Library Programs

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Troy Public Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.

Call us: Main Library (518)274.7071

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Family Storytime-Lansingburgh
10:30 am
 Family Storytime-Lansingburgh
Thursday, Mar. 23, 10:30 am
Lansingburgh Branch
Please join us with your little one at the Lansingburgh Library for stories, music and a simple craft.  

This program is free and open to all children aged 5 and under with a caregiver.
Teen Art Night - Wire Art
6:00pm
 Teen Art Night - Wire Art
Thursday, Mar. 23, 6:00pm
Main Library
Make a sculpture, pendant, word, or figurine using wires, beads, and more! Ages 12 - 19

or call 518-274-7071.
Understanding Shakespeare - Henry IV Part 2
6:30PM
Understanding Shakespeare - Henry IV Part 2
Thursday, Mar. 23, 6:30PM
Main Library
This will be a five-session program on reading Shakespeare's great history play, Henry IV, Part 2. We will start right off with discussing the Induction and Act 1 in the first week. Then in the following four weeks, we will continue to discuss Shakespeare's Henry IV,...read more

or call 518-274-7071.
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Empowerment Exchange Writing Group
1-2 pm
Empowerment Exchange Writing Group
Friday, Mar. 24, 1-2 pm
Lansingburgh Branch
Join former local columnist Mark Radz and the Empowerment Exchange to explore poetry and story writing.  The general format is that someone suggests a word.  Everyone then writes a piece, either incorporating the word into the writing or using the word as the overall theme for their poem o...read more
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RPI Tutor Time
10:00 am
 RPI Tutor Time
Saturday, Mar. 25, 10:00 am
Lansingburgh Branch
Free tutoring in reading, math and other subjects for students in grades K-12.

For more information:
website:  http://doso.rpi.edu/precollege (click on Pre-College Initiatives, then Tutor Time)

call: 518-276-3098
fax:  518-276-8194
email:  smithc@r...read more
Friends of the Library Bookseller
10-2pm
Friends of the Library Bookseller
Saturday, Mar. 25, 10-2pm
Lansingburgh Branch
Find some great used books and support the Friends and the library, all at the same time!
French Film Screening
1PM
 French Film Screening
Saturday, Mar. 25, 1PM
Main Library
Bon Cop, Bad Cop” &m...read more

or call 518-274-7071.
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Sunday Feature Film: Double Indemnity
2:00
Sunday Feature Film: Double Indemnity
Sunday, Mar. 26, 2:00
Main Library
Join us at the Troy Public Library on Sunday, March 26read more

or call 518-274-7071.
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Zumba - Lansingburgh Branch
5:45PM
 Zumba - Lansingburgh Branch
Monday, Mar. 27, 5:45PM
Lansingburgh Branch
Come for one hour of fun, aerobic dancing. Burn calories and sculpt your body to exciting international rhythms. This class will be taught by a certified Zumba instructor.

or call 518-235-5310.
QUESTAR HSE Classes
1 pm
 QUESTAR HSE Classes
Monday, Mar. 27, 1 pm
Lansingburgh Branch
High School Equivalency classes offered by Questar.  Call Questar at 518-479-6869 for more information or to register.
Lansingburgh LEGO League
5:30 pm
 Lansingburgh LEGO League
Monday, Mar. 27, 5:30 pm
Lansingburgh Branch
Stop down to the Lansingburgh Branch between 5:30 and 6:30 pm and have fun creating with LEGO bricks. For ages 4 and up. Under 7 must be accompanied by an adult. No registration necessary.  
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Teen Gaming
3:00pm
 Teen Gaming
Tuesday, Mar. 28, 3:00pm
(Every Tuesday, 3-5 pm)

Lansingburgh Branch
For all interested teens, come play video games, have snacks and hang out!
Votes for Women! A Reading and Discussion Group
5:30PM
Votes for Women! A Reading and Discussion Group
Tuesday, Mar. 28, 5:30PM
(Tuesdays, March 28, April 11, 25, May 9, 16 and 30 at 5:30PM)

Main Library
Led by Dr. Jennifer J. Thompson Burns 2017 marks the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage in New York State, and in 2020 the nation will celebrate 100 years of the 19th Amendment. The history of the women's suffrage movement in our state and nation spanned seventy y...read more

or call 518-274-7071.
Introducing Gnosticism
6PM
 Introducing Gnosticism
Tuesday, Mar. 28, 6PM
Main Library
How to stay balanced in a divisive climate. Talk and guided meditation.

or call 518-274-7071.
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Family Storytime
10:30am
 Family Storytime
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 10:30am
(Wednesdays 10:30am)
Family Storytime
Main Library
Join us for songs, movement, stories, and a simple craft.  Children up to age 5 with a caregiver.
QUESTAR HSE Classes
1 pm
 QUESTAR HSE Classes
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 1 pm
Lansingburgh Branch
High School Equivalency classes offered by Questar.  Call Questar at 518-479-6869 for more information or to register.
Meditation - Lansingburgh Library
2PM
Meditation - Lansingburgh Library
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 2PM
Lansingburgh Branch
Friends of the Library Bookseller
2 pm-5pm
Friends of the Library Bookseller
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 2 pm-5pm
Lansingburgh Branch
Find some great used books and support the Friends and the library, all at the same time!
Guided Meditation at the Main Library
5:45PM
Guided Meditation at the Main Library
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 5:45PM
Main Library
Learn a surprisingly simple yet powerful practice that can help you reduce stress, get recharged, experience improved overall physical health, and possibly get you “blissed-out,” all while sitting comfor...read more

or call 518-274-7071.
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Family Storytime-Lansingburgh
10:30 am
 Family Storytime-Lansingburgh
Thursday, Mar. 30, 10:30 am
Lansingburgh Branch
Please join us with your little one at the Lansingburgh Library for stories, music and a simple craft.  

This program is free and open to all children aged 5 and under with a caregiver.
Understanding Shakespeare - Henry IV Part 2
6:30PM
Understanding Shakespeare - Henry IV Part 2
Thursday, Mar. 30, 6:30PM
Main Library
This will be a five-session program on reading Shakespeare's great history play, Henry IV, Part 2. We will start right off with discussing the Induction and Act 1 in the first week. Then in the following four weeks, we will continue to discuss Shakespeare's Henry IV,...read more

or call 518-274-7071.
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The Kate Mullany National Historic Site: National Significance of a Laundry Workers’ Strike
6:30PM
The Kate Mullany National Historic Site: National Significance of a Laundry Workers’ Strike
Friday, Mar. 31, 6:30PM
Main Library
Troy Night Out Event!
In early 1864, a nineteen-year-old Irish immigrant named Kate Mullany organized the shirt collar laundry workers of Troy, New York, into the nation’s first truly all-female labor union. Their weeklong strike y...read more
 
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