The Hyde Park Library is celebrating National Poetry Month with a series of poetry related events. Our events are free and open to all!
APRIL POETRY EVENTS:
THURS, April 9th ~ “An Evening of Poetry” @7PM. Come by and try your hand at poetry with other poetry lovers!
MON, April 13th ~ “Writer’s Group: Poetry & Shorter Prose” @6:30PM. Call ahead to inquire about openings: 845-229-7791 Ext. 205.
SUN, April 19th ~ “Singer/Songwriters Dave Kearney & Don Sparks In Concert” @2PM. Pull up a chair, sit back, and enjoy the poetry and instrumentation of two highly talented folk performers. Suggested Donation: $10.
SAT, April 25th ~ “Poetry In Motion” @1-3PM. Workshop for Grades 6+. Focus on stop-motion animation to create animated video poems. Call to register: 485-4480 OR Email: email@example.com
MON, April 27th ~ “Writers’ Group: Poetry & Shorter Prose” @6:30PM. Call ahead to inquire about openings: 845-229-7791 Ext. 205.
Photography of Ernie Mortuzans
Saturday, April 11th 2:00PM -- 4:30PM
Sunday, April 19th @2:00PM
Dave Kearney & Don Sparks!
(All Concerts are Held in the Library Annex Unless Otherwise Noted.)
NEED TAX FORMS?
Find your form online & either request it to be sent to you by mail, or print it at the library at a reduced rate of $0.10 per page! Forms can also be ordered by phone at the numbers listed below.
Tax Help: 1-800-829-1040
Tax Help: 1-518-457-5181
1099 General Info: 1-518-457-5181
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 Heady-Amara at:
To facilitate the process, please include your name/phone/desired appointment date & time in your email.
Hyde Park Free Library is a member of the Mid-Hudson Library System; we are proud to serve the community needs of Hyde Park and the greater Mid-Hudson Valley region. The role of libraries is as important as ever serving as a public meeting place and gateway to a plethora of free physical and web-based resources–democratizing access to information and other resources for ALL! We hope you agree. Find out just how much value you get out of your Library Card with NYLA’s Library Value Calculator! It takes just a few minutes to send an email! Become an advocate! The Library needs your support!
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.