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December Newsletter

View Hyde Park Free Library’s December Newsletter Here.

Hyde Park Free Library Concert Series

DECEMBER CONCERTS

Saturday, December 3rd at 7:30pm
Concert: “Flash Company” Irish Music With Eric Garrison, Bryan Maloney, Jim Pospisil & John Allers
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*All Concerts in Annex Unless Otherwise Noted.

Board/Budget Vote Results

Thursday, October 13th from 2 pm to 9 pm the Hyde Park Library held our annual budget/board vote. On the ballot was the proposed Library District tax levy for 2017 as well as the election of two candidates to serve on the board for five year terms.

6a0128778b87ea970c0147e06c5c73970bBOARD/BUDGET VOTE RESULTS: The proposed Budget has PASSED. Thank you to all who voted!!! We couldn’t do what we do without your support! We would also like to welcome David Ray and Lynn Ruggiero to the Hyde Park Library Board of Trustees! David & Lynn bring years of experience in business, healthcare, teaching, and other endeavors that we are sure will translate into sound judgement and leadership for our library. Their commitment to the community and their support for libraries over the years is a welcome addition to our board!

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Get Help With Your Job Search!

Next Session: Thursday, December 15th From 2:30pm – 4:30pm

MONTHLY “JOB READY” SESSIONS NOW OFFERED — OPEN TO ALL.

The Hyde Park Library, in cooperation with Dutchess One Stop, is proud to offer a FREE career consulting service! Get help with:

  • Job search assistance
  • Resume building tips
  • Interviewing skills
  • Job referrals

Time: 3rd THURS. of every month. 2:30 – 4:30PM.download

Sessions are 30 minutes each at the Hyde Park Library. To schedule an appointment email or call Dutchess One Stop Field Coordinator Meghan Lambert, Sr. Career Counselor at :

MLambert@dutchessonestop.org
(845) 249-4644

To facilitate the process, please include your name/phone/desired appointment date & time in your email.

Appointments preferred.

Book Clubs @Hyde Park Free Library

General Book Club Reading List 2016

Mystery Book Club Reading List 2016

Check our calendar for the most up-to-date meeting dates & times. To inquire about or join either the General or the Mystery Book Club call us at 229-7791 Ext. 205!

E-Magazines! ~ A New Service!

zinioBeginning January 1st, 2016 the Hyde Park Library is pleased to announce our library members now have access to eMagazines through Zinio for Libraries! Zinio for Libraries, the world’s largest newsstand, offers full-color, digital magazines for immediate checkout and reading online on desktop and mobile devices via web browser — or download a “Zinio for Libraries” Reader App to download and view your “checked out” magazines for reading offline (PLEASE NOTE: Apps are READERS ONLY). Browse from a collection of popular new and backlist titles with no holds, no due dates, and no limits!

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Search the Catalog

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New to the Mid-Hudson Library System?

“I have a card — NOW WHAT?!”

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Don’t worry, we were all there once…

Learn how to make a PIN and set up your online account, use the online catalog, request items, freeze requests, cancel requests, renew items, pay fines online, get eBooks through the library from Overdrive, and much, much more! Just click here.

Hyde Park’s “Little Free Library!”

The Hyde Park Free Library is proud to announce its participation — in partnership with the Hyde Park Rotary — in the “Little Free Library” initiative!

WHAT IS A LITTLE FREE LIBRARY?

It’s a cooperative  “take a book, return a book” community gathering place where neighbors freely share their favorite literature and stories.

Hyde Park’s “Little Free Library” is located in the Stop & Shop Plaza in the Hyde Park Mall where anyone may stop by, peruse our selection, and pick up a book (or two).

Once you’ve had a chance to enjoy your read simply return at your leisure and donate another gently used book  that you’d like to share.

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