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If you missed the Marijuana Laws listening-session that Albany County District Attorney P. David Soares held at the Guilderland Library on June 13, you have another opportunity to attend and speak out: The next local session is at the Bethlehem Public Library (located at 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar) on Wednesday, June 20, at 6 p.m.
According to information provided by the DA’s Office, “District Attorney P. David Soares [is holding a] series of public meetings will be held this summer to discuss marijuana laws with communities in Albany County. These meetings will give residents of Albany County an opportunity to ask questions and discuss public safety concerns about marijuana legalization and the future of marijuana laws and prosecution. In addition to the public meetings, Albany County residents are also invited to take an online survey to share opinions on the topic.
“Residents of Albany County that are unable to attend the scheduled meetings can still share opinions about marijuana laws by filling out our online survey. The survey can be found on our website www.albanycountyda.com by clicking on the green logo seal.”
Painting Your T-Shirt
Come to the Guilderland Library on Tuesday, June 19, at 6 p.m., and find out just how much fun you can have by painting your own T-shirt! It’s a great way to have some fun and make a bold, personal statement. Fabric painting opens up endless opportunities for transforming your wardrobe and your home. It allows you to create a one-of-a-kind pieces of wearable art. All materials provided. This program is for everyone: teens, tweens, adults … everyone!
Please register for this fun time by calling (518) 456-2400, ext. 4.
Life in the
Through July, the Library’s Helderberg Room will exhibit Nan Wilson’s “Life in the Spirit World,” an exhibit with a purpose. Featuring more than 30 prints of her original series of Butterfly Lifecycles and Bigger-than-Life Dragonflies, she invites you to embrace the mystery of these other life forms. Through her art, you will experience one of the greatest and simplest of pleasures in life: broadening your circle of compassion towards all living things.
@ the Library
It’s almost the end of the academic year, and finals are here. If you need a place where you can get together for a group study, or a quiet place to focus on your own, then come to the Guilderland Library’s Normanskill Room which is an ideal Study Space just for you and your friends. No need to sign up, just show up. The Study Space is open for you on Monday, June 18 from 4 to 8 p.m. Bring snacks.
Save the Date for Summer Reading
On Thursday, June 28, starting at 6 pm, the Guilderland Library ROCKS SUMMER READING!
Signup starts 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 28.
— Mark Curiale