Teen Tech Tutor with Christian Olmoz
Second Wednesday of the month
5 – 7 PM
Drop in or reserve a 30 minute slot.Need help with your laptop (PC or MAC), tablet (iPad or Kindle), smartphone (iPhone or Android) or other device? Don't have a computer and don't know where
Drop by the Gardiner Library for 1:1 individual help with our Tech Tutor.
Call 255-1255 to reserve a time.
4th Annual Halloween Parade
Thursday, October 27
Raindate: Friday, October 28
Put on a costume and bring your carved pumpkin with a battery light to carry or share on the walkway.
We will start at the library parking lot and walk through Gardiner returning to the Rail Trail for treats. Don't forget to bring a flashlight.
Sponsored by the Gardiner Day Committee.
For more information contact 255-7541.
Big Bad Bill
“The Gardiner Desperado”
Saturday, October 29
4:30 to 5:30 PM
A.J. Schenkman and Elizabeth Werlau will discuss their research of Big Bad Bill Monroe, also known as the Gardiner Desperado, who led local law enforcement on a chase through the area in the early 1900’s.
For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/events/683821251768797/
Forestry for Wildlife
Catskill Forest Association
Saturday, October 29
12:30 to 2 PM
CFA's Education Forester Ryan Trapani & Wildlife Specialist John MacNaught will be speaking about ways to improve food and cover conditions for wildlife, no matter what size lot you have.
For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/events/150997895362971/
The Hudson: America's River
by Fran Dunwell
Author Presentation and Discussion
Saturday, November 5
1- 2:30 PM
This one-hour slide show and discussion includes images of Hudson River School paintings, maps and period engravings.
Learn how the Hudson River powered the growth of the country’s greatest industrial and financial empire and also produced leading American artists, writers, engineers and environmentalists.
For more information go to http://www.gardinerlibrary.org/eventstart.asp
Saturday, November 12th
$10 admission gets you first pick and continental breakfast
Free and open to the public
Donations accepted through November 9th.
All proceeds support the Friends of the Library who are dedicated to volunteering and fundraising for the specific purpose of enhancing benefits to library users and promoting a broader sense of community within Gardiner.