The library will be closed April 20th
for Easter Sunday.
Image: "Reading Bunny" by Possumsgurl. www.deviantart.com
- Art Galleries
- Read Alike
- Mahopac Minute
- eReading Room
- Edible Landscape
- Early Literacy Classes
- Foreign Film
- Game of Life
- Book Spine Poetry
- Jeff Pearlman
- Mah Jongg
In the Galleries
Third Floor Gallery
Paintings and Watercolors
April 1 -29, 2014
Young Arts Gallery
located on the 1st floor of the Library in the hallway to the Children's Wing
Mahopac High School Studio Art Exhibit:
INTO THE WOODS, AN EXHIBIT OF WILDLIFE ILLUSTRATIONS AND WOODED LANDSCAPES
Art teacher: Sharon Tobin
MPL is pleased to present our
e-Reader Lending Program.
Five pre-loaded Kindle Paperwhites
are now available for checkout.
To get a list of all the titles & more
information, look under the
e-Library tab or click HERE.
This program is sponsored by the
Friends of Mahopac Public Library.
Access Author Read Alikes
under the Read Alikes tab above,
or by clicking HERE.
If you like an author and would like to read
another author with a similar style,
please check this page and click on
a writer you're interested in. A list of similar authors linked to the Mid-Hudson
Library System's catalog will allow you to order any titles that interest you.
Introducing "A Mahopac Minute"
A free program for area businesses!
A Mahopac Minute pairs items and services featured by local businesses with materials and resources that can be found in the Mahopac Public Library collection. Read more about this program here. See an example here. To particpate, complete this form and fax to us at 845-628-0672
Announcing Day by Day NY
An early literacy calendar for families with young children!
Click HERE to view early literacy activites for this month.
Announcing the Kid's eReading Room!
Here you will find juvenile eBook & downloadable audiobooks.
Click HERE to enter.
The Edible Landscape
April 21st at 7PM
Presented by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County. Learn about edible plants and how to integrate them into your landscape, either in your flower beds, containers, or forest setting. Your vegetable garden is not the only place to find edible delights.
Registration required; register here or call 845-628-2009, ext 100.
Image: "Onramental Kale"
by Daryl_Mitchell. flickr.com.
Registration for Spring Early Literacy Classes
In Person & On-Line registration begins Monday, 4/21 at 10:00 AM
Telephone registration begins Tuesday, 4/22 at 9:30 AM
View the Early Literacy Program Calendar here.
Film Movement Presents
a Turkish film
directed by Pelin Esmer;
100 minutes; unrated;
screening on Tuesday, April 22 @ 6:30.
Registration is required.
Click HERE to register and read a synopsis of the film.
Sponsored by the Friends of Mahopac Public Library.
Game of Life - Building a Financial Foundation
4/22 at 7:00 PM
NY Life representatives, Scott Reynolds and Robert Scorrano, will guide you through the GAME OF LIFE: New York Life Edition. Learn how building a sound financial foundation will prepare you for life's financial twists and turns. A GAME OF LIFE board game will be raffled off at the end of the presentation!
Registration required. Register here or call 845-628-2009, ext 100.
Book Spine & Wordstock III
April 27th at 2 PM
The Friends of MPL invite you to Celebrate National Poetry Month
Enjoy poetry readings and refreshments. Vote for your favorite book spine poem, read a poem of your own! Please register for this free program here or call 845.628.2009, ext. 100.
Image: "Stack O' Books." by Kurtis Garbutt is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Meet Jeff Pearlman
April 29th at 7 PM
Best selling author and Mahopac High School alumnus!
Copies of Pearlman's new book, Showtime, will be available for purchase
and can be signed by the author at this event. Registration is required.
Register here or call 845-628-2009, ext 100.
Mah Jongg Tournament
May 18th, 9am - 5pm
Hosted by the Friends of Mahopac Library
Register by May 1st : $40 Registration Fee. Registration form available here.
Introduction to Microsoft Office Suite
Join us April 29th at 6PM or April 30th at 12PM
Learn about the Microsoft Office programs, explore the Microsoft Ribbon
and learn skills that can be applied to all of the Office suite programs.
Attendees must know how to use a mouse and windows.
Click here to register or call 845-628-2009, ext. 100.
Image: "Hands on Keyboard" by Mike Traboe is licensed under CC BY 2.0