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25 September 2017 04:01PM

Dear Friends,

Through your efforts and generosity our recent DonorsChoose project has been funded! We are extremely grateful for your help and support. We posted a new project to capitalize on a donation matching offer by an anonymous donor. The matching is…

22 September 2017 04:22PM
Brenda Shufelt

FOR TEENS: Computer coding is a growing and profitable profession so why not try your hand at a career that will be in demand and will be quite remunerative (SAT word!)? There is still space in the library’s class on Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm…

22 September 2017 04:22PM
Brenda Shufelt

FOR TEENS: Computer coding is a growing and profitable profession so why not try your hand at a career that will be in demand and will be quite remunerative (SAT word!)? There is still space in the library’s class on Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm…

22 September 2017 04:22PM
Brenda Shufelt

FOR TEENS: Computer coding is a growing and profitable profession so why not try your hand at a career that will be in demand and will be quite remunerative (SAT word!)? There is still space in the library’s class on Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm…

22 September 2017 04:22PM
Brenda Shufelt

FOR TEENS: Computer coding is a growing and profitable profession so why not try your hand at a career that will be in demand and will be quite remunerative (SAT word!)? There is still space in the library’s class on Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm…

14 September 2017 08:42PM

www.donorschoose.org/project/good-vibrations-analog-sound-design-usin/2787743/

An electric guitar wails. Cymbals crash and kick drums boom on a set of electronic drums. A Theremin, yes, a Theremin, sings its siren song with the casual wave of a hand. All of these sounds and sights can be found in the music rooms…

13 September 2017 03:46PM
Brenda Shufelt

The Hudson Area Library is offering a 10-week teen programming class: Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm beginning September 14 in the Teen Room of the library. Teens will make apps, websites, games, music, art and more…with code. Code is the language that brings phones…

13 September 2017 03:46PM
Brenda Shufelt

The Hudson Area Library is offering a 10-week teen programming class: Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm beginning September 14 in the Teen Room of the library. Teens will make apps, websites, games, music, art and more…with code. Code is the language that brings phones…

13 September 2017 03:46PM
Brenda Shufelt

The Hudson Area Library is offering a 10-week teen programming class: Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm beginning September 14 in the Teen Room of the library. Teens will make apps, websites, games, music, art and more…with code. Code is the language that brings phones…

11 September 2017 08:55AM
floyd fisher

I’m Floyd Fisher, now a Hudson resident (right on Warren).

Have been doing freelance mac support in NYC since 2002. Am now offering my services in Hudson.

I can work onsite, or online (an easy process; there are details on my website). So I am still working…

7 September 2017 11:07AM
Brenda Shufelt

The Hudson Area Library and Kite’s Nest are pleased to announce Creative Every Day: an author/artist talk and workshop with cartoonist Ira Marcks on Tuesday, September 12, 3:30-5:00 pm. Marcks will share his comic book, Creative Every Day, which explores the lives of creatives and…

7 September 2017 11:07AM
Brenda Shufelt

The Hudson Area Library and Kite’s Nest are pleased to announce Creative Every Day: an author/artist talk and workshop with cartoonist Ira Marcks on Tuesday, September 12, 3:30-5:00 pm. Marcks will share his comic book, Creative Every Day, which explores the lives of creatives and…

7 September 2017 11:07AM
Brenda Shufelt

The Hudson Area Library and Kite’s Nest are pleased to announce Creative Every Day: an author/artist talk and workshop with cartoonist Ira Marcks on Tuesday, September 12, 3:30-5:00 pm. Marcks will share his comic book, Creative Every Day, which explores the lives of creatives and…

7 September 2017 11:07AM
Brenda Shufelt

The Hudson Area Library and Kite’s Nest are pleased to announce Creative Every Day: an author/artist talk and workshop with cartoonist Ira Marcks on Tuesday, September 12, 3:30-5:00 pm. Marcks will share his comic book, Creative Every Day, which explores the lives of creatives and…

7 September 2017 11:00AM
Brenda Shufelt

This fall the Hudson Area Library is offering a 10-week teen programming class: Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm beginning Sept 14 in the Teen Room of the library. Teens will make apps, websites, games, music, art and more…with code. Code is the language that brings…

7 September 2017 11:00AM
Brenda Shufelt

This fall the Hudson Area Library is offering a 10-week teen programming class: Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm beginning Sept 14 in the Teen Room of the library. Teens will make apps, websites, games, music, art and more…with code. Code is the language that brings…

7 September 2017 11:00AM
Brenda Shufelt

This fall the Hudson Area Library is offering a 10-week teen programming class: Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm beginning Sept 14 in the Teen Room of the library. Teens will make apps, websites, games, music, art and more…with code. Code is the language that brings…

7 September 2017 11:00AM
Brenda Shufelt

This fall the Hudson Area Library is offering a 10-week teen programming class: Thursdays 3:45 – 5:45pm beginning Sept 14 in the Teen Room of the library. Teens will make apps, websites, games, music, art and more…with code. Code is the language that brings…

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3 September 2017 10:38AM
Virginia Martin

www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show

We use old-fashioned paper poll books in Columbia County, as do all counties across NYS–except for those piloting the use of EPBs (electronic poll books). Like other technological devices, they are intended to make voting easier, faster, and more foolproof. They’re virtually a requisite wherever…

3 September 2017 10:38AM
Virginia Martin

www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show

We use old-fashioned paper poll books in Columbia County, as do all counties across NYS–except for those piloting the use of EPBs (electronic poll books). Like other technological devices, they are intended to make voting easier, faster, and more foolproof. They’re virtually a requisite wherever…

3 September 2017 10:38AM
Virginia Martin

www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show

We use old-fashioned paper poll books in Columbia County, as do all counties across NYS–except for those piloting the use of EPBs (electronic poll books). Like other technological devices, they are intended to make voting easier, faster, and more foolproof. They’re virtually a requisite wherever…

23 August 2017 10:58AM
floyd fisher

I’m Floyd Fisher, now a Hudson resident (right on Warren).

Have been doing freelance mac support in NYC since 2002. Am now offering my services in Hudson.

I can work onsite, or online (an easy process; there are details on my website). So I am still working…

 

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