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Feb. 2, 2017
Come join us for clay time! As a team, we will explore how mud can become so much more—we will pinch, coil, sculpt and build our lumps of earth into beautiful pots. Learning from this amazing material, as well as from each other, we are sure to get our... Read more
Jan. 31, 2017
Don't play the game, experience it! Immerse yourself in an ocean that abounds with sea life, walk across a plank 80 stories from the ground, or break out of an asteroid and see the galaxy up close. Try out the newest in virtual reality gaming and have... Read more
Jan. 26, 2017
For those who have wondered how exactly clean mountain water travels all the way from the Catskills to New York City, this free illustrated presentation will expose the creation of the massive concrete umbilical cord that delivers this life-giving water... Read more
Jan. 2, 2017
Learn all the latest tips and techniques for researching who your ancestors were. You will leave with a packet of valuable materials. This free program requires preregistration. Please call or email the library at 845-657-2482 or [email protected] Read more
Jan. 2, 2017
Come in from the cold and enjoy a bowl of hearty soup with your neighbors! This free dinner is offered as a service to the community by Boy Scout Troop 163. Bread is generously donated by Bread Alone.
Jan. 2, 2017
Photographer and photo restorer Robert Every will have a solo photography exhibit in the Community Room highlighting landscape photographs of the Catskills and the Ashokan Reservoir.  A native of West Shokan, he has a passion for local history that comes... Read more
Jan. 2, 2017
Dr. Joseph Tieri, co-owner of Stone Ridge Healing Arts Center will present ways to care for your joints and muscles in order to cure and prevent headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, hip, knee and foot pain in three easy steps. He will have... Read more
Jan. 2, 2017
Learn to grow nutritious and delicious microgreens in your home. There will be kits for sale with everything you need to get going. Please preregister for this free workshop by calling the library at 845-657-2482, or email [email protected] Read more
Jan. 2, 2017
  SIREN Baroque, New York City's only all-female early music ensemble unearth rare music from the convents of 17th-century Europe. These compelling works of music, composed by talented nuns for the ears of their Sisters and God only, have almost never... Read more
Jan. 2, 2017
Learn to keep honeybees in your own backyard! This free course covers all the basics of the life of honeybees and helps you to get started keeping bees this spring. There is a monthly beekeeping support group that meets at the library to help you along... Read more
Nov. 16, 2016
Handmade local gifts as well as hot lunch, music and raffle baskets.  Vendors include natural body products, handmade jewelry, quilts, American Girl doll clothes, local honey and maple syrup, knit items and many more.    
Nov. 16, 2016
Learn how to wet felt and create a unique handmade gift.  Finished size is about 5" x 7".  All supplies and materials are provided.    
Nov. 16, 2016
Nov. 16, 2016
Join Boy Scout Troop 163 for a FREE soup dinner at the Olive Free Library.  This is a special date due to the holiday.  Delicious soups and chilis are served by the Boy Scouts along with bread generously donated by Bread Alone.  Olive Free Library, 4033... Read more
Nov. 5, 2016
Rest, Relax, and ReviveReiki is a gentle hands on healing technique that can help relieve stress and tension.  Local Reiki practitioners have teamed up with the Olive Free Library to offer this free clinic. Appointments are 45 minutes each starting at 11... Read more
Oct. 25, 2016
Part of the Handmade for the Holidays workshops at the Olive Free Library: Make an up-cycled jean bag with seamstress extraordinaire, Linda Sobel. Linda will demonstrate how to cut and put together these durable, strong, and attractive bags. Bring your... Read more

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