Chat n' Chew:
A monthly Adult reading group, which meets the first and third Friday of each month at 1:00 PM. This is an eclectic group of readers who meet to discuss the wide variety of books they have recently read. Read what you wish and come talk about it.
Did you know that we offer a Homebound Service?
What is the Homebound Program? The Program provides delivery of library materials free of charge to participating residents of the Cobleskill-Richmondville School District, our chartered area of service, who are physically unable to visit The Community Library.
Who qualifies as a participant? Anyone can sign up to participate, regardless of age, who is permanently or temporarily physically disabled and cannot come to the library to borrow library material.
How does one sign up? One needs to fill out the patron registration form to obtain a library card which will be kept at the library, including a statement certifying that they cannot physically come to the library, and a preference form indicating favorite authors, or types of boooks or library material they would like to borrow to help in selection.
Need more information? Just call , we would be happy to answer your questions.
Come meet with other authors and writers for ideas, critiques and exercises. All levels of writing experience are encouraged to attend!The group meets every other Tuesday night from 6-8 pm, please call for the next date.
Did you know that the Schoharie County Public Transportation buses will get you to the Community Library from all over the county? An average of 6 regular stops per day, Monday through Saturday can help fit your schedule. Regular stops along Main Street at Center Street or Union Street bring riders within easy walking distance to the library. Paying an extra fare for a Route Deviation allows riders to be dropped off right in front! Stop in the Becker Room to check out their schedules and more .