Kinderhook Library-May events

Builder’s Club

Wednesday, May 8 from 4-5pm

Kids in grades K+ can come and build their best creation with the Library’s collection of Legos, blocks, and Picasso Tiles.

Across the Digital Divide: Google Drive

Thursday, May 9 at 2pm

Learn about Google Drive and how to keep all your work in one place, view different file formats, and access your files from any device! Matt will teach you all the tips you need to get started. Registration is required, so call the library to save your space today!

Teen LGBTQ Book Club: Release by Patrick Ness

Thursday, May 9 at 4pm

Teens who love LGBTQ+ books and characters should join us for this brand new book club! We’ll read one book a month, and members can recommend future titles!

Teen Board Game Night

Friday, May 10 at 5:30pm

Leave the Monopoly and Scrabble boards at home–this game night, teens can look for Munchkin, Catan, and Superfight! This is a great chance to make friends and try out a bunch of new types of board games and tabletop games, or bring your own game and teach us how to play! For ages 12+.

Make Mom’s Day!

Saturday, May 11, all day

Stop by the children’s room throughout the day to make a special card for mom, just in time for Mother’s Day!

Styx & Stones: Recent Works by Jody Schoenfeld

Saturday, May 11 from 4-6pm

In artist Jody Schoenfeld’s latest exhibit, the beauty and mysteries of the world, natural and unnatural, are expressed through shapes and colors. Jody is primarily a self-taught artist, whose work has been presented in several juried group and solo shows. The exhibit will be available for viewing through the end of May. Join us for an opening, meet the artist, and enjoy light refreshments!

Neighbors of Northern Columbia County: Kickoff Event!

Sunday, May 19 from 1-4pm

Learn more about this new local affiliate of the national Village Movement, which enables seniors to remain at home and in their communities as they age. The event will include a discussion of how you can join the NNCC and/or volunteer to help others in your neighborhood.

Safer and Seen: How to Support Your LGBTQ Friends & Family

Sunday, May 19 at 4:30pm

As awareness and acceptance around gender and sexuality grows, more youth and adults are questioning, disclosing, and embracing their LGBTQ identities. For families and friends, this can be both joyous and stressful. Many do not know how to best support LGBTQ friends and family, or what they need to thrive. With more than 15 years in LGBTQ services, presenter Lyndon Cudlitz will provide an opportunity for adult loved ones to learn more about LGBTQ identities and a space to ask tough questions.

Medicare 101

Thursday, May 23 from 6-7pm

CDPHP is hosting a Medicare 101 informational presentation. Come learn about the basics of Medicare, including how it works, what is and is not covered, what it may cost you, and more. A Medicare sales representative will be on hand to answer your questions.

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