Bethlehem Library Notes for Wednesday, June 2, 2021

There is so much to explore at the library, inside and out! Stop by anytime to enjoy an outdoor story at our newest StoryWalk set up here on the library grounds!

Stroll along the path that circles the building while enjoying the hilarious adventure concocted by mischievous Fox in “Fox and the Bike Ride” by Corey R. Tabor. The StoryWalk begins at our entrance to Delaware Avenue.

Our StoryWalks are supported by funds from the New York State Library Family Literacy Library Services Program and the Upper Hudson Library System.

WiFi outside and around

Planning a picnic in the park this weekend? Remember that you can take advantage of our extensive free library Wi-Fi network in public areas around the city. Stream music, find a trail map, or check upcoming events, all without using your phone data.

We recently added the Town Hall Parking Lot and Playground to the list of locations where we offer free 24/7 Wi-Fi. You will also find free Wi-Fi. outside the Library Building, Elm Avenue Park and Pool, Five Rivers Environmental Education Center and Colonial Acres Park in Glenmont.

Everything about Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is not normal aging. It is a disease of the brain that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Join us online on Wednesday June 16th at 6pm for “Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia” to learn more about the impact of Alzheimer’s disease, the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, the stages of Alzheimer’s disease and risk factors; current research and treatments available to treat certain symptoms; and resources from the Alzheimer’s Association.

This program is presented by the Northeastern New York chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Register here : bethlehem.librarycalendar.com/events/understanding-alzheimers-and-dementia.

At your doorstep

Books to People is a free library delivery service available to residents of the Bethlehem Central School District who cannot visit the library due to a permanent or temporary health issue, including exposure to COVID- 19.

The library van will deliver requests every two weeks and pick up returns. You can request outstanding books, magazines, DVDs, music CDs, and audio books. To request this delivery service, contact the library information desk at 518 439-9314.

Reminder of the due date

The moratorium on late fees has been extended until June 30. In the coming weeks, please check your account for any overdue material you may have forgotten and bring it back to avoid charges.

Talk with

Pronunciator

There are so many benefits to learning a new language, and now, with the return of international travel, you’re getting ready to immerse yourself in that overseas adventure you’ve been dreaming of. With Pronunciator, the library’s online language resource, simply select the language and topics you like, the skills you want to develop and how much you want to study each day, and Pronunciator will build a personalized course for you. Choose from over 160 languages ​​to learn, including American Sign Language.

Bethlehem cardholders can access Pronunciator on the library Search page (www.bethlehempubliclibrary.org/webapps/research.asp).

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