Events Calendar

Attention Book Lovers! This is your chance to meet with other book lovers to share your thoughts about the books you’re currently reading or listening to. Amanda from Betts Branch and Joanne from Soule Branch will keep the discussion rolling with thought-provoking questions about your latest read. Registration is required. Please visit to sign up! Participants will be sent a link to join a Zoom meeting.

What Are You Reading? Online Book Discussion Group  image

YPL Virtual Zoom Meeting ID: 98211459877

Lu Ann Adams will bring stories from the beach to life life with puppets, music & more. Listen to "The Mouse that Barked (Cuban tale), "Tipingee" (Haitian Tale), "Hen & Crocodile" (African Tale) and other stories. Join meeting via Zoom
or call 1-929-205-6099 (Meeting ID: 9821145877 Password: 951570).

The Mouse That Barked and Other Sizzlin' Summertime Tales! with LuAnn Adams image

Who are our art heroes? Together we’ll explore the incredible works of art from the Everson’s collection to learn about past and present art heroes and art works from the Everson’s collection that convey the meaning of heroes. We’ll look closely and have conversations about both local and internationally known historical and contemporary artists that use a broad range of materials and artistic styles. Please visit to register. For ages 12 - 18.

Everson At Home: Art Heroes image

Mount Kisco Public Library, 100 East Main St. Mount Kisco NY 10549

For children ages 18 months - 5 years old with a parent or caregiver.

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Location of event - YouTube


This virtual coding program focuses on creating amazing experiences with code to educate our community on the effects of cyberbullying. Students will address the impacts of cyberbullying and design a choose your own adventure game that presents a variety of different cyberbullying scenarios. Each group will brainstorm their scenarios, create custom graphics, and code their games using Scratch!

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New City Library (online)

The lecture explores the unique imagery of Dorothea Lange, one of the most profound American documentary photographers. During the presentation we will discuss the photographer’s most iconic works and the impact they had on their viewers both during the time when they were created and present day.

Dorothea Lange: Beyond Photojournalism image

OCPL has partnered with Syracuse Shakespeare In The Park (SSITP) to bring you Shakespeare Unstaged! Enjoy a sampling of scenes, monologues, and sonnets performed by the talented volunteers of SSITP on Facebook Live. Visit on Thursdays at 2:00 pm to tune in!

OCPL Presents: Shakespeare Unstaged image

Mount Kisco Public Library, 100 East Main St. Mount Kisco NY 10549

Let us help you get your best possible score on the math portion of the SAT.
The College Board has scheduled a test at Fox Lane on August 29.

For teens taking the SAT.

Email for a zoom invitation and instructions on how to best prepare.

Location of event - Zoom Room

Mount Kisco Public Library, 100 East Main St. Mount Kisco NY 10549

Join us as we make crafts together in a virtual setting. Gnomes are a staple in every good fairy tale and now they can be a staple in your home as well. If you wish to participate in the live Zoom event, pick up the materials no later than 1:00pm outside the library by the book drop. All ages. Join Zoom Craft Meeting ID: 871 9468 6016 Password: 407068

YPL Virtual Zoom Meeting ID: 95111332716

Patricia Vaccarino will talk about her book The Heart of Yonkers which is the sequel to her book YONKERS Yonkers!: A Story of Race and Redemption. The Heart of Yonkers is about a teenager (Cookie Colangelo) living in Yonkers has a crush on a Vietnam veteran (Stanley di Falco) who just returned home. Cookie travels to different parts of Yonkers and befriends a variety of characters.

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