The Library will be closed on Monday October 8 for Columbus Day.
The Corinth Free Library in conjunction with Stephen Cernek of the Hudson River Mill Museum has received an Action Grant from Humanities New York to support a series of public programs called Reuniting a Community With Its History: Three Centuries of Life and Work on the Hudson River in Corinth. This month we continue with programs at the library and one scholar-led walk along the Hudson River starting at the library. Call for more information or to register for a program. (518-654-6913)
These programs are made possible and sponsored by a Humanities New York Action Grant. “Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these programs do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.”
Programs scheduled for October:
Tuesday October 9 at 7pm: Stephen Cernek presents “Paintings and Photographs of the Hudson River, From Jessup”s Landing to Palmer Falls.”
Monday October 15 at 7pm: Dick Nason presents “Historic Adirondack Logging and Hudson River Driving.”
Saturday October 20 at 11am: Stephen Cernek will lead a “Walking Tour along the Hudson River from the Corinth Beach to Pagenstecher Park.”
Tuesday October 30 at 7pm: Stephen Cernek presents “Three Centuries of Commerce and Industry on the Hudson River at Corinth.”
Also in October:
Monday October 29 at 7pm: Author Wanda Adams Fischer discusses her new book Empty Seats.
Story time for pre-school aged children and their families is on Saturday October 6, 13 and 20 at 10:30 am.