Happening at the Greenburgh Public Library this week


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December 13, 2021

Join special education teacher and library student Peyton Powell as she talks about what it means to exist as an Indigenous Black and what it means to represent Indigenous Black communities. Hear her talk about her identity, the diversity of the indigenous community, land recognition declarations and how solidarity should be intersectional.

GREENBURGH LIBRARY IS NOW

UNENDING !

All books, DVDs and CDs retrieved from the Greenburgh Library will not accumulate overdue fines.

Fines still apply to laptops, hotspots, FireTV Sticks, and Museum Passes.

All eligible items will automatically renew once.

Items overdue by 30 days will be considered lost.

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Wednesday,
December 15 | 10:00 a.m.

Financial fitness for seniors on vacation and beyond

Visit a museum about us!

Book your Museum pass for the Guggenheim, the Frick Collection, the Intrepid, the MoMA or the Museum of the City of NY with your GPL card!

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