Mark Curiale

Erica Salamida, program manager for the Capital Region North chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association of Northeastern New York, presents the Alzheimer’s Caregivers Series, two important programs for

The Guilderland Public Library is hosting a couple of social events shortly, where you’ll get to share your thoughts with local community leaders.  Please feel free to stop by the library, chat, an

Landscaping with native plants is an excellent way to attract more birds to your yard and do some good for the environment, and is the subject of Native Plants in Your Backyard: Bringing Back Birds

There will be a public vote on the Guilderland Public Library’s budget, and election of library trustees, on Tuesday, May 20, from 7 a.m.

There will be a public briefing and comment session on the Guilderland Public Library’s budget on Thursday, May 8, at 7 p. m., in the library’s Tawasentha Room. The public is encouraged to attend.

If you’ve been meaning to leam the basics of cardiopul monary resuscitation, or CPR, then come to the Guilderland Public Library on Thursday, April 17, at 6 p.m.

Famed journalist and author Robert MacNeil and cofounder of PBS’ MacNeil/Lehrer Report and longtime anchor and executive editor of PBS News Hour, will speak at the Guilderland Public Library on Fri

 “The trees are in their autumn beauty,

The woodland paths are dry,

Under the October twilight the water   

Mirrors a still sky;

Spring is here — according to the calendar, anyway — and that means it’s time for the Celebrate Spring Sale on Saturday, March 29, at the Guilderland Public Library.

If you’re of German extraction, and interested in determining where your ancestors lived before they immigrated, you should come to Researching Your German and Palatine Ancestors at the Guilderland


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