Mom”ME” Time

Friday, October 9, at 10am

Gather with moms, moms-to-be, and their children, ages in utero to 18 months. Learn, play, grow!

Bring something comfy to sit on!

In the Community Room


100th Anniversary Lectures Series with Myles Putman

Sunday, October 11, at 2pm

Excavating the History of Our Modern Day Roads

The advent of the automobile did much to change the design, construction, maintenance and repair of public roads during the early and mid 1900s. In addition, the role of government agencies was also reshaped during this process.


A,B,C’s and D’s of Medicare

Wednesday, October 14, at 6pm

In this FREE and informative seminar, we will discuss:
  • Original Medicare
  • Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C)
  • Medicare Supplement Plans (AARP)
  • Part D Prescription Plans
  • LIS (Low Income Subsidy)
  • EPIC (Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage)


An Introduction to Geocaching

Thursday, October 15, at 6:30pm

Discover an outdoor adventure game called Geocaching. Geocaching is a high-tech, real world, treasure-hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with hand-held GPS devices or GPS-enabled cell phones. Learn how to search out GPS coordinates, find caches and log your experience. Discover the meaning of terms like 'geocoin', 'swag', 'travel bug', 'mystery cache', and 'muggle'.


Borrow a Kindle Today!

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

In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume
The Rumor: A Novel by Elin Hilderbrand
The Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll
The Shoebox Bible by Alan Bradley
Go Set a Watchman: A Novel by Harper Lee
Find out more at this webpage.


Kids and Teens: Borrow and iPad!

The Saugerties Public Library has 3 iPads available for teens and 5 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!