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PiYo

Saturday, August 23 & 30, at 10am

Come to the library to try this brand new work out. PiYo is a yoga and pilates infusion that is designed to increase strength and flexibility while giving you a cardio workout. You'll use your body weight to perform a series of continuous, targeted moves, to burn fat as you redefine every single muscle. No weights. No jumps.

Beach Body Coach Sue Gambino will be providing the PiYo DVDs for our use.

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Poetry Night

Tuesday, August 26, at 6pm

Are you a beginner or a pro?
Share your rhymes or free flow.
Sign up at the main desk for a spot.
Don't be shy. Give it a shot.
Come and be creative,
or just listen and be spectative.
All are welcome!
Sign up at the main circulation desk or call 246-4317.

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Best Summer Ever Writing Contest

Write an essay about your best summer ever, or be creative and write about the best summer of characters that live in your imagination!

Rules:
Open to Saugerties Public Library patrons.
1,500 words or less.
Limit to one submission.
Write your name and telephone number on your entry.
Must be 18 years and up.
Contest ends Monday, August 25.

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2015 Budget Information

The budget vote and trustee election will be held Thursday, September 4th, from 10am-8pm in the library's community room. Click here to view the budget proposal and FAQs.

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Borrow a Kindle Today!

Borrow a Kindle for two weeks! They come preloaded with the best new titles. The newest additions include:

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner
Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen
The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith
Book of Life by Deborah Harkness
Find out more at this webpage.

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Kids and Teens: Borrow an iPad!

The Saugerties Public Library has 5 iPads available for teens and 6 iPads for children to check out and use in the library. The iPads are due after one hour and cannot be removed from the Teen Room or Children’s Library. Teens must be 13 – 19 and have a library card in good standing to borrow an iPad. Children must have an adult with them at all times and one of them must have a library card in good standing to borrow an iPad.

To see which apps have been downloaded to the iPads, click right here!

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