Sunday, August 30th @1:30pm
*All Concerts are Held in the Library Annex
Unless Otherwise Noted.
Check our calendar for the latest and ‘up-to-datest’ times for our upcoming Films. Films are screened in the Library Annex. All films are absolutely free!
CURRENT FILM SERIES / UPCOMING FILMS:
“Foreign Film Wednesdays” ~ Wednesdays @6:45pm
- POSTPHONED until 8/26 ~ “The Dreamlife of Angels” (France, 1998), With Elodie Bouchez, Natacha Regnier. Dir: Erick Zoncka.
“Friday Night Film Fest: Robin Williams — Seriously.” ~ Fridays @6:45pm
- 8/28 ~ “Good Will Hunting” (1997), With Matt Damon, Ben Affleck & Minnie Driver. Dir: Gus Van Sant.
- 9/11 ~ “What Dreams May Come” (1998), With Cuba Gooding Jr., Annabella Sciorra and Max von Sydow. Dir: Vincent Ward.
- 9/18 ~ “Patch Adams” (1998), With Philip Seymlour Hoffman and Monica Potter. Dir: Tom Shadyac.
- 9/25 ~ “Jakob the Liar” (1999), With Alan Arkin, Bob Balaban and Michael Jeter. Dir: Peter Kassowitz.
Elizabeth St. Leger, a local Hudson Valley Artist, has been painting for over 25 years. Her work is inspired by the beauty of the Hudson Valley, love of romantic landscapes and her travels through the United States and Europe. Elizabeth holds a Masters in Art in Printmaking and Bachelors in Art Education from SUNY New Paltz, has studied at the College of Arts and Crafts of California, the Barrett Art Center and The Garrison Art Center and has been a student of Keith Gunderson and Carolyn Hutchings Edlund. Elizabeth taught art in public education for 19 years. She has been involved with creating art for public projects in Hudson, New York including work with “Art for Animals” the ”Walkway Over the Hudson” quadricentennial celebration and most recently “Leaf a Legacy” for Abilities First Inc. She is involved with “Northern Dutchess, Art Studio Views” and “Art Along the Hudson”. She is also Vice President and Gallery Curator of the “Artists‘ Collective of Hyde Park.” Her paintings can be seen at Briggs Mountain Gallery, St. Leger’s Riverview Art Gallery, and the Artists’ Collective of Hyde Park — and now, the Hyde Park Free Library! Contact her @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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 :
To facilitate the process, please include your name/phone/desired appointment date & time in your email.
“I have a card — NOW WHAT?!”
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.
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.