Courtney Keir

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Senior Resources for Communities in New York

https://www.caring.com/senior-living/assisted-living/new-york/ Caring.com is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones. We have been featured by AARP, The Administration for Community Living, The National Legal Resource Center, and Forbes, as well as referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across …

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James Bruchac Lecture Series — Native American Legends April 25th, 7 pm

From animal lesson stories to trickster heroes & monster tales audiences of all ages will not only be amused, at times even scared, but learn valuable lessons as well. Since most of the stories Jim shares have been passed down from generation to generation they also serve as great windows into Native culture. During storytellings …

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James Bruchac Lecture Series — Adirondack Animal Tracks May 23rd, 7 pm

As a renowned animal tracker Jim’s first knowledge of tracking came from his father and Grandfather Joseph Bruchac Jr., a noted outdoorsman and member of The Taxidermist Hall of Fame Jim. Whether tracking whitetails in his beloved Adirondack Mountains or teaching wildlife officials how to recognize the tracks or rare carnivores, Jim has continued to …

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James Bruchac Lecture Series — Native American Culture and History March 21, 7 pm

Focusing on natural resources from plants, trees, rocks, animals, and water – to the soil beneath your feet – Jim provides physical evidence to show how Native Americans shaped these key resources into everything they needed to survive. Along with showing objects such as deerskin clothing, furs, a birch bark canoe, snowshoes, wampum, baskets and …

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Children’s Drawing class with Bruce Hiscock March 30th from 11:00 am – 12:00 noon

Drawing classes These usually  involve drawing animals appropriate to the age and abilities of the participants. Everything from mice to bears, faces to birds, might be demonstrated depending on the group and their interests. Once we have the basics down, I give personal help to everyone. The goal is not to have their drawing look exactly like mine, but rather …

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World Awareness Children’s Museum Pass

We now have the access back for the World Awareness Children’s Museum. Please note that this pass allows patrons FREE admission to over 20 museums in New York State. This pass allows admission for up to five people. Just come and pick up the pass, which can be checked out for up to three days. …

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Children’s Story/Playtime with Joy Rimal

Come join us at the Library every Wednesday at 11:00 am starting March 20th. Joy moved to this area 2 years ago and has a background working with children of all ages in New York City, where she lived for 25 years. She has experience with homeschooling her children and loves to introduce children to …

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