Books will be available for checkout. New members are always welcome.
Books are available for checkout at the library.
Learn to fold an origami crane and help us in our quest to create 1,000 cranes to send to the Children's Peace Monument in Hiroshima, Japan. While folding the cranes, tap your toes to tthe Classic Rock sounds of Uncle Shoehorn. Snacks and beverages will be served.
Have fun learning the basic swing dance step to the big band music of the 1940s. You will learn both leader and follower techniques as well as some cool steps. No partner necessary. Refreshements will be served "USO" style!
THIS PROGRAM IS CANCELLED.
Join us for a night of music by The Jazz Pioneers along with dancing, food and beverages - just like the USO Canteens held during World War II. Come dressed in your 1940s finery or in military uniform! There will be prizes, too!
This program will be held at the the Senior Center in Montgomery, NY. The address there is: 36 Bridge Street, Montgomery, New York 12549.
A limited number of tickets will be available. To reserve your spot, please call the Help Desk at 986-1046, ext. 3.
The untold story of an eccentric Wall Street tycoon and the circle of scientific geniuses he assembled before World War II to develop the science for radar and the atomic bomb. Together they changed the course of history.Legendary financier, philanthropist, and society figure Alfred Lee Loomis gathered the most visionary scientific minds of the twentieth century"Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, Niels Bohr, Enrico Fermi, and others"at his state-of-the-art laboratory in Tuxedo Park, New York, in the late 1930s.
Books are available for checkout. New members always welcome!
The dramatic and enthralling story of the building of the Brooklyn Bridge - the world’s longest suspension bridge at the time - a tale of greed, corruption, and obstruction but also of optimism, heroism, and determination, told by master historian David McCullough.
This monumental book is the enthralling story of one of the greatest events in our nation’s history, during the Age of Optimism—a period when Americans were convinced in their hearts that all things were possible.
The Billionaire’s Vinegar, now a New York Times bestseller, tells the true story of a 1787 Château Lafite Bordeaux — supposedly owned by Thomas Jefferson — that sold for $156,000 at auction and of the eccentrics whose lives intersected with it. Was it truly entombed in a Paris cellar for two hundred years? Or did it come from a secret Nazi bunker? Or from the moldy basement of a devilishly brilliant con artist?