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Big Read 2007
Explore Your Shore: Discovering Community History @ Your Library” is a grant project using the Hudson 400 Quadricentennial as a springboard to improve family literacy efforts by member libraries. Hudson 400 is Hudson Valley’s 400th anniversary celebration of European discovery by Henry Hudson. This partnership of communities, historic and cultural sites, and art and performance venues will provide a rich amalgamation of resources for libraries to use in building family literacy programs.
Fit for Life
Upper Hudson Library System was awarded a $25,000 Fit for Life grant, made possible by the generous support of Metlife Foundation. (see Latest Edition Vol. 18, No. 4.) As part of the preparation for increased consumer health reference in the member libraries, Jo-Ann Benedetti will offer five training sessions over the next few months. All workshops will be held at the Albany Public Library.
From Farm to Table
From Farm to Table offers valuable cooking ideas and tips on how to stretch food dollars, while introducing viewers to local farmers and regional experts with valuable knowledge to share. It encourages viewers to discover the bounty of New York's Capital Region, from the fields to the dinner table. A collaborative production of WMHT and Cornell Cooperative extension, the series highlights local farms and highlights New York State products.
I Spy My Home Town
Imagination River
Kids Cookin' By the Book
NICHE
Online Book Club
Riverway Storytelling Festival
Seniors & Libraries Connect
Sky Camp
Voyage of Life
Beyond Storytime: Positioning Libraries As Early Literacy Centers
Comics Connect
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