Wednesdays, April 5th to May 10th at 5:45 pm
Presented by Troy YMCA, this program is an all-level yoga class that will invigorate your body and reduce stress. This is an all-level yoga class that will invigorate your body and reduce stress. You will experience traditional yoga poses, stretching, breathing and relaxation techniques which will improve your flexibility, balance, strength and overall wellness. Please bring your own mat. Register online.
Thursdays at 5:30 -7:00pm
The clinic will provide legal consultations in various areas of law. The consultations are free, but you must call the Legal Project at 518-435-1770 to make an appointment.
Upcoming schedule for 2017:
- April 6th
- June 1st
- August 3rd
- October 5th
- December 7th
The consultations are free, but call the Legal Project at 435-1770 to make an appointment.
Monday, February 27th to April 3rd at 5:45 pm
Come for one hour of fun, aerobic dancing. Burn calories and sculpt your body to exciting international rhythms. This class will be taught by a certified Zumba instructor from the Troy YMCA.
This program is free and open to the public. You may register for one class or all six. Please make reservations by calling the library at 235-5310 or register online.
Second Tuesday of the month at 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Tech Help Tuesdays is for basic help with Computers, Smart Phones, Tablets, Email, Overdrive and more. Advanced help including programming, coding and repairs will NOT be provided.
These drop-in sessions are free and open to the public, advance registration is NOT required.
No appointment necessary.
Wednesdays at 5:30 pm, April 5th – May 10th
(no class April 19th)
Learn a surprisingly simple yet powerful practice that can help your reduce stress, get recharged, experience overall improved physical health and possibly get you “blissed-out” all while sitting comfortably in a chair. Led by Michael Fuselli, with over 30 years of meditation teaching and practice experience. Beginners always welcome. Registration is encouraged, but not necessary!
Thursdays, March 9th – April 6th at 6:30 pm
This will be a five-session program on reading Shakespeare’s great history play, Henry IV Part 2. Week one we will delve right in to discuss the Induction and Act 1 of
Shakespeare’s play. Then in the following four weeks, we will discuss Shakespeare’s great history play Henry IV Part 2, one act at a time.
This program will allow the participants to put Henry IV in a variety of contexts, such as its relationship to his other history plays and to the modern existential world. Tom Bulger, Shakespeare Scholar and retired professor from Siena College will lead this workshop. Copies of the play are available at the circulation desk at the Main Library. Register online.