In This Issue: Resources for Job Seekers, Upcoming Programs,
E-Resource Spotlight, #3WordBookReviews
"Grab-and-Go" is going strong! We've been delighted to see so many of our library regulars coming in for Grab-and-Go visits, taking advantage of our open doors to browse, say hello, and check out library materials. Stop by Tu-Fri, 11-2 or Sat 9-1 to browse and borrow from the adult, teen, and children’s circulating collections. Grab-and-Go visits are short (15-30 minutes), limited to 15 visitors at a time, and require a mask over nose and mouth and six-foot social distancing.
We plan to add services and hours progressively over the coming weeks, as regulations allow. For the latest information about hours and available services,visit our website.
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We hope to see you soon! With warm wishes from the East Greenbush Community Library Adult Services librarians,
The true story behind the award-winning film of the same name explores the role of travel in civil rights, the specific impact of the automobile on African-American life and the cultural importance of Victor and Alma Green’s famous Green Book.
Cursed to be poisonous to the touch, Princess Soraya endures a life in seclusion before making fateful decisions about her twin’s upcoming wedding, a young man who is not afraid of her and a demon who holds the answers she seeks.
Experiencing an epiphany within the most daunting prison of the monstrous Lord Ruler who has enslaved his people for a thousand years, half-Skaa Kelsier finds himself taking on the powers of a Mistborn and teams up with ragged orphan Vin in a desperate plot to save their world.
Our new readers' advisory service matches adult readers with books and authors that we think you will like. Fill out the form on our website and our librarians will compile a list of book titles based on the information you provide. We will even place the items on hold for you!
This service free, confidential service is for adult East Greenbush/Schodack cardholders. For kids and teens, try out our Book Bundle service.
The following programs are offered by the library or by our trusted community partners.
Monday Night Book Chat Weekly. Monday evenings, 7:00-9:00 pm Facebook What have you been reading lately? Join our Monday night Facebook book chat to tell us about it and gather recommendations from librarians and other readers.
Small Business Legal Network Clinic Thursday, August 6, 6:00-8:30 pm
Free legal consultations for non profits, small businesses, and entrepreneurs. 30-minute, private, confidential appointments with an attorney. August 6, 6:00-8:30 pm via Zoom. Schedule an appointment by contacting Laurie Allen at The Legal Project: email@example.com.
Back by popular demand, join us for trivia night (ages 18 and up). Teams are encouraged! Choose a captain and create a fun and unique team name. Register to receive a link to the Zoom program, and you're ready compete for trivia glory!Please Register.
Join us August 19th from 7-9pm on Facebook for our cookbook chat. The topic is so cheesy! (Yes, it's all about cheese.)
We look forward to chatting with you,
Marcia, Holly and Marion, "The Cookbook Club Crew"
AARP: TaxAide and Driver Safety
AARP TaxAide service will be unavailable for the remainder of the tax season. Instead, TaxAide is offeringonline supportto help you prepare your tax return.
AARP Smart DriverCourse isavailable online. No in-person courses are currently scheduled.
Get a 25% discount by using discount code: DRIVINGSKILLS
Alzheimer's Association of Northeastern NY TheAlzheimer's Association of NENYoffers free online programs for caregivers and those who want to learn more about Alzheimer's Disease. See flyer for full list of upcoming programs and registration information.
Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia
August 6, 12 pm
Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body
August 11, 11:15 am
Recognizing and Coping with Caregiver Stress
August 14, 2 pm
Coffee with a Consultant: 1:1 Conversation
August 19, 10 am
Living with Alzheimer's for Caregivers Virtual Program Series
To request a book from this list, click on the image below to open a PDF flyer with links to the library catalog or Overdrive
Recommended Online Career & Job Search Resources
CareerOneStop Covid-19 Employment Recovery
EmploymentRecovery.org, part of theCareer OneStop suite of employment and workforce development sites, aims to help people impacted by the pandemic meet their short-term needs such as collecting unemployment benefits or re-entering the workforce, as well as their longer-term goals and career plans.
Workforce Atlas Workforce Atlasis a new, free, online career pathways platform that assesses literacy, numeracy, workplace skills, and interests. Complete the assessments to be directed to recommended occupations, online resources, and local providers that can help you achieve your professional, academic, and personal goals.
Quick-Edit Resume Templates These sites offer basic resume templates that you can quickly download and edit for free.
SkillUp SkillUp Capital Regionallows job seekers in Albany, Schenectady, and Rensselaer Counties to explore career pathways, view local job postings, register for free online learning, and receive workforce services.
Census 2020: Respond Now
We're getting there! 74.4% of East Greenbush and 71.3% of Schodack households have already responded to the 2020 US Census. There's still time to reach 100%.