Our theme for January 2020 is “Try Something New for the New Year.” You can try a type of cuisine you’ve never had before, a way of eating you’ve never tried before, a cooking technique you’ve never tried before, or you can come up with your own interpretation of the theme!
The Cooking Club starts on January 15th at 6:30 pm. (Snow date, January 22). Registration deadline is January 8. Get additional details by contacting the Library. First recipe book: “The Whole 30 Fast & Easy: 150 Simply Delicious Everyday Recipes” by Melissa Hartwig (books are available through inter-library loan).
Want a head start on February? Then check-out “Food of Sichuan” by Fuschia Dunlop. Bon Appetit!
Our Storytime program for Wednesday, December 18th has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Planning on coming tomorrow? Come visit us anyway! There’s still lots of fun stuff to do at the Library! Our kid’s section has a ton of toys and books to keep your little ones entertained!
Saturday Grand Opening Party!
December 7th, 2019
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Join us for our Saturday Grand Opening Celebration! We’ll have a ribbon cutting, celebrate with cake, have storytime, and hear from Spindle City Historic Society about their display up by the Mastodon!
Schedule of events
10:00 am: Ribbon Cutting and Cake
10:30 am: Storytime
11:00 am: Spindle City Historic Society Exhibit Talk
10:00 am to 1:00 pm: Check out books, get a library card, and learn about all the great resources the Library has to offer!
On November 18th, at 6 PM, join Library employee Carol Cullen as she demonstrates the basic use of the pressure cooker. Though it has been called one of the handiest appliances to have, many people are afraid of it. Carol will help you overcome that fear as you learn to make Turkey Tetrazzini – just in time for Thanksgiving leftovers! *Registration required! Please register by November 15th to reserve your seat! You can register by calling the Library at 518-235-2570 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a Library Pop-Up? A Library Pop-Up is a way to make your public library more public by bringing books and services to you. Our first Library Pop-Up will bring books and other library materials to the Cohoes Senior Center for you to check out. At the Library Pop-Up, you can: Register for a library card; check out books and movies; drop off your materials to return to the library and learn about library programs and services. Join us for our first pop-up event at Lifepath Cohoes (formerly Cohoes Senior Center) on December 20th from 11 am – 1 pm.?