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Phones are back up and working

Phone and Wifi are currently down, but we have power.

While the Library currently has power, our phone lines are not working. We hope to have phone back up this afternoon.


The Library’s WiFi is also down. We are working on a solution at this time and hope to have it back up this week. Please watch this space for updates.




New QiGong class offered 3/16 at 10:30am

Join us on March 16th at 10:30pm for a makeup class in QiGong. This class, presented by Diana Wells, certified and licensed QiGong Healer and Teacher, “is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement (blood, synovial and lymph) and building awareness of how the body moves through space.”

Feel energized and empowered. Reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Know a deep sense of peace and well-being. Activate your inner resources.

Space is limited so please call (518) 235-2570 and reserve a spot today

March Book Club Feature

“A Dangerous Mourning” by Anne Perry will be the featured book at the March 21 meeting of the Mystery Book Club. Join us at 10:30 am on that day. For more information, check out the “Book Club” tab.


The Cohoes Public Library was very happy to have Sarah McFadden of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County give a class on online privacy and security. Sarah covered important topics including malware, password and email security, pop-ups and phishing expeditions.

Attendees of the program were very appreciative of the informative lecture.

One of the guests in attendance, Barbara Hildreth, was impressed with the presentation and found it very informative. She appreciated McFadden’s use of accessible language during the presentation.

“She didn’t use any extensive language,” said Hildreth. “She spoke in everyday language that I could understand.” Troy Record

See the rest of the article in the Troy Record here.

Thank you Danielle Epting of the Troy Record for covering this event, and keep an eye on this webpage, on facebook, and in the local papers for future programs at the Library.

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