Holly Brundage, a driver with
started a plethora of visitors over the last several weeks. Holly transported 23 OE pre-k students along
with their teacher Ms Sprouse and staff for a library visit. The children learned about taking care of
books and how to get a library card. Due
to inclement weather, they then enjoyed their brown bag lunches at the library
before heading off under clearer skies to the park and finishing with ice cream
at Park Side. Other students visiting
included the kindergarten, second and fourth grade classes from DH Robbins. Oppenheim-Ephratah School
Following the Memorial Day parade and service the library was open to visitors. Between 50 and 60 people took advantage of the holiday opening to check out the museum.
In addition, we also welcomed 10 members and staff from the Lexington Center Senior Day-Hab program, 8 members of the General Nicholas Herkimer Chapter of the DAR as well as 27 visitors from the Hudson Valley Community College Out and About program. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the recently revamped museum collections.