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Dobbs Ferry Library Teen/Tween Events January 2022

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January 5, 2022

Teen/Tween Programs January 2022
The Library will be closed on Monday January 17 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Pod Squad
Monday, January 10
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Ages 13+
Are you interested in podcasts? This is a Zoom meetup for teen podcast fans — both makers and listeners alike!

Teens will have the opportunity to discuss podcasts they’re currently listening to, plug their own podcasting projects, and receive resources for creating their own podcasts or breaking into the field.

Register here!

Book Bundles for Teens
All January
Ages 13+
Looking for some recommended reading? Email to fill out a Google Form about your reading habits and interest to get a bundle of books especially chosen for you!
Dream Career: Jessica Galen, Cheesemonger
Thursday, January 13
4:30 – 5:30 PM
This winter, tune in to hear people with cool jobs talk about what they do for a living and how they’ve carved out their unique career paths. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and get useful tips for starting your own business, choosing a major, and more!

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January’s presenter: Jessica Galen, Cheesemonger

Jessica is the owner and chessemonger at Bloomy, a new cheese and specialty food shop in Dobbs Ferry. She has loved cheese from a young age, and assisted in cheese caves and for a raw milk farmstead cheesemaker while in graduate school for Food Studies at NYU. She later managed Lucy’s Whey, then the Upper East Side’s largest artisan cheese shop. Through these roles she developed a deep appreciation for the tireless work of farmers, cheesemakers and affineurs (cheese agers). She has dedicated her career to supporting independent farming, most recently as Director of Communications at Stone Barns Center.

Register here!

Have a particular career interest you’d like to have represented? Email

New: Teen/Tween Instagram!

Interested in our teen/tween programming? Want to see some new videos about books and crafts? Get some new resources? Follow our new DFPL Teens Instagram account!

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