Outdoor fun at local libraries



Kids will enjoy stories, walks, poetry and more

Outdoor fun can be had at your local libraries while still social distancing

Woodbury Public Library – OUTDOORS!
Daily through 8/31/2020
All day event at: The Rez, Central Valley and Highland Mills Branches
Rushmore Memorial Branch, 16 County Rte. 105, Highland Mills (845) 928-6162; Ida Cornell Branch, 23 Smith Clove Rd., Central Valley (845) 928-2114; The Rez (Earl Reservoir) is located off Schunnemunk Road in Highland Mills (845) 928-7578.

The Woodbury Library is going beyond their building to bring you something LIVE! Take a walk and become “literated”! Stories and poems in multiple locations around Woodbury for your enjoyment… Please practice social distancing while you view the displays. We’re glad to share summer with you – even if we can’t be together in person!!! 


Go on a STORYWALK™ at Central Valley Library, stroll the sidewalk at our Central Valley branch and enjoy a bilingual story book.

STORYWALK™ at the Rez, during your visit to The Rez, enjoy a picture book story by the playground equipment.

An “imagine your story”...(You must have valid 2020 Park Pass to enter the park).

Try the Poetry Promenade Series I & II, stroll around the exterior of our Highland Mills branch and enjoy the poems on display!

Last, but not least, Poetry at the Park: Series I & II, take a leisurely walk on the paved path leading into the Rez and soothe both body and mind with the poetry on display. 

Stanford Free Library

Stanford Free Library and Stanford Recreation are teaming up to bring the Library to you at the Rec Park this summer!
86 Creamery Rd., Stanfordville (845) 868-1341

Tuesdays, beginning July 14 from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Drop in for crafts under the pavilion with Miss Danielle

Thursdays, beginning July 16 at 1:00 pm
Thursday is Library Day at the Rec! Come for Stories in the Shade

Bring your library card, a bag to carry your books, and any items you need to return. After the stories you can check out and/or return books right from the Rec Park!

Storytime in the Park - Mamakating Library

Wednesdays in July, 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. LIVE storytime in Veteran’s Memorial Park, Wurtsboro (845) 888-8004

Stories, rhymes and songs for children from infants to age 4 and their caregivers. This is an in-person fresh air story time in Veteran’s Memorial Park! Join Miss Jen in the park at the corner of 3rd and Sullivan Streets in Wurtsboro. Please practice social distancing in the park. No registration necessary. (If rain is expected, bring an umbrella or use one of ours. We’ll have extra!)

 



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