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Hannaford Helps Community Bag Sale and the Cohoes Public Library

Please consider visiting the Hannaford store at the 579 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham location before the end of the month and purchasing the Hannaford Helps Community Bag! Every bag purchase generates a $1 donation to Cohoes Public Library.

Saturday, May 19th from 9-2pm – The 21st Annual Bake, Bloom, and Book Sale!


Come to the Library on the May 19th from 9-2pm for the 21st Annual Bake, Bloom, and Book Sale! The Library is accepting donations of books, DVDs, CDs, and home baked goods for the sale. Books and media may be dropped off at regular hours, and baked goods may be brought to the Library on either May 18 or early 19. Please call ahead to schedule delivery of you have a large book donation.

Pre-ordering of plants starts today. Print out the Order Form and deliver it to the Library. Prices are listed above. The Library can not accept money for pre-orders. Payment is due at pickup on the day of the sale. Pre-orders will be accepted up to Friday, May 11th. Plants will be available for purchase at the Bake, Book, and Bloom Sale for people who do not pre-order.

Lots of great programming next week to celebrate National Library Week

Coming up on Monday:

Monday 4/9
·      Author Pauline Bartel to Speak from 2-3pm – Pauline Bartel is an award-winning writer and author of seven popular culture books, including The Complete GONE WITH THE WIND Trivia Book (2 nd edition). Author, teacher and entrepreneur Pauline Bartel shares the remarkable story of how she sold her first book to the first publisher that reviewed the manuscript, and and how she built an award-winning corporate communications consultancy by delivering to clients the write stuff.
·      Photography Club 6:00PM – open to the public!
·      Erik Schlimmer, Founding Member of the Friends of the Trans Adirondack Route, to speak on Adirondack Place Names 6:30pm Adirondack Place Names: Why is that Thing over There Called That?” Author and explorer Erik Schlimmer historically decodes 100 Adirondack place names in rousing detail, these histories supported by a backdrop of his gorgeous photos from the wilderness. As Erik likes to say, “Behind every name there’s a story, and the story’s usually pretty good.

Tuesday – April 10
·      Recognition of Library Personnel with Mayor Shawn Morse. 10:30am
Wednesday – April 11
·      Presentation by the USS Slater museum 10:30AM
·      BeauKnitters Knitting and Crocheting Club welcome those who would like to learn to knit
Friday – April 13, 20th, 27th, and May 4th
·      QiGong classes by Diana Wells, certified and licensed QiGong Healer and Teacher. 10:30am

Fine Forgiveness week!!
We will also be offering a Food Drive to support the City’s Food Pantries. Bring your donations to the library that week and we will forgive fines on your card. Please consider items such as toothbrushes and toothpaste, shampoo, soap, feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toilet paper, paper towels, detergent and dish detergent, as these are often in short supply. (Certain limitations apply. Ask library staff for details.)

During the week we will also have on display selections from the Choose Cohoes for Art collection, as well as an assortment of examples from Ms. Linda Larmon’s personal doll collection.


Thank you Principal Mark Perry and Rozie!
















Thank you Principal Mark Perry and Rozie for reading to the kids today! Stop by at 10:30am for tomorrow’s story time with Carol Edwards. Next week Library Week begins with lots of great programming at the Library.

Story Time and the USS Slater tomorrow

Don’t forget tomorrow, Tuesday, April 3, starting at 10:30 we’ll be having story time with Miss Kayleigh, followed by a program for kids provided by the USS Slater Museum.

We hope to see you here.

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