Events – 13 Sep 22

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Outside Story Time

Sep 13
10:30 am -
11:00 am

Join us for our popular story time for infants and toddlers outside on our front lawn. Story time is designed to enhance early literacy skills and features diverse children’s books in which all children can see themselves represented… plus we have a lot of fun! In case of bad weather, the event will be cancelled. Please call the Library or check our website that morning.

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Tween Craft: Hand-made Tote Bags

Sep 13
3:30 pm -
4:30 pm

Grab your favorite old t-shirt and we’ll help you upcycle it into a tote bag that’s perfect for carrying your books to and from the Library! This class is for ages 8 and up and is capped at 6 people, but a waitlist will be kept. Because of high demand, we ask that if you register and cannot attend, that you cancel with 24 hours notice. If you do not give 24-hour notice of a cancellation, you will not be able to re-register for another session. If you are interested, please email Kathy at kpalovick@wlsmail.org with your/your child’s name and age, and your phone number. You will receive a confirmation. Register soon, as space is limited!

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The Lowell Mill Girls-Organized Labor and the First Strikes in America

Sep 13
6:30 pm -
8:00 pm

At the Lowell textile mills in Massachusetts, young women recruited off farms worked 70 hours and six days a week under very harsh conditions. When wages were cut, the workers walked out. Join us to learn more about the industrialization of America, and the people who resisted its abuses. Rick Feingold teaches American Business History at Bergen Community College and holds a degree in History from Rutgers University. This program is presented in collaboration with the Harrison, Hendrick Hudson, and Somers Public Libraries. This event takes place on Zoom and registration is required. Please register here.

 

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