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June
LIBRARY NEWS & PROGRAMS 
Thursdays In The Park
Starting July 5th 12:30 - 2:30 PM
While you can enjoy our park any day of the week, starting Thursday, July 5th, we are setting aside time for everyone to get your friends together, have a picnic lunch or just drop by to meet new people and enjoy the sunshine and the outdoors. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times and park rules apply. Visit our website to see park rules . www.pattersonlibrary.org
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New Program
Chat 'n' Chill
Every 3rd Tuesday
12:00 - 2:00 PM
Pack a lunch and join your friends or meet new people at this monthly get- together. We will provide the space for you to bring your cards, games, crafts or just sit and chat. Registration not required. Adults only.

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DROP-IN OPEN
COMPUTER & TECH HELP


Hours:
Every Other Tuesday 3 - 4:30 PM
Every Other Thursday 5 - 6:30 PM

Do you need help with your computer, cell phone or iPad? Stop in at our weekly drop-in help session to get answers to your computer or tech questions. No appointment necessary. 

*Dates and times are subject to change, please check our online calendar.
   ADULT PROGRAMS
Planning & Planting Your Vegetable Garden
Saturday June 2 @ 1 PM
Come help us plant the garden as The Master Gardeners from the Putnam County Cornell Cooperative Extension return for an afternoon of hands-on learning and vegetable garden planting! Learn how to read plant tags and seed packets as well as discuss the best way to plant your vegetables.

Movie Matinee:
It's Complicated
Wednesday June 6 @ 1 PM

Jane Adler has her life all figured out until she finds herself stuck between her new boyfriend and her ex-husband who is determined to win her back.
 
Starring: Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin
Rated R for some drug content and sexuality .

Intuition Workshop:
Intuitive You
Wednesday June 6 @ 7 PM

Maura Geist, Evidential Medium, Intuitive Teacher, Reiki Practitioner and Author, will discuss the power of intuition in this informative program. Learn what intuition is, how we use it and how you can sharpen your intuitive skills.  

Social Media
Wednesday June 13 @ 7 PM

Lance Whitney will discuss Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to help you connect and network with other people in your personal and professional life. Learn what these sites offer, how to set up your accounts and profiles, how to promote yourself, and how to share the right information with other people.

Chat 'n' Chill
Tuesday June 19 @ 12 PM

Come gather with your friends or meet new ones, at this monthly get together. We will provide the space for you to bring your lunch, play cards, games, crafts or just sit and chat.
Registration not required
Adults only.

A Look Back at the Neighborhoods East of Croton
Wednesday June 20 @ 7 PM

The Patterson Historical Society will present the fascinating history of Route 22, Birch Hill, Haviland Hollow and the surrounding neighborhoods east of the Croton, through personal letters, journals and photographs of former residents.
Visit our webpage at www.pattersonlibrary.org  and click on
Upcoming Adult Programs for our full program schedule.
KIDS' PROGRAMS
The 3 Sisters:
Exploring a Garden
Wednesday May 30 @ 4:30 PM
Wednesday June 6 @ 4:30 PM
Wednesday August 15 @ 11:00 AM
Ages 8 - 12

Through the delightful story of "The Three Sisters," we will be exploring Native American culture in this three-part series taught by Cornell Cooperative. Kids will plant in the garden, make a corn husk doll, harvest crops, and cook delicious food for the class to eat!
1st Day of Summer Movie
Wednesday June 20 @ 1:00 PM
Ages 8 and up

It’s the first day of summer! Come watch Sandlot , the classic summer movie on our big screen. Popcorn and drinks will be provided.

*Rated PG. Contains some profanity.
CPR: A Life-Saving Technique
Thursday June 21 @ 1:00 PM
Grades 5-8
Empower yourself with the knowledge to save a life in this amazing workshop. Learn the basics of CPR to help someone in cardiac arrest.
Birds of Prey
Friday June 22 @ 1:00 PM
Ages 4 and up

Observe several raptor species up close while learning about their adaptations, behavior, ecological importance, and natural history. Demonstrations, games, and museum specimens will help illuminate the fascinating lives of these amazing avians.
Babysitting 101
Tuesday June 26 @ 10:00 AM
Ages 11 and up

This 4-hour course prepares students to be safe when watching younger siblings or babysitting. Learn to negotiate pay and stay safe in an emergency. Please bring a bag lunch, paper, and pen or pencil.
Star Wars Celebration
Wednesday June 27 @ 11:00 AM
Ages 6 - 12

In a galaxy not so far away, meet Star Wars characters, do crafts, play games, and eat snacks at this Star Wars celebration.
American Girl Spectacular
Thursday June 28 @ 11:00 AM
Ages 7 and up

Do you love American Girl and WellieWishers? Come have tea and lunch with your doll, make a craft, and have your doll's hair styled. After, your doll will walk the runway! Wear your favorite fancy outfit to this special event.

TEEN PROGRAMS
Cell Phone Photography
Fridays June 1 & 8 @ 5 PM
Ages 13-17

Are you a fan of Instagram? Would you like to make your feed really stand out? Dan Stockfield will give a two-part class on cell phone photography just in time to show off your summer vacation pictures and get your feed poppin’!
Don't Miss These Great
May Programs 
Adult Programs:

Tuesday May 1 @ 7 PM THIS PROGRAM IS FULL
Dave Ehlert will present a wonderful visual presentation and perform the songs that marked this time in our history. We Gotta Get Outta This Place, Purple Haze, and Magic Carpet Ride are just a few of the songs you'll hear in this wonderful 50th Anniversary tribute to our Vietnam Vets.

Wednesday May 2 @ 7 PM
Fiduciary Advisor, Frank Marano, will discuss the changes in the tax laws and the impact they will have on all of us. Learn how they affect your personal taxes, finances, small business and your retirement and financial planning.

Wednesday May 9 @ 1 PM
Follow the incredible story of Winston Churchill, the newly appointed British Prime Minister, who inspired and led his people through the horrors of World War II.  Starring Gary Oldman. Rated PG-13 for thematic material.

Tuesday May 15 @ 7 PM
Come gather with your friends or meet new ones, at this monthly get-together. We will provide the space for you to bring your lunch, play cards, games, crafts or just sit and chat. Registration not required. Adults only.

Wednesday May 16 @ 7 PM
Learn the facts about solar energy and the many options it offers. The licensed sustainable energy consultation team from EZ Clean Energy will discuss everything you need to know to decide if solar energy is for you.

Kids' Programs:

Friday May 4 @ 5 PM
Entering Grades 3 - 7
This year’s play will be Beauty and the Beast! Come out and audition for any part you’d like! Registration required.

Friday May 11 @ 5 PM
Ages 8 - 12
Hey kids! Come out and show us what you’ve got! Represent Patterson at Julia L. Butterfield library in Cold Spring. Registration required.

Tuesday May 22 @ 10 AM
Up to age 5
Come with your infant, toddler, or preschooler and dance, laugh, wiggle, and sing! See what the buzz is all about with this fun music and movement program from the makers of Zumba! Registration required.


Teen Programs:

Friday May 4 @ 4 PM
Ages 13 - 17
Our first teen play was a hit, so here we are for round two! If you are 13 and older and would be interested in the Teen Play, come to our info session! Registration required.

Friday May 11 @ 6:30 PM
Ages 13 - 17
Our first talent night was a huge success, so the second event is in the works. This time Julia L. Butterfield Library in Cold Spring will host this great night. We hope to see everyone that participated in the first show, plus new talent! Registration required.