Adult Programs

Sunday, November 3
The Orangeburg Library and the Orangetown Historical Museum and Archives are co-sponsoring “Shanks for the Memories: The Children of Shank Village” from 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Museum. Revisit the ‘50s in Orangetown with the now grown-children who were born and grew up in Shanks Village, a lively and diverse community that flourished in post-World War II Rockland County. The Museum is is located just two miles from the library at 196 Chief Bill Harris Way off Orangeburg Road.
Space is limited so please register at the library online or by calling 459-2244, Ext. 10 .

Mondays, November 11, 18 and December 2 and 9th
The Orangeburg Library welcomes back Debra Broadman with a series of four Chair Yoga sessions at 1:00 PM. The classes address flexibility, stretching and relaxing techniques. Please call the library at 359-2244, Ext. 10 or register online.

Sunday, November 17
The Orangeburg Library welcomes Nicholas O’Connell to present a program on Hinduism 101 at 2:00 - 3:30 PM. His presentation discusses polytheism, caste, karma, yoga and orthodoxy while the slide show will cover the evolution, current state of affairs and future of Hinduism. Indian snacks will be served. Please register on line or call the library at 359-2244, Ext. 10

Wednesday, November 20
The Orangeburg Library’s Book and Bag Lunch Group will be discussing Orhan Pamuk’s “Snow” at 12 noon. Bring in a snack and the library will serve dessert and coffee. The books are available at the Circulation Desk.

Sunday, December 8
The Orangeburg Library presents its Gala Holiday Concert with the best- kept secret in folk-rock, Pete and Maura Kennedy at 2:00 PM. The Kennedys began performing in 1992 and are popular favorites at folk festivals in the U.S. and Canada. Their upbeat album, “Life is Large” garnered stellar reviews and is constantly played at college and public radio stations. The instrumentation is fresh and memorable; Maura’s voice is remarkable. Don’t miss this one! Please register online or call the library at 359-2244, Ext. 10