Saturday, July 16, 2011

Iona Troupe

Irish Dance returns to the Library, featuring our very own Rosie, on Saturday August 6 @ 11am. Kate Watson and her daughter Brigid teach Irish step and ceili dance to anyone enthusiastic enough to try at their studio in Sharon Springs. Iona Troupe performs at many area venues and has danced at Branson, MO. Next big trip will be to Virginia Beach!

Science@ the Library

Mhoawk Valley Library System and GE Volunteers present the program formerly known ad Science in the Summer on Friday July 22 from 2->3:30. This hands-on experimenting with different science stations is perfect for school aged children and their families. Don't be surprised if you get wet, though!

Tales 'n Tunes

Musical and storytelling duo Carol Connolly and Don Darmer, together as "Tales 'n Tunes," presented "World Passport," their program for this year's Summer Reading Program "One World, Many Stories." Kids clapped and sang and roared their way through songs and stories from other countries, then replenished the lost calories with cookies made from recipes of some of those countries.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Llamas on Parade!

You really shoulda been here - we had fun! John Conboy brough 2 of his 21 llamas Frankie and Camouflage, to the library for the morning. For the full set of photos, see our Flikr page.