Friday, January 31, 2014

Schoharie Free Library
invites you to drop in for
Take Your Child
To the Library Day!

Saturday, February 1st, 2014

Crafts, games, scavenger hunt, stories
Have your photo taken with our story friends!

Come sign up for your first library card,
take a tour of the library

Monday, January 27, 2014

Gung Hay

Fat Choy!



It's Pajama time again!

We will be celebrating the

ancient traditions of

Chinese New Year

Thursday, January 30th
6:30 pm

with our very special guest

Ms. Jianyuan Yao

Don your PJ's
and join us as we usher in 

the Year of the Horse!

Fun for the whole family!
Learn traditions, games, and stories
of this ancient holiday

Pre-registration requested

Call 295-7127 for details.

Monday, January 13, 2014

Calling all Mommies, Grammies
and Caregivers of little ones!

Are you looking for a time of socialization?
A chance to meet other caregivers and their little ones?
A time of informal chat and a place to share information?
Venture out to Schoharie Free Library
103 Knower Avenue Schoharie (295-7127)
Friday January 17th
Mommy & Me
Mommy & Me is a follow up program to
Storytime with Mrs. Sholtes (10:00-11:00am)
Mom's (caregivers) meet
for an informal chat and socialization hour
while children engage in spontaneous play.

All caregivers welcome!

Friday, January 10, 2014

Schoharie Free Library
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Reflection on Service: Stories of Hurricane Irene

Happy New Year to all our friends of Schoharie Free Library!
The Library is sending a shout out to those who volunteered to get us up and running in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.  We would like you to participate with us in an exciting project. SFL is joining with RPI, SALT, the NY Folklore Society, and AmeriCorps VISTA as well as other groups and volunteers for the

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Reflection on Service:
Stories of Hurricane Irene

 Monday, January 20th
Middleburgh Reformed Church
This will be a day of story collection and remembrance for those not only impacted by Irene but also those who assisted in the clean up.
Volunteers may join in the morning workshop on the art of storytelling or come at 12:00pm for the luncheon, guest speaker and round table discussion.
Participants and their stories will listed on the NY Folklore Society's website.
If you assisted in the Library's clean up and rebuilding we would love for you to participate and become a recorded part of history.
Please contact the Library if you wish to participate (295-7127)
Please visit
for more information or to register
Registration IS required.
See you at the library!