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Printing, Scanning, and Faxing
The library is a great solution for those who only occasionally need to print digital files. Perhaps occasional faxing is needed - that too can be done here! Need something scanned? One again - you can do that here. Ask a staff member for assistance and price per page.
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.
The Library's Memorial Day Picnic is just around the corner!     
Monday, May 29th, 12:00-2:30
Picnic, entertainment and activities include DJ George Carney, custom photos by Clicks by Karen, a Bounce House, Balloons by Matt Stevens, face painting by Paloma Hekl, food and games for all ages. Jester Jim will entertain all at 12:30pm, and raffle drawings for a wide variety of locally donated prizes will begin at 2:00pm. The Library is thrilled to have additional Musical Entertainment provided this year by Tuxedo Jazz - a talented group of musicians made up of 7th - 12th graders from George F. Baker High School.
Main Raffle prizes include: Champagne Brunch for 4 at Glenmere Mansion; Weber Genesis 3-burner LP Gas Grill; Foursome of Golf & Lunch at the Tuxedo Club; 3-hour Dinner Picnic Cruise for 8 on Tuxedo Lake catered by Tuxedo Park Events; and an Amazon Echo. Tickets for main raffle are available for purchase now and tricky tray tickets will be available soon! 
What is it Worth and How Do I Sell it?    
Thursday, May 18th at 7:00pm  
presented by Mark Aiosa, Independent Auction Consultant
Knowing your items value in the current market place is always in your best interest. Mark Aiosa, independent auction consultant and partner at D&E Coin shares his expertise on how to value and sell collectibles while avoiding predatory buyers and appraisers. This is NOT an appraisal event so do not bring in any items.
Click here to register. 
Weekly Programs 

Mondays and Tuesdays at 1:00pm
Drop in and join the group for bridge on Mondays. No registration necessary.  
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Staff & Patron Picks 
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online catalog.  
Katie Rosman, from the library's Authors' Circle "Conversations with Katie" series published a memoir in 2011 about her experiences and posthumous discoveries of her own mother. With a reporter's eye for detail and nuance, Rosman creates a vivid, unflinching, and unforgettable portrait of a privately remarkable mother and woman. In the process, Rosman tells a universal tale of loss and love, capturing the angst families confront when wading through the world of doctors and hospitals, the poignancy and pain that come as a life ends, and the humor that helps transform sadness into a new and powerful brand of happiness.       

A charming, intimate and fascinating collection of correspondence between broadcaster and #1 New York Times bestselling author Anderson Cooper and his mother, the celebrated Gloria Vanderbilt.

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