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Friday March 1, 2013
Start: 12:00 pm
Start: 03/01/2013 - 12:00pm
End: 03/29/2013 - 12:00pm

The Friends of the Pine Plains Free Library is sponsoring a Young Writers Contest with awards of up to $100. Deadline is March 29.

For more information check their website http://friendsofthepineplainslibrary.org.

Start: 7:30 pm
End: 10:00 pm

Tri-Mountain Western Square Dance Club will hold dances on Fridays, March 1st, with Sandy Corey calling, and March 15th, with Ron McMurdy calling. These dances are from 7:30 to 10:00pm at Seymour Smith elementary school, on Academy St., Pine Plains, NY.

For more information call 845-758-8372.

Saturday March 2, 2013
(all day)
Start: 03/01/2013 - 12:00pm
End: 03/29/2013 - 12:00pm

The Friends of the Pine Plains Free Library is sponsoring a Young Writers Contest with awards of up to $100. Deadline is March 29.

For more information check their website http://friendsofthepineplainslibrary.org.

Start: 10:00 am
End: 3:00 pm

Singles and Sociables outings welcome all adult hikers, single and non-single, aged 18 and above. No reservations required. Meet at the Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center. This is a moderate, 7-mile hike led by Tonda Highley (845-255-9933). Potluck afterwards at Tonda’s. New hikers are strongly encouraged to contact the leader prior to the hike for information on hike levels, what to bring, and other information. Hike leaders determine whether or not to allow pets.

For more information or to register for any event, call the Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center (845) 255-0919.

Start: 10:00 am
End: 3:30 pm

Looking for something to do on a Saturday?  Swing by the Children's Room at the Scoville Memorial Library and have fun doing a seasonal craft you can take home.  Craft supplies will be available every Saturday from 10:00-3:30.

For additional information about events please phone 860-435-2838
Contact: Lawrence Davis-Hollander, Adult Program Coordinator or Claudia Cayne, Library Director

Start: 10:00 am

Bring your children to  the Scoville Library’s Children’s Room for an engaging hour of songs and stories. Led by children’s librarian Erin Simmons.

For additional information about events please phone 860-435-2838
Contact: Lawrence Davis-Hollander, Adult Program Coordinator or Claudia Cayne, Library Director

Start: 10:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

How is sap taken from a tree and made into syrup?  Come to the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum’s popular Maple Sugar Tours and see for your self how it’s done!  Guides will take you on a 60-minute walking tour through the forest to demonstrate how to tap a tree, how sap is collected, and how the sap boils down into sugar.  The tours will run from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, from March 2 until March 24th.  Come to the Maple Sugar Festival on March 2nd.  Maple Sugaring takes place at the Museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center, on Muser Drive across from 174 Angola Road  Cornwall.

For more information call (845) 534-5506 ext. 204.

Start: 10:30 am
End: 3:00 pm

Celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday with games, crafts, stories and snacks. Stop into the children's room at the Scoville Memorial Library anytime between 10 and 3 to make your own "Cat in the Hat" hat, play "Up, Up, Up With the Fish", listen to Dr. Seuss stories and decorate your own cupcake.

For additional information about events please phone 860-435-2838
Contact: Lawrence Davis-Hollander, Adult Program Coordinator or Claudia Cayne, Library Director

Start: 4:00 pm

The history, culture and traditions of the first settlers of the Northwest Corner will be the subject of Dr. Lucianne Lavin's illustrated presentation. Northwest Connecticut’s indigenous communities have long, rich histories that extend back to when they shared Mother Earth with mastodons and other extinct animals. Their story is one of accommodation and adaptation to rapidly changing physical and social environments after contact with European traders and explorers. This presentation will describe their complex tribal societies and sophisticated socio-political traditions just prior to contact,  and the subsequent colonial and post colonial effects.

For more information please call 860-435-2838 during library hours, 10-6
Tuesday-Friday, 10-4 Saturdays,1-4 Sundays.

Requests and Ticket Giveaways: 1-845-758-9811

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