bad weather, please call us before coming to make sure we are open.
Plains Library to Relocate
Last November, Town of Pine Plains voters approved a referendum authorizing
the Town of Pine Plains
to purchase the building at 7775
South Main Street, current home of the Pine
Plains Library. In order to help facilitate the Town’s purchase of
the building, the Pine Plains Library’s Board of Trustees has decided
to relocate the Library to its former home at 7806 South Main Street. The move is
expected to begin in mid- to late-February, at which time it is projected
that repairs and renovations to the older building will be completed by the
The Library will remain open to continue serving its
patrons during this period; any brief closing that may be necessitated by
the move will be announced on this website.
Swap and Talk, Sunday
March 23, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Pine Plains American
Legion Hall, North Main Street, Pine Plains,
a FREE community program hosted by the Pine Plains Seed Library. The talk
will be given by Turtle Tree Seed from Copake, NY.
Even if you don't have seeds to swap, please join us for an afternoon of
meeting other gardeners and sharing stories. If you do bring seeds to swap,
they need to be home-grown heirloom or open-pollinated seeds in a sealed
marked with the seed info. Consider bringing your favorite veggie recipes
to share as well! Sponsored by the Pine Plains Free Library. For
further info, please call the library at: 518-398-1927 or visit http://pineplains.lib.ny.us/. We're also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PinePlainsSeedLibrary.
Let our Teen Geek help you with your computer problems on Saturdays
from 9am to 1pm. Stop in and she
will help with Word, Excel, iPods, iPads, SmartPhones, Kindles, Nooks, and more!
TumbleBook Library is an
online collection of animated, talking picture books
which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they'll love.
You can take the tour here
http://0-www.tumblebooks.com.midhudsonlibraries.org/LibraryTour.html or click on the icon shown above and put your library card barcode in with
no spaces and your
PIN/Password, hit enter, done. You are in to choose the book your child
wants to read.
If you want to see how it works or you do not
have a library card or no account, come to the library anytime and we will
show you how.
Virtual Storytime on Animals with a TumbleBook .
Go to the site and search for the title of the book Just One Day by
Laurie Leuck. Read it online with either a
computer or IPad. You may e me at email@example.com with comments
on what type of animal your child liked in the book and what type of animal
is not in the book he/she would want to be. See if they can draw a picture
of something they liked from the book.
Here is the part of my blog to get other books
you could read from the library, make a craft and some worksheets to do http://mrsmhill.wordpress.com/category/animals/
FRIENDS Young Writer’s Contest
deadline on March 21st @ 2:30pm. Rules can be found here
and the entry form here.
We are asking for your email address to better serve you.
If you would like to be told about your requests or overdues in this
manner, please let us know.
*Updated Febrary 2014