels entering Kindergarden to 1st grade meets, on Tuesdays, the green group for level 2 meets, on Wednesdays, the red group for level 3 meets, on Thursdays, the yellow group for level 4 meets, and on Fridays, the orange group for levels 5 and 6 meets. Stop by the Library for more information and to pick up a schedule of our summer programs.



Friday, July 1, 2016




Summer Reading at the Library is here. Kids in grade pre-K through 6th grade get an hour of library time just for them. Each weekday, beginning Wednesday, July 6 through Friday August 12, a different group level meets at the library, from 9-10am. On Mondays, the blue group for level pre-K to 1st grade meets, on Tuesdays, the green group for level 2 meets, on Wednesdays, the red group for level 3 meets, on Thursdays, the yellow group for level 4 meets, and on Fridays, the orange group for levels 5 and 6 meets. Please register at the library, preferably before Wednesday, July 6, to be sure you are coming to the correct level for your reading ability.






Teens, don't forget "Teen Game Day", each Friday afternoon, from 3-5. A free snack and drink is provided. Hang out with your friends and play video games, browse the internet, play board games,  do a jigsaw puzzle, or relax with a book.



Our next book discussion is Friday, July 8th, from 6-7 pm. We still have copies of We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves, by Karen Joy Fowler, available at the library, so please check out a copy and join us. All adults and Teens are welcome. Munchies are provided. Unwind with friends and a friendly book chat as a way to start the weekend.

Coming soon, movies at the Library. We are waiting for a volunteer to pick up and deliver our donated large screen TV to use with our movie license for your viewing pleasure.  Please note, our license does not cover Disney or Pixar movies, but their are still lots of choices.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Friday
July 8, 2016
Book Discussion

Copies are now available


Sign out a copy to read and join in the fun.

Refreshments provided

All are welcome

Meet the Cooke family. Our narrator is Rosemary Cooke. As a child, she never stopped talking; as a young woman, she has wrapped herself in silence: the silence of intentional forgetting, of protective cover. Something happened, something so awful she has buried it in the recesses of her mind.

Now her adored older brother is a fugitive, wanted by the FBI for domestic terrorism. And her once lively mother is a shell of her former self, her clever and imperious father now a distant, brooding man.

And Fern, Rosemary’s beloved sister, her accomplice in all their childhood mischief? Fern’s is a fate the family, in all their innocence, could never have imagined.

Monday, June 13, 2016

Family Support Services
Catholic Charities of Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie Counties
In Coordination with
Parent Network of the Capital Region
                                 Presents
                   CRACKING THE CODE
               GRADUATION OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

FREE WORKSHOP FOR FAMILIES SEEKING INFORMATION TO AID AND ASSIST THEIR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES



Learn about graduation & diploma options available to students with disabilities, including Occupational studies, Skills and Achievement and commencement Credential. Discover essential, but often overlooked skills needed for life after high school and how to use your students IEP transition plan to achieve them.

 
Location:  The Community Library (Downstairs)
110 Union Street, Cobleskill NY 12043

Date & Time: Tuesday July 19th 6:00 p.m.-7:30pm

Registration is Appreciated, Space is limited:  Register with Marty or Rebecca at Catholic Charities Family Support Services (518) 234-3581 or Online at http://www.pncrny.org under the PNCR workshops banner.


  PLEASE ACCEPT OUR APPOLGIES CHILD CARE IS NOT AVAILABLE