BIOCUBE PROGRAM Wednesday August 16th @ 5:45 pm
More than just a Library!
BioCube Project How much life is there in one cubic foot?  This question is being asked by citizen scientists across the planet – in coral reefs, the canopy of rain forests, a river in Tennessee – and in this library program we’ll add Fort Edward to the map. Check out the link to the project through the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: https://qrius.si.edu/biocube.  Join NYS Museum Scientist, Dr. Denise Mayer, on a quest to explore and document biodiversity in …
UKELELE WORKSHOP
More than just a Library!
Thursday August 3rd the Fort Edward Free Library will be offering a few programs at the Canal Street Farmers Market. @ 4:00 pm come and listen to Assembly Woman Carrie Worner read aloud a story or two in helping to promote this year’s summer reading theme of “Build a Better World” . From 4:30-5:30 pm Rural Soul Studio will be presenting a Ukelele workshop for kids and adults. Student ukers will start playing music of many genres together from the moment …
Choreography Practices
2016 Summer Reading and Learning Programs
The Summer Play Choreography Dance Practices are only for those required to attend each Sunday evening @6:00 pm beginning July 9- August 6 @ the LIBRARY, not the school. Length of practices may fluctuate each week, but please plan on a few hours. Bring your own water to stay hydrated.
Native American Talking Stick
More than just a Library!
Susan Havens is the presenter of this program hosted by the Fort Edward Free Library.  The talking stick is traditionally an ornately carved wand, decorated with feathers and beads and precious stones. When a tribe faces a crisis, they gather in a circle, and one by one pass the stick around. Whoever has the stick must tell their story, whatever story they know that pertains to the subject at hand.   Children will be making their own talking sticks and this …