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Month: January 2018

“Nights at the Round Table” with Merle Myerson, M.D. : February 1, 7pm

“Nights at the Round Table” with Merle Myerson, M.D. : February 1, 7pm

Dr. Myerson will present “Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: We Will Not Go Quietly, We Will Go Red.”  The expression ” Go Red” refers to the American Heart Association’s campaign to raise awareness among women (and men) of the importance of heart disease prevention. Please follow and like us:

Programming Raspberry Pi Class: February 20-23, 10:30am to 12:30pm

Programming Raspberry Pi Class: February 20-23, 10:30am to 12:30pm

The Village Library will be hosting a class on programming Raspberry Pi during Winter Break.  The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects.  This class covers the basics of programming in Python using a Raspberry Pi.  Students will take their device home after the course to continue with their own projects.  Registration is required by February 2 by calling 547-8344.  A materials fee of $60 must be paid…

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Cabin Fever Film Series: Fridays 1/12/18 thru 2/16/18

Cabin Fever Film Series: Fridays 1/12/18 thru 2/16/18

The Cabin Fever Film Series, sponsored by the Fenimore Art Museum and Village of Cooperstown, will present six movies on consecutive Fridays in January and February.  Please note that the January offerings will be held at the Fenimore Art Museum.  The February films will take place in the Ballroom above the Village Library at 22 Main Street. 1/12 Moonlight (2016, R) 7pm @ Fenimore Art Museum 1/19 King Kong (1933, NR) 7pm @ Fenimore Art Museum 1/26 Loving Vincent (2017,…

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FOVL Sunday Program: A Conversation with Author Dana Spiotta – 2/4/18 @ 3pm

FOVL Sunday Program: A Conversation with Author Dana Spiotta – 2/4/18 @ 3pm

The Friends of the Village Library Sunday Afternoon series continues with author Dana Spiotta. She is the author of four novels: Innocents and Others (2016), winner of the St. Francis College Literary Prize and a finalist for the Los Angles Times Book Prize; Stone Arabia (2011), which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Eat the Document (2006), which was a finalist for the National Book Award; and Lightning Field (2001). Other awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship…

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