The Princess Bride

pillows and popcorn are welcome!
Friday, March 23

6:30 PM

A great Family Movie!

While home sick in bed, a young boy’s grandfather reads him a story called The Princess Bride.



Knitting and Yarn Circle.

Come join a casual knitting group at the Keene Valley Library on  Bring a new project you’ve been wanting to start or a UFO (Un-Finished Object).

Tuesday evenings starting March 20 from 7-8PM.

For information, please cll aKaren at 576-4335 or Wendy at        837-7227.




Magic the Gathering:   Friday, March 23  4:30 to 6:30

(MTG is cancelled if there is no school at KCS)



We are very excited to announce that the Keene Valley Library received 71 new children’s books from a grant by the Pilcrow Foundation and 20 new children’s science books from Berenson and Ackerman grant.  The books fiction and nonfiction for ages 2 to 13 and are fresh and colorful, funny and factual and all or welcomed by our library.  We are thankful for the generosity of the Pilcrow Foundation and Hal Berenson and Laura Ackerman.  The Pilcrow Foundation’s Children’s Book Project provides new, quality, hardcover books to rural public libraries. These books will become part of the permanent collection at the Keene Valley Library.  Come in and Check Them Out!


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Book Reviews

November 22nd, 2017

Gwendy’s Button Box by Stephen King My rating: 4 of 5 stars A quick read, compelling but odd. View all my reviews

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Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng My rating: 5 of 5 stars A well executed story about being different in a small, homogeneous town. View all Read the Rest...