The month is winding down, but we still have some great programs planned for you! Here are just a few of our upcoming library activities. Our online calendar has a complete listing.
MARCH 22 (Sat)
Albany History Room — 1:30 to 5 pm at the Main Library
The second floor room containing our vast collection of Albany history items is open today. City historian Tony Opalka will be on hand from 2 to 4 pm to help with your research.
MARCH 24 (Mon)
Music Matters: Hip Hop Club — 7 pm at the Main Library
It’s the last night of the Hip Hop Club! Join us and learn how to make beats and rhymes with local emcee Sev Statik.
MARCH 25 (Tues)
Friends of APL Book Review: “Engines of Change” — 12:15 pm at the Main Library
Olaf Hausgaard reviews this book by Paul Ingrassia.
MARCH 26 (Wed)
STEMpunk! Soundtrax — 6:30 pm at the Main Library
Teens get geeky with gadgets to make music.
MARCH 27 (Thurs)
After-school Story Time: Science Edition — 4 pm at the Delaware Branch
Kids explore the world of science through experiments and books. Please register at 463-0254.
MARCH 28 (Fri)
Making Music with Deb Cavanaugh — 10:30 am at the Main Library
Songs, music, and movement for little ones ages birth to 4.
Just for Teens — 3:30 to 5 pm at the Bach Branch
Teens enjoy games, movies, activities, and more.
MARCH 29 (Sat)
Walk-in Income Tax Assistance — 10 am to 3 pm at the Main Library
Get your income taxes prepared for free. Walk-ins only. There is a $52,000 household income limit. Tax help provided by volunteers from IRS VITA and AARP Tax-Aide. For more details about the library’s tax help program, please call 427-4303.