Free Compass and Map Class

 The library is pleased to present this class for adults and older teens free of charge. Local DEC Forest Ranger Jay Scott will teach you the skills necessary to navigate the wilderness surrounding our wonderful town.  The class takes place Tuesday July 10th 6pm – 8pm. It takes place after hours, so please be sure to sign up at the circulation desk or by phone (518)648-5444. Knowing how to use map and compass is an essential skill for outdoor exploration. Jay will present a classrooom portion and an outdoor practical experience to try out new skills.

The Worms Are Coming!

Join us at the Indian Lake Library Saturday May 12th 11am-noon for a fun class on Vermiculture (also known as worm composting). Vermiculture is the use of worms to decompose food waste, turning that waste into nutrient rich material that in turn can nourish & sustain plant growth! Who knew worm poo could be so AWESOME?!? Attendees will learn how to make and maintain a worm compost system for the home. Tipsfor caring for our wiggly friends and harvesting their “black gold”. A must see for anyone who wishes to reduce waste and improve how their garden grows. Please RSVP at the library or call (518)-648-5444.

Library Open House April 21st

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Saturday April 21st from 10 to 1, come over to your library and wish current director, Nancy Berkowitz, a happy retirement! Meet new manager, Susan Rollings. Refreshments will be served.

Can YOU imagine?

What would it be like to give away 100 million books?  Dolly Parton knows. The Indian Lake Library participates in the Imagination Library literacy program, providing good quality books to all children for free until they begin school. Sign up at the library and give the gift of reading.

Closed Monday for President’s Day

Don’t worry- get your books for the week at the book  sale!  Audios, kids books and lots of books on every topic. At the Town Hall- see you there, Sat/Sun 10-2 but come early for the goodies…

Make your Snowcade tracks to the library

Think gardening!  Big doings planned for Snocade in Indian Lake from 2/16-2/24!  We are thinking about summer gardens with our Crafts for Kids and Gardening Programs for adults. While you may be skating, sledding and enjoying book and cookie sales,  the library will have Crafts for Kids at 1:00 PM on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday of Snocade. Gardening roundtable for grownups on Wednesday at 2:00. Call for info