Community Board

Greenburgh Public Library Special Holiday Events

• Bookmarks: 76


December 27, 2021

Holiday Hours:

Monday, December 27, Christmas Day Observed (Town), Closed

Friday, December 31, New Year’s Eve, open 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Advertisement
  • LOOK Cinemas Dobbs Ferry
  • LOOK Cinemas Dobbs Ferry

Saturday, January 1, New Year’s Day, Closed

Sunday, January 2, Open 1pm – 5pm

Monday, January 3, New Year’s Day Observed (Town), Closed

WEDNESDAY, December 29 | 5PM

Virtual Cooking for Kids With Ashley

Join Ashley from Big Flavors from a Tiny Kitchen to make Easy Homemade Mini Pizza Bagels. Please register to receive a grocery list, list of cookware/tools and the recipe.

THURSDAY, December 30 | 11 AM

Virtual Fiesta with Flor

FIESTA with Flor Bromley is not your typical children’s concert. It’s a bilingual Latin music fusion party! Come experience this interactive celebration of cultures at our family fiesta! Registration is required to receive the Zoom link.

FIESTA con Flor Bromley no es el típico concierto infantil. Es una fiesta de fusión de música latina bilingüe Ven a experimentar esta celebración interactiva de culturas en nuestra fiesta familiar! Es necesario inscribirse para recibir el enlace de Zoom. Para más información, favor de llamar a 721-8207.

Peruse our full Library Events calendar here.

Explore our Outside Virtual EventsCalendar for more events in our community and beyond…

Virtually Browse GPL’s New Collections for All Ages!

GREENBURGH LIBRARY IS NOW

FINE-FREE!

All books, DVDs and CDs checked out from Greenburgh Library will not accrue overdue fines.

Fines still apply to laptops, hotspots, FireTV Sticks, and Museum Passes.

All eligible items will be automatically renewed once.

Items 30 days overdue will be assumed lost.

Friends of the Greenburgh Library

Book Store

Holiday Pop-Up Sale!

All DVDs & CDS
2 for $1

through 12/31/2021

Visit a museum on us!

Reserve your Museum pass for the Guggenheim, Frick Collection, Intrepid, MoMA or Museum of the City of NY with your GPL card!

 

Greenburgh Public Library 914-721-8200 www.greenburghlibrary.org

Share the News!
Advertisement
Andrea Martone - real estate in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown and the Rivertowns

Irvington Cross-Country Team Committed to Building on Recent Success

By Tom Pedulla--- Tradition matters. There is no stronger testament to that than the success Irvington is enjoying following its...
Read More

Dobbs Ferry Awarded State Funding for Pre-K Program

By Rick Pezzullo--- Dobbs Ferry is one of six area school districts that have been awarded funding from the New...
Read More

COVID Update: There’s Good News and There’s…More Good News

By Barrett Seaman— It was painful to watch, even if one wasn’t an actual victim of the Omicron surge that...
Read More

Harckham Secures $200K Grant for Pedestrian Safety in SH

By Rick Pezzullo--- State Senator Pete Harckham has secured $200,000 in state grant funding for the Village of Sleepy Hollow...
Read More

Reginald Lafayette, Former County Dem Chair and Co-Chair of Board of Elections, Dead at 69

By Barrett Seaman— Encomiums and eulogies poured in from Westchester politicians of both parties over the weekend after word spread...
Read More

Hendrickx Sworn In As Greenburgh Town Council Member

By Barrett Seaman-- A former Hastings Democratic Party chair and county aide, Ellen Hendrickx was sworn in as a member...
Read More

Irvington Girls Roll Over Dobbs Ferry on Hardwood, 50-31

By Tom Pedulla Two girls’ basketball teams in search of their better selves met when visiting Irvington rolled past Dobbs...
Read More

The Importance of Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy-Part one of a three-part series. By Chip Wagner-- Why is financial literacy important to you? Two-thirds of our...
Read More

Firefighters Praised for Efforts in Containing Tarrytown Fire

By Rick Pezzullo--- Tarrytown Fire Department Chief Kelly Murphy praised the efforts of firefighters in battling an apartment building blaze...
Read More

Historic Hudson Valley Wins Federal Grant to Produce Interactive Graphic Novel on Enslaved Man’s Trial

Historic Hudson Valley (HHV) has been awarded a $399,000 Digital Projects for the Public grant from the National Endowment for...
Read More
76 recommended
0 notes
169 views
bookmark icon