By Kelly Wells and Amanda Letohic
Greetings from the Fallsburg Library!
Did you know there is a public library in Fallsburg?
Well there is! We’re located at 12 Railroad Plaza in South Fallsburg, across the street from the Police Station and Town Hall. The library offers so much more than just books (although we have those too)! We have DVDs and Blu Ray movies, museum passes to local museums including Bethel Woods, magazines, and we offer a variety of programming for children, teens, and adults. All of our programs are FREE and open to the public.
Check out just a few of our program offerings: On the first Thursday of each month we offer a Ladies Night at 7 PM, in February we’ll be painting wine bottles! Mondays at 6:30 PM we have a Children’s Craft Night and on Tuesdays we have a Preschool Story Hour at 10 AM and 6 PM. On Wednesday February 8th at 7 PM we’ll be having a Teen Night to make some chocolate hearts just in time for Valentine’s Day. On February 16th at 6 PM we’ll be making perler bead key chains for kids 7-14 years old.
Stay up-to-date on all of our programs by checking out our website (www.fallsburglibrary.org) or by following us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. If you have any questions about our programs, or if you would like to sign up for one, stop in or call the library (845-436-6067) and speak to Amanda at ext. 102.
We also offer a Library Book Club on the last Thursday of each month – stop in or call and speak to Pennie, at ext. 104, about which book will be discussed each month.
Are you interested in signing up for a Library card? It’s easy! If you’re a resident of the Fallsburg Central School District, just bring in a valid photo ID and proof of residency (tax bill, utility bill, etc.). Children can get their own card too with the signature of a parent/guardian of the Fallsburg Central School District.
Check back here every month to stay up-to-date on what’s happening at your local library. We look forward to seeing you at the Fallsburg Library soon!