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Library Service Spotlight   

Museum Passes & Vouchers.
Spring is a great time to take advantage of this service.

  • Boscobel
  • American Museum of Natural History (vouchers need not be returned)
  • Storm King Art Center
  • The membership cards and vouchers are available for you to checkout at the Circulation Desk.
    Donated by the Friends of Tuxedo Park Library.
    Some rules of checkout do apply:
    • Membership cards will only circulate to adult Tuxedo Park Library cardholders in good standing.
    • 3 day loan period.
    • No renewals.
    • If the membership card is lost, there is a $10 replacement charge.
    • Limit of one card to a family at a time.
    • Overdue fines are $5 per day for membership cards.
    • Reserves cannot be placed on museum passes.
    We have a new online calendar!
    Patrons are now able to register for programs online!
    Click here or visit the calendar link on our website.
    Movie Matinee                        
      
    Monday, March 27th at 1:00pm
    Adult Program

    The Dressmaker (R | 1 hr 59 min)
    Showing award-winning movies on the last Monday of March and April with movie fare provided. Titles will be revealed one week before show time. Visit the library's website calendar to register.
    Click here  to register. 
    Knit a Scarf with Straws                           
    Wednesday, March 29th at 6:30pm
    Teen Program - grades 6 & up

    Crafty librarian Kimberly Hack will be here to guide you through creating a beautiful, straw-knitted scarf. Perfect for a gift or keep for yourself. Space is limited - click here to register. 
     
    Cooking Diabetic-Friendly Meals                        
        
    Thursday, March 30th at 6:00pm
    presented by Carley Baulick MS, RD from Monroe Shop Rite

    Learn diet strategies and recipe ideas for those with diabetes or wanting to prevent diabetes. Visit the library's website calendar to register. Click here to register.  
    Family Movie Night                            
    Friday, March 31st at 6:30pm
    Family Program
    Sing (PG | 1 hr 48 min)

    A koala impresario stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theater in this quirky animated musical.
    Snacks will be provided.
    Space is limited - click here to register. 
     
    Weekly Programs 
    Bridge      

    Mondays and Tuesdays at 1:00pm
     
    Drop in and join the group for bridge on Mondays. No registration necessary.  
     
    Elementary Explorers                             
    Mondays at 4:30pm
    Grades K-2

    Stories followed by crafts, games, and fun activities. 
    Click here to register. 
     
    Alphabet Soup                              
     Thursdays at 1:30pm
    Ages 3-5 years old

    A First "on my own" program with stories, fun crafts, and games to increase literacy skills.  
    Click here to register. 
     
    Romp & Stomp                              
    Fridays at 10:30am
    Ages 1-3 years old

    Romp & Stomp focuses on developing your child's pre-literacy skills. The program is designed to engage your children with short stories, finger plays, action rhymes, and songs, as well has help improve motor, sensory, and social skills with play time.  
    Click here to register. 
     
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    Staff Picks
    Take a Listen to Some New Music 
    click on the item's image  
    to find in the Library's  
    online catalog.  
     
    Nodding to his own Irish roots and acknowledging a country where he's bigger than Bieber, Sheeran offers his own spin on the Irish drinking song to the present-day pop world in a modern-day jig that recalls a synthesis of Justin Timberlake meets the Pogues - and is released in March, to boot. Sheeran's musical history lesson is both well-timed and rip-roaringly fun, another example of his still-evolving craft. - Rolling Stone       
     
     
    For a band that often gets described as "minimal," the xx pack a massive amount of drama and emotion into their subtle music. The U.K. trio specialize in Zen restraint, blurring the line between indie guitar pop, R&B and dance music in stripped-down songs that are as sleek and eerie as they are weirdly inviting. - Rolling Stone  
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