We’re over the moon about “A Universe of Stories,” blasting off Friday, June 28! Stop by GPL at either 3 to 4 p.m. or 6 to 7 p.m. for ice cream and details on the stellar selections awaiting you!
An enticing host of activities spanning early childhood to adult promises to keep everyone engaged, educated and entertained throughout the dog days of summer. Take a look at the full schedule – several programs are designed for all ages. Sign up for registered programs starts two weeks prior to the event. Check out the link on our home page, www.guilderlandlibrary.org, for details, or pick up a brochure at the library.
Adults read too
Summer Reading Programs are not just for kids and teens…adults are encouraged to join in the fun too!
Cardholders age 18+ are invited to create an account on guilderlandlibrary.beanstack.org to log your reading from July 1 through August 30. You can also visit us at the library and we’ll log your progress for you. Read a book, enter the author/title on Beanstack, and earn extra points for composing a short review. Books, eBooks, audio books – everything counts! Log three books and win a free book, plus an entry into our Grand Prize Drawing to win a specialty gift basket. We’ll draw three winners on Friday, Aug. 30. Our thanks to the Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza for their continued support of this program.
Sunday, June 30 is “Meet Your Neighbor” day at the Guilderland Farmer’s Market. We’ll be there, joining local and regional farmers, crafters, artists and food artisans, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Stop by and visit us on 6147 State Farm Road behind Star Plaza in Guilderland. Call 518-595-8109 for more information about the Farmer’s Market.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the subject of the final film in our current series: “On the Basis of Sex.”
Join us for a viewing Thursday, June 27 at 6:30 p.m. This movie depicts Bader Ginsburg’s professional ascent as she focuses on gender equality by proving discrimination “on the basis of sex” is unconstitutional. Starring Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer.
— Luanne Nicholson