Celebrate Voorheesville’s fascinating past with village history guide, Dennis Ulion. This 2.0 hour walking tour will begin at St. Matthew’s Church, and take us to locations on Maple Ave., Voorheesville Ave., S. Main St., and Grove St. The tour will continue back to St. Matthew’s around 11:30 am. Registration is required, and limited to 10 people.
Friday, September 24 • 9:30-11:30 am
Friday, October 8 • 9:30-11:30 am
Thursday, September 23 • 6:30 -7:30 pm
Join Maria Nataralli, private wealth advisor and managing partner at Inspire Confidence Group for this special presentation on Thursday, September 23rd at 6:30 pm. WDYWFY is a goal achievement process which stands for What Do You Want For Yourself? Learn how to align your goals with your personal, professional and financial values. Please register to receive the Microsoft Teams link.
• Selling on Etsy
Tuesday September 28 • 6 pm
• Intro to Streaming Video
Tuesday, October 19 • 6 pm
• Power Your Job Hunt with Google
Tuesday, November 9 • 6pm
• Intro to Cloud Computing
Tuesday, November 30 • 6pm
• Intro to Google Apps Suite
Tuesday, December 14 • 6pm
Saturday, September 18, 10 am -12 pm
Rain date Sat., September 25
See the streets of Voorheesville as never before with Village historian, Dennis Sullivan. This walking tour will begin at Voorheesville Elementary School, and conclude with refreshments at the Rail Trail pavilion on Grove St. Registration is required, and limited to 30 people. Attendees must follow COVID safety guidelines. Waiting List.
2020 was an unprecedented year of challenges and perseverance. Parents were hit especially hard as they tried to juggle jobs while simultaneously overseeing virtual school for their children. Join Michelle Napierski-Prancl, PhD, Professor of Sociology and Faculty Director of the Women’s Institute at Russell Sage College, as she shares her findings from interviewing class of 2020 parents across the country. Dr. Napierski-Prancl is currently co-editing a forthcoming book, Persevering During the Pandemic: Communication, Creativity and Connection (2022). In this book, she pens a chapter based on her interviews with parents of Class of 2020 students from all around the country. They describe what it was like to parent their children after schools shut down and important rituals like prom and graduation were cancelled or celebrated virtually. Michelle lives in Voorheesville with her husband and their three children, including a son who graduated in 2020.
Whether you pick up a copy of the discussion title or download an ebook or listen to an audiobook, you are invited to join fellow readers to enjoy lively online discussion from the comfort of your own home! Register to get the private meeting link emailed to you. Call to schedule your curbside pickup of a library book. Limited copies are available for a $5 purchase (thanks to the support of the Friends of the Voorheesville Public Library).
For our book loving planners: We are listing a few of the book group books for the upcoming year below. Paper bookmarks of your favorite book club are available inside the library.
Music hits so many chords! We have created a Spotify account with a variety of playlists for your listening pleasure.