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Spring 2014

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"Borrow" a trip to your favorite museum during spring break!
The following passes are available for 3-day loan to Pearl River adult cardholders:

The New York City Police Museum  
Current Temporary Location: 45 Wall Street (Between Broad and William Streets), Lower Manhattan Pass for up to 2 adults and 4 children(Closed Sundays)
The Children's Museum of Manhattan  Pass for 4 people:  1 Adult & 3 children or 2 Adults & 2 children (Closed Mondays)
Guggenheim Museum  
Fellow Associate pass:  2 adults + 3 guests + all children under 18  (Closed Thursdays)
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum 
Library Patron Pass:  6 people  (be prepared to show your library card if asked and please note there is a $7 charge for the Space Shuttle exhibit) 
The New York City Fire Museum    
Pass for 2 Adults and up to 3 children ages 3-12    
Dual/Family Membership: 2 adults (at same address)+all accompanying children under 18 (Closed on Mondays)
Storm King Art Center 
1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY  

Pearl River 1870-1970: A Century of Industry and Invention
On display during the month of April
Imagine a world in which corporations had their own marching bands, replete with brocaded uniforms and painted bass drums; company clam bakes were attended by straw derby donning gents; and warehouse foremen sported smart vests and waxed mustachios. During the month of April our exhibit case features highlights from our archives, focusing on Invention and Industry in 19th and 20th century Pearl River.The display includes vintage photographs, letters, patents, artifacts and ephemera from the Dexter Folder Company, Lederle Laboratories, and industrialist and town founder, Julius E. Braunsdorf.
Enchanted Landscapes
In Time for Spring, "Living Master" David Jermann Brings the Natural World into Vivid Focus

Enter the idyllic world of painter David Jermann, a world where every leaf, every blade of grass and every luminous cloud seems to shimmer with energy and enchantment.  Listed as a "Living Master" by the Art Renewal Center, Jermann's finely honed technique brings realism and fantasy together in a way that is truly mesmerizing. 

Running through April 28th, this exhibit is sure to renew your appreciation for the wonders of the natural world.  
 

PRPL 2014 Trustee and Budget Vote will be held on Tuesday, June 10
Trustee Candidate Petitions Available at the Library Board Clerk's Office

Completed petitions must be submitted to the Pearl River Public Library Board Clerk's Office by 5:00 PM on Monday, May 12, 2014.  Additional information is available at the Board of Trustees page.

Please call Board Clerk Wendy Courtney at the Library at 735-4084, Ext. 117 for additional information.


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