The Library District offers a wide range of programs, classes, lectures, and other events for almost any taste. Register online, in person or by phone for programs at each library location.
For a listing of all Library District programs, unfiltered by target audience, click here.
Adults can sign up here for our most current Adult Programs. Opportunities abound with book clubs, movies, computer classes and much more! Program registration is required unless otherwise stated.
Early Childhood Programs
Sign up for our current Early Childhood Programs for children birth to age 5 accompanied by an adult caregiver. Early childhood programs may include storytimes, music and movement programs, Toddler Learning Center and Preschooler Learning Center programs. These programs are designed to promote early literacy practices and school readiness for young participants. Program registration is required unless otherwise stated.
Elementary & Family Programs
Sign up for our current Elementary & Family Programs which may include Family Storytimes, Special Events, book clubs, crafts, and activities for children in grades K-5 and their families. Program registration is required unless otherwise stated. Caregivers accompanying children under 8 years-old to programs are expected to remain in the library during the program.
Sign up for our current Tween Programs for kids in grades 5-8! Program registration is required unless otherwise stated.
Register for Teen Programs, ages 12 – 18, covering everything from cooking prep to college prep, gaming, anime and other interesting options in between. Program registration is required unless otherwise stated.
Teen Homework Tutors
Teen Homework Tutors is a program is for strong students who would like to help children with their homework or read with children in grades 1-5. Print a Teen Homework Tutor application here, or pick one up in the Teen Room or Children’s Room at the Adriance Memorial Library. Call 485-3445 x3320 for more information.
Teen Media Lab Volunteer
Earn volunteer hours while learning new digital skills like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro. Use your new skills to make a project for the library. To apply, print an application here or or pick one up in the Teen Room or Children’s Room at the Adriance Memorial Library. Call 485-3445 x3320 for more information.
Take a look at our most current Rotunda, the Poughkeepsie Public Library District’s newsletter, to find out more about our programs, events and services!