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The Town of Hurley, Hurley Library, and West Hurley Library will be sponsoring a bus trip to the NY Science Museum. NYSCI is a center for interactive science. There are over 450 interactive displays that explain science and demystify the world. https://nysci.org
Tickets must be purchased in advance from the West Hurley Library.
Cost: $5.00 per Person regardless of age for Hurley residents
After May 18, nonresidents may purchase tickets for $10 per person.
Refunds will only be granted if all seats are sold.
Summer Reading Program Challenge
For every twenty minutes that you read (with someone else or by yourself) put a star on your reading record
25 stickers = Stewart’s Ice Cream Sundae
50 stickers = NCG Theater Movie Ticket
July Programs Thursday, July 11th at 6pm – Constellation Jars Craft
Participants will use a battery operated tea light and a jar to make a constellation projector. We will be using nails to make holes in paper – suitable for kids 7 and up. Sign Up
Thursday, July 12th (call for times) – Starlab Planetarium — West Hurley Firehouse
The Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum’s StarLab is an inflatable planetarium. Children will learn how to find some of the most recognizable constellations throughout the seasons, and learn stories of Greek mythology and Native American folklore. This is a wonderful presentation and enhancement for early STEM learning. Call To Sign Up
Thursday, July 18th at 6pm – Rocket Craft
Use a variety of materials to make different sized rockets Suitable for kids 5 and up. Sign Up
Thursday, July 25th at 6pm – Galaxy Jars and Moon Sand Craft
Use household materials to make these two fun projects. Moon sand is like sand that tends to stick together. Galaxy jars are like nighttime snow globes. Suitable for ages 5 and up. Sign Up
Saturday, July 27th at 3pm—Andrew Simmons Wildlife Event — West Hurley Firehouse
During the program creatures are taken out one at a time. Andres discusses their adaptations for survival, roll in the wild, and wildlife management programs involving each species. Sign Up
On the centenary of the end of the First World War, Academy Award® winner Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings trilogy) presents an extraordinary new work showing the Great War as you’ve never seen it. Using state of the art technology to restore original archival footage that’s more than 100 years old, Jackson brings to life the people who can best tell this story: the men who were there.