Archive Page 3

Library closed 2/7/2017

The Town of Ulster Library is closed today due to the inclement weather. Story hours and other programs will not be held, Field Goods will not be delivered, nor fines accrued when the library closes due to the weather. Wishing you a wonderful + wintry day!

February is Black History Month!

We’re lucky enough to have some great local resources for education and entertainment for the whole month, right here in Kingston. To get started, you can use your library card and click here for a research starter on the history of the month.

And, when you’re all caught up on the history, you can click here for a resource on Black History Month events running in Kingston, thanks to the A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center. Among the lineup are a Comedy Slam, A Nubian Cafe, and a Racial Justice Action Night, just to name a few. Check out their website for the full list and even more resources!

Take Your Child to the Library Day, Saturday, February 3rd

Saturday, February 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Special Story Hour open to all ages. Stories, songs, and a craft!

Special Guest: Zoey, a certified therapy dog, are visiting the library during our story hour!

1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Legos! Bring your imagination! Make a Lego creation.

Family Movie Night Monday, January 29th Despicable Me 3!

 

Family Movie Night

Monday, January 29th

5:30 – 7:00 p.m

We will be showing Despicable Me 3! The program is open to all ages, and popcorn will be served.  Please note that the movie is rated PG. For a review, visit commonsensemedia.org

African Roots Library

In our fast-paced world, it is easy to overlook some incredibly important topics and experiences. Luckily for Kingston, The Library at the A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center is here to help.

The A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center is dedicated to “promot[ing] literacy through teaching and learning about the African roots experience, including history and culture, through a dynamic exchange of information, ideas, and creativity.”

You can visit their website to check out their calendar of events and their online catalog, or just go in and see their collection in person on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 43 Gill Street.

Make sure you stay tuned, as they’re running a bunch of great events in February in honor of Black History Month.

 

Saturday January 20th at 11 am – Special Saturday Story Hour with Ms. Kelley

 

Join Ms. Kelley today for a Special Story Hour! Learn about arctic animals, hear stories, sing or listen along to songs with guitar accompaniment, and make a craft. Hope to see you!

What do unused medications, half a bottle of windex, and your old cell phone have in common?

They can all be recycled by the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency!

The Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency is a public benefit corporation dedicated to keeping our water sources clean and our landfills down. They offer some services for businesses, such as composting and general recycling. For residents, they provide free drop off locations for cell phones and pharmaceutical waste as well as yearly drives for household waste that you shouldn’t dump down the drain, like Clorox and Windex.

You can visit their website to check out their drop off locations, sign up for one of their household waste drives, and learn more about recycling and composting.  What’re you waiting for?

 

Field Goods Pick Up today Thursday, 1/18/18

 

 

Today we are open until 8pm

Field Goods Pick Up moved to Thursday this week…

A note from Jamie, our Field Goods rep:

“Unfortunately due to the snow, we have canceled delivery today. Good News: We will be delivering to your site tomorrow! The driver will arrive at the same time as he does on Wednesdays.”

Library Closed 1/17/2018

The Library is CLOSED today due to the wintery weather. Good thing we got outside to change the sign yesterday, before the snow got too deep again! ❄️