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  • Save the Date: 2018 Ghostly Gallop

    posted on: January 5, 2018



    The 18th annual Ghostly Gallop 5K race will be held on Sunday, October 21, 2018. All proceeds benefit the Hudson Area Library.

    All festivities take place at Hudson High School, 215 Harry Howard Avenue, Hudson, NY 12534. Click here to view the course map, a USATF Certified course. The Ghostly Gallop route for 2018 will be identical to the 2017 route.

    Stay tuned for more info.

    in categories: Events, News


  • A Holiday Gift Suggestion: A Local History Treasure!

    posted on: December 6, 2017

    Detail view of segment of “Aero-view of Hudson, NY”

    Looking for a unique and timeless gift for a special someone this holiday season? The 1923 original of this dirigible’s-eye view of Hudson is part of the local history collection at the Hudson Area Library. It was meticulously cleaned and re-stored prior to being reproduced using an archival inkjet process. The result is this re-issue available in a museum quality frame with conservation glass ($450) or unframed ($150). It measures 43” x 22”.

    Framed and unframed prints are available for purchase at The Spotty Dog Books & Ale, 440 Warren Street in Hudson and here at the library.

    Proceeds from these sales benefit the Hudson Area Library.

    in categories: Events, News


  • Library Closed Wednesday 9/13/2107

    posted on: September 13, 2017

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  • Keep Better Track of Your Library Account With Library Elf

    posted on: September 3, 2017

    Library ELF is a web-based and email tool for library users to keep track of their library borrowings. ELF is like a personal assistant, whose task is to help with keeping track of what one has on loan from the library.

    Designed with the busy or avid library user in mind, ELF is ideal for families with multiple library cards or for individuals (writers, researchers, students, readers, etc.) who have cards from different libraries.

    With Library Elf, you can keep track of:

    • Due dates
    • Overdue materials
    • Requested items ready for pickup

    You also have more options about how you get information about your account with:

    • Notifications via text or email
    • Customizable dates of notification
    • Consolidated notifications
    • Manage more than one Library Account
    • Real time information and calendar view via browser

    Use your library card and your online library account pin to sign up.

    in categories: News, Services


  • Consumer Reports Online Available With Your Library Card!

    posted on: September 4, 2016


    Consumer Reports magazine is a trusted source for people seeking out the best, most reliable products and services. From appliances, to computers, to cars, to retirement options, Consumer Reports has rigorously tested and rated them all. We have made their print magazine available to patrons for a long time, but now you will also be able access their full website using your library card! The website offers even more than the magazine, with an interface better suited for browsing and searching, as well as videos and blogs. They are also better able to update their information online.

    To access ConsumerReports.org with your library card, click here.

    in categories: News, Services


  • Raise the Roof Wrap-up

    posted on: August 17, 2016

    A large group of people at an outdoor event.

    Photo courtesy of Amy Krzanik

    Every fundraiser strives to be fun, but there is no disguising the real reason that we get together: we are supporting a cause close to our hearts.

    From solicitations for Raffle Tickets to the Silent Auction, Tasting Room, and the Call for the Cause, everyone was there for our Library!

    At the end of the evening, after dining and dancing, greeting friends and making new ones, guests contributed to a total profit that exceeded last year’s by almost 20%!
    Thanks to everyone who made Raise the Roof 2016 a big success!

    in categories: Adults, Events, News