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New at the Library!

on Tue, 01/12/2016 - 18:06

Every Mid-Hudson Library System patron now has access to 94 magazine titles digitally, and a full year backlist of each title. Zinio provides unlimited multi-user access to complete digital magazines, which can easily be viewed on most Internet-enabled devices inside or outside of the library. You can keep the title for as long as you want - no holds - no checkout periods. Click here to get started!

Upcoming Programs

on Thu, 11/13/2014 - 15:53

Take Your Child to the Library Day!

Saturday, February 6th, 11:00am-1:00pm 

Celebrate "Take Your Child to the Library Day!"  Stop by the library and see what we have to offer!  Sign your child up for a library card, check out a book, magazine or DVD, play with legos, and so much more!  We will have a special storytime at 11:00 am and fun crafts for the kids!

Knitting Class for Kids

Mondays, February 8th - March 7th, 5:00-6:00pm 

Pascale Zeynali returns to the Brewster Library to teach a second knitting class for kids!  This 4 session program is for beginners, as well as those who want to improve on the skills they have already learned.  Supplies will be provided for all newcomers; students who attended the previous class are asked to bring their supplies with them.  For ages 7 and up; click here to register or call 845-279-6421. 

Resources

on Sat, 11/08/2014 - 13:32

Brewster Standard On Line 
The Brewster Public Library is pleased and proud to offer the online edition of the Brewster Standard. The Brewster Standard was the newspaper which covered the Village of Brewster and the Town of Southeast from 1870 to 1982 when Emerson Addis, a young printer, came from Appleton, Wisconsin to start a new newspaper.  It not only reported news from Brewster and Southeast, but also Tilly Foster, Sodom, Patterson, Carmel, Mahopac, Somers, North Salem, Croton Falls and Danbury, Connecticut.  Many people eagerly awaited the weekly edition of the Brewster Standard to see if their births, wedding or other events in their lives were printed. Emerson Addis and his daughter, Marjorie, known as “Marj” to all, did most of the writing, editing, printing and delivering of the Standard from 1870 until 1982 when fire destroyed the building on Main Street. Original print copies of the Brewster Standard are being housed at the Putnam County Historian's office located at 68 Marvin Avenue in Brewster. Click here to visit the Putnam County Historian's website.

Putnam County Job Resource Center

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