Letter from the Director: It’s Fall Y’all

Dear Greene County Public Library friends and family,

From Halloween to Thanksgiving, fall is a fantastic time to explore your Greene County Public Library! Enjoy the crisp, clear fall air as you drop by our outdoor programs, read about the night sky and use our telescopes, and visit our story trails. Then you can warm up with a great book in the library, in our book clubs, at story time, and more!

There are more ways than ever to enrich your life through the Greene County Public Library. Fall is a perfect time to take an online class through Lynda.com and Gale Courses, or to learn in-person through our presentations on everything from crafts to science.

If you are looking for a great evening at home, check out a movie from our in-depth DVD collection or through our streaming video services. Cook an incredible dinner for your family and friends for the holidays by learning from chefs ranging from Julia Child to America’s Test Kitchen through our extensive cooking video and book collection.

For those looking to get into the spirit of Halloween, we have everything you need from books with costume ideas to scary things for people of all ages. If you come on the right day, you might even see a librarian or two in costume.

Be sure to check our programming calendar for presentations that will keep you engaged and entertained throughout the fall. From game night to story time, there is plenty of fun for everyone at the Greene County Public Library.

Enjoy the fall, and I’ll see you at the library.

Karl Colón, Director

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