Tivoli Free Library Events for the Weeks of 4/25/16 & 5/2/16
Tuesday, April 26
6:00pm-7:00pm – The Serious Side of Food – Session for the “Serious Side of Food” discussion series led by Professor Joseph Campisi of Marist College. In “The Serious Side of Food,” participants will come together over the course of five sessions to discuss a variety of thematically linked texts with Marist College Philosophy Professor, Joseph Campisi. Participants in “The Serious Side of Food” will explore an aspect of our culture that often gets taken for granted: food. Food provides both nourishment and pleasure, of course, but under the surface of each meal lies a series of complex interactions and entanglements. Working with histories, novels, and journalism, this series exposes some of the issues that lie on our plates. Tonight’s discussion is on the second half of “The Third Plate” by Dan Barber. This series of classes is FREE, but space is limited, so please register ASAP by e-mailing email@example.com or calling 845-757-3771.
featuring “Fantasy Fiction” both musically and literally. A performance of Benjamin Britten’s Fantasy for Oboe and String Trio. The Library offers programs throughout the year for both the young and old, and this project aims at engaging the imaginations of both. This program is FREE and open to all! No registration required. On the third floor of Village Hall.
“Setting up office hours in our local libraries offers an opportunity for constituents who may not live near the district office to meet my staff and ask any questions they may have so that we can offer support and assistance,” said Cahill. “It is my hope that residents in the 103rd Assembly District take advantage of these events. We welcome your voices and invite you to stop by, even just to say hello and introduce yourself. As always, the district office in Kingston will remain open from 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. This is a way to expand our reach.” For further information, or if you have suggestions on places where we might hold future community hours, please contact the Kingston District Office at(845) 338-9610.
* “Ask Angelo” – Have questions about trees, shrubs, and lawncare? Certified Arborist Angelo Schembari will be here to answer all your questions free of charge!
* Tree Walk with Amy Parella – Join us on a leisurely walk with Amy Parella, Horticulture Supervisor at Bard College. Amy will be teaching us how to identify different trees
* Arbor Day poster contest for kids. Bring your great ideas. We’ll have the materials to make them a reality!
* Presentation by Jeff Urbin, the King of Compost. Learn all about the whys, whens, and hows of composting!
* LAUNCH of the Tivoli Memorial Tree Program & Address by Mayor Joel Griffith!
* Booths: Solarize Northern Dutchess, League of Women Voters, and more!
10:00am-2:00pm – Hooks & Needles, Yarns & Threads – Informal weekly social gathering for rug hookers, knitters, crocheters, and all other yarn crafters. Drop in any time between 10am & 2pm! $1 suggested donation, to go toward the purchase of resource materials for the library collection.
4:00pm-5:30pm – Math Circle – Our friends from Bard College are back for Math Circle! Families with children of all ages are invited to join us one Friday a month for fun math games, math-related crafts and more! FREE. No sign-up necessary. Children under 9 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
touring the island with a group of musicians, academics and music producers. In this talk, he’ll share what he saw and heard, describe the practical realities
of visiting Cuba today, and reveal the enormous – and often hidden – impact Cuban music has had on American music and culture. It’s a lot more than just salsa!