April 18, 2024

April Activities at Troy Library

Frogs, ducks, jazz, poetry, gardens, and more! Chloe Whittaker, Adult Programming Director at Troy Public Library, notes some of the many cool activities coming in April. These include a learn-to-sew event for making felt frogs on April 22nd, a jazz concert on the 27th, open-mic “tea and poetry” on the 29th, and a take-and-make gardening kit with everything needed to plant herbs (seeds, soil, and container). She also previews a May 13th panel discussion (for Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage month) on Asian American studies and storytelling, plus explains how programs are scheduled, and promoted with colorful calendars. Note: the library at 100 Second Street is currently encased in plywood during exterior renovations, but is open normal hours. For more details, visit www.thetroylibrary.org. To find other libraries in New York State, see www.nysl.nysed.gov/libdev/libs/#Find. Produced by Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

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