Oct 03

Storytime with Angela Lunz and Kathy Garofalo


  • Children’s Story time Reading will be starting Saturday, October 21 at 10:30 -11:30 AM here in the children’s room. This will be continuing each Saturday of the month.
  • This is a time for children ages 3-6  to come and enjoy a story and question and answer time over a children’s reading from popular children’s authors.
  • PLEASE make sure to register for this by phoning the library on 518 696 3423.


Oct 03

Metta Meditation with Angela Lunz

  • MettaMeditationMetta Meditation with Angela Lunz from CrestHaven Interfaith Ministries
  •  Thursday, October 12  (to be offered every 2nd and 4thThursday)


Metta is a 5 part meditation beginning with yourself. Breathe gently, and recite inwardly the following phrases directed to your own well-being. You begin with yourself because without loving yourself it is almost impossible to love others.Meditation

Sep 26

Architecture Books for Sale $1 Each

We have a large collection of architecture books we no longer have room for at the library. Please feel free to drop in and have a look. They are located in the back reference section in boxes.


Sep 20

Teen Reading Night at the Library

Teen Reading Night at the Library Teen Reading Night at the Library

Welcome to Teen Reading Night at the Library hosted by Pat Lewandowski.

Beginning in October this will be the first and third Tuesday of each month from 7:00-8:00. Please call 518 696 3423 to sign up. You pick the books and we order them for this reading group.


Sep 07

New Visiting Artwork: Mark Blech

The Hadley-Luzerne Public Library is happy to introduce Marc Blech. His paintings are displayed (and available on consignment) in the lobby and non-fiction areas of our library.

Mark Blech holds a BFA from Alfred University, College of Art and Design,  and an MFA from The University of California at Irvine. A lifelong artistic career in both fine and commercial art, Mark has created original and custom pieces for clients around the country. 

Below is a sample of the work he has displaying with us.


Sep 01

Library Book Club

Our Library Book Club’s next  is meeting Thursday, November 9th from 4:00-5:00.

Library Book Club selection for the month of November

The beloved Perennial classic—named as one of the books of the twentieth century by the New York Public Library.

Orville Prescott has called this American classic “one of the most dearly beloved and one of the finest books of our day.” Indeed, when A Tree Grows in Brooklyn was first published in 1943, four printing plants were required to keep up with the demand.

Seventy years later, readers are still fascinated by Betty Smith’s moving portrayal of the Nolans, a poor family living in the Williamsburg slums of Brooklyn. A poignant tale of childhood and the ties of family, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn will transport the reader to the early 1900s where a little girl named Francie dreamily looks out her window at a tree struggling to reach the sky. -Amazon Book Review


Aug 16

Annual Report 2016

cover-of-annual-reportAnnual Summary


Annual Report 2016

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