The Hudson Area Library will offer programs and services seven days a week beginning Sunday, February 11! As of February 11, the library’s hours will be Sunday, 1-4pm; Monday, 9am-5pm; Tuesday & Wednesday, 9am-8pm; Thursday & Friday, 9am-5pm; and Saturday, 10am-3pm.
The library will offer special programming to celebrate both Library Lovers Month and the new seven day schedule on Sunday, February 11. In addition, the library will waive up to $5 in overdue fines to any patron, upon request, who visits during the open hours on this special day.
The library’s special celebratory schedule is as follows:
1. The Friends of the Hudson Area Library, who have been a great support to the library with volunteer help, financial support and programming, will offer free, delectable home baked refreshments.
2. Pamela Badila will present Folktales & Stories for Children & Families at 1pm, featuring folktales from around the world. This special story hour, which will be held every Sunday at 1pm, will give families the opportunity to explore stories, told through generations, that form the traditions and ethics of particular cultures.
3. In celebration of our new schedule, on February 11, we have the volunteer services of Tom Buckner, a local photographer, who will take your picture with your graduation photo or the graduation photo of a relative from the near or distant past from the Hudson High Yearbooks (the library has every year between 1914 and 2017!)This is a free service and we will send you the digital file for your use. To make an appointment for a photo session email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, the yearbook date and name of person in the photo and we will give you an appointment.
4. NorthWinds, a trio of bassoonists, will perform and also discuss the bassoon as instrument at 4pm in the main library. This bassoon ensemble, comprised of John Douglas Ferrigno, Cornelia McGiver, and Nora Post, brings out the jaunty, the moody, the serene, and the serious natures of the instrument in an accessible manner for the audience.
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