What's new this
J U N E
from your Library
Summer Reading Challenges Begin This Month for All Ages
Adult Programs
PLEASE NOTE:
Participants must register prior to all programs.

Please register on our events calendar, or follow the program links and instructions below.
MFL Walking Club Returns
1st & 3rd Wednesdays starting June 1st
10:00-11:00 am
*Weather permitting*
Connect with the outdoors and your neighbors as we try out a new walking trail each week. Check our online calendar for meeting locations and weather-related updates.
Please note: A minimum of five attendees is needed to run this program for safety purposes.

Registration required. Please register for each walk you plan to attend.
Immigration in New York State Exhibit
On Display in the Library, June 2-June 28
Visit the Library during the month of June in celebration of Immigrant Heritage Month. A traveling poster exhibit from the Southeastern NY Library Resources Council will be on display, as well as local history
items that focus on the historic immigration to New York State, beginning with the arrival of Dutch settlers through the end of the World Wars. The display will be available to view through Tuesday, June 28.
Local Author Talk:
A. J. Schenkman
Thursday, June 2, 7:00 pm
Did you know that approximately 200,000 children joined the army during the Civil War, and over 400 women disguised themselves to join the fight? Many of these stories have gone unheard, until now…
Local author and Town of Gardiner Historian, A.J. Schenkman, will be at the Library to discuss his new book Unexpected Bravery. During his presentation, Schenkman will share the stories of the women and children who attempted to make a difference in the epic struggle to determine the future of the United States of America during the Civil War. Hear the story of Susie King Taylor, a thirteen year-old African American, who served as a nurse; Johnny Clem, a ten-year-old drummer boy; Mary Galloway, a seventeen-year old who fought on the battlefield; and more.
Registration is required.
Book Barn
Reopening for the Season Sale
Saturday, June 4, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
*Weather permitting*
The Friends of the Marlboro Free Library’s Book Barn will reopen for the season with a special outdoor book sale! Gently used book donations in good condition will be accepted during the sale.
The Book Barn is open every first and third Saturday of the month through October from 10:00am-2:00pm (weather permitting). Quality hardcover books and DVDs donated to the Library are available for reduced sale.
Marlborough Makers Club Adult Craft Series:
Leaf Monoprint
Tuesday, June 7, 6:30 pm
Make a frame-worthy print using a few supplies and leaves you can find in your own backyard! Registrants may pick and dry their own leaves or use the leaves provided.  This craft is in-person only.
Registration is required. Spaces are limited.
Virtual Local History Trivia Night
Wednesday, June 8, 7:00 pm
2nd Wednesday of each month
June-August
Our popular Local History Trivia Night continues! From the comfort of your own home, test your knowledge of Marlborough in this relaxed environment. Our trivia night is less about knowing the answers and more about connecting with friends, old and new, and learning something unexpected about the town’s history!
Registration is required. Register to participate or just listen in. 
TRIVIA SUBMISSIONS:
Are you in possession of some Marlboro/Milton trivia? We’d love for you to share! Your question/information/photo may be featured in an upcoming Trivia Night.
Email your trivia to: staff@marlborolibrary.org (Subject: Local History Trivia Submission)
Marlborough Makers Club Adult Craft Series:
Ice Cream Garland
Tuesday, June 21, 6:30 pm
This ice cream will never melt- as it’s made out of pom-poms and felt! Make this adorable garland for a party, give as a gift, or use it to add some color and whimsy to your home. Craft sessions will be in-person in the community room, with a Take & Make option for those who don’t wish to attend in person.
Registration before the deadline of June 13 is required for both options. Spaces are limited. Please select the craft format you’d prefer when registering.
Book Club
Wednesday, June 29, 7:00 pm
All are welcome to attend our Book Club! During June's meeting, we will be discussing The House at the Edge of Night by Catherine Banner.

Registration is required.
Coming Later this June:
The Story of the Gomez Mill House
Visit our Discover Marlboro app later this month for a virtual tour of the Gomez Mill House!
Discover Marlboro: The Story of the Gomez Mill House is supported with [or “in part with”] federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds allocated to the New York State Library by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS; imls.gov) and administered by Southeastern NY Library Resources Council.
Children's Programs
Save the Date!
Marlborough Makers Club Adult Craft Series:
Wooden Bead Ornament
Tuesday, July 5, 6:30 pm
It’s never too early to start making some winter decorations! Join us to learn how to string wooden beads together into the shape of a star, and get a jump-start on your holiday decorating. Stars can be made with five or six points, so these could be a great Christmas or Hanukkah decoration! Use them as a gift topper or hang them around your home.
Registration before the deadline of June 27 is required for Take & Make and in-person options. Spaces are limited. Please select the craft format you’d prefer when registering.
For Avid Readers!
For weekly reading recommendations, check out our blog, The Book Buzz.
Reminder
The Library is Closed on Sundays for the Summer
Starting June 19
&
Library Closed
Monday, June 20
in observance of Juneteenth
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Library Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-8pm
Friday: 9:30am-5pm
Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: 1pm-5pm*
*The Library is closed on Sundays for the Summer starting June 19