Are you used to seeing our calendar on the side of the webpage? Well, our new and improved calendar can now be found up top !
We have partnered with Diver Library to offer you a greater variety of events close to you! To see the calendar, just click HERE, and next time, just click on up above!
It’s vacation week, and we have activities for the kids planned! Join the Valley Falls Free Library and Diver Library:
- Saturday the 15th @ 10am: “Let’s Make Pancakes!” at the Valley Falls Community Center
- Monday the 17th @ 10:30am : Learn & Play Storytime at Diver Library
- Tuesday the 18th @ 2pm : Make Seed Paper! at Diver Library
- Wednesday the 19th @ 2pm: Spring Craft Make ‘n Take at Valley Falls Library
- Thursday the 20th @ 2pm : Creative Workshop with Lili Loveday at Diver Library
- Friday the 21st @ 2pm: Spring Craft Make ‘n Take at Valley Falls Free Library
Amy Halloran, author of “The New Bread Basket” will demonstrate pancakes from field to griddle, and you’ll get a taste of what it takes to make a pancake from the ground to your plate. Come learn about grain growing, flour milling, and pancake making and eating! This is for kids of any age, just let us know how many are coming so we have enough pancakes!!
WHEN: April 15th 10:00AM-11:00AM
WHERE: Valley Falls Community Center
11 Charles Street, Valley Falls, NY
TO REGISTER: CALL 753-4230, or EMAIL email@example.com
The Valley Falls Free Library is sponsoring a Defensive Driving Course Saturday May 6th from 9AM-3:30PM at the Pittstown Town Hall. The cost is $30, with free pizza lunch provided by the library.
Call 753-4230 or stop into the library to enroll and pre-pay. Payment can be $30 Cash, check or Money Order to Michael Bromm, the instructor. This is just to hold your spot in the class. If you need to cancel, your money will be refunded.
Bring your NYS License or Permit to class. Any questions about the class and its benefits, please contact Mike at 663-5651.
The New Bread Basket
Tuesday, March 28th
At the Valley Falls Free Library
Amy Halloran, author of The New Bread Basket will discuss how bread is building community and a new band of farmers & food activists work to reinvent local grain systems. Learn how grain growers are gaining options to produce crops for local use, and consumers are supporting regional grain economies through an emerging demand for local beer and bread.