NOTES FROM NEW LEBANON The “Notes from New Lebanon Collection” is a series of notebooks that the community can add to. We encourage you to check one out and take it home to see what others in our community have written or sketched. If there is space, add your own thoughts and creative energy, andContinue reading “New Local Collections to Check Out”
Welcome to Crafteens – a program just for ages 12 years and up! This month, we’re making Kawaii (Cute!) Food using Sculpey clay. Kits are available in front of the library (while they last). Remember to bake your finished project in an oven or toaster oven at 275 degrees for 15 minutes. If you’d likeContinue reading “CRAFTEENS: KAWAII FOOD”
Point and wave with you very own robotic paper hand! In addition to the materials in the kit, you will need a ruler, scissors, tape and a pen or marker. Remember, we love to see what you’ve created! Share your pictures with us on Facebook or Instagram, or email them to email@example.com.
By: Sarah W. Late summer can produce contrasting feelings for me. The garden harvest is at its height, the weather is clement, and I can look forward to a cessation of lawn mowing. But after lovely autumn, here comes winter with bare trees, sleet and ice, snow shoveling…. And worst of all – no moreContinue reading “Jewelweed”
With this month’s kit you can make your own poseable action figure! Kits are available in front of the library from 10:00 AM to 5:45 PM while they last. We love to see what you create! Share your pictures with us on Facebook or Instagram, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
That’s right! You’ve heard it. The New Lebanon Library is moving towards reopening its doors for in-person browsing by appointment only–starting next week: August 31st. Things will not look the same due to health and safety precautions, but the level of service we offer will stay top-notch! Here are things you’ll need to know forContinue reading “Library Re-Opening for Appointments”
Share your creations with us on social media @newlebanonlibrary!
By: Sarah W. I just read that 87% of all plants (not just the farmed crops that we eat) are pollinated primarily by bees – native bees that populated the earth long before humans made their appearance. If the bees and other native pollinators were to disappear, so would 87% of all plants. And thatContinue reading “Shrink Your Lawn”
In this week’s kit, you’ll find everything you need to make your own dragon to command! Remember to share pics of your projects with us – we love to see what you’ve created! Pictures can be emailed to us at email@example.com or shared with us on Facebook and Instagram.
Despite all of the many changes, a good many of our favorite local museums have adapted–especially the ones with outdoors exhibits. The New Lebanon Library still offers passes to some of the local institutions that have opened. (There are some that have not reopened to the public.) If you would like to visit some ofContinue reading “Museum Pass Updates”