Health Care is at a tipping point

Join us on May 1st for a presentation by Dr. Jack Carney: Health Care is at a tipping point. “Fix IT”, a one-hour long documentary film, outlines the current health care crisis from a non-partisan perspective and presents as a viable solution single-payer health care. Since the event’s objectives are informational and educational, an hour-long Q&A will follow with Dr. Jack Carney, giving participants the opportunity to ask  questions the film might have raised.  In our Community Room, from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Admission is FREE. Dr. Carney is a resident of Long Lake, co-founder and member of the Long Lake Alliance and founder and Coordinator of the North Country Access to Health Care Committee, which is affiliated with the Campaign for New York Health (www.nyhcampaign.org). For further information, contact Dr. Carney at 518-624-4000.

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Free movie tonight

You’re invited to a free showing of the movie, “Ruth,” a Sight & Sound Theatres musical production. Outside snacks and beverages are allowed as long as the snacks are easily cleaned up and the beverages have lids. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult or responsible sibling over the age of 12. The movie will be shown tonight, April 26th, in our Community Room at 6:00 pm.

Ruth

118th NY Vol. Inf. “The Adirondack Regiment”

Join us tonight for a presentation on the 118th NY Volunteer Infantry, “The Adirondack Regiment” by Pete Gilbert Jr. Pete will bring displays and artifacts for public view. This presentation will be a power-point/discussion/lecture, and will probably be more interesting to high school students and adults than to children. In our Community Room at 5:00. See https://www.118thny1862.org/ for more information.

Civil war reenactors

 

Tech Help @ the Library

Tech Help @ the Library – Need help with your smart phone, laptop, tablet, email, or social media? Tupper Lake students will be in the library every Wednesday from 3:00 – 5:00 pm to answer all of your questions! Stop into the library during that time and make sure to bring your device and questions to ask our tech helpers!

  • Tech Help at the library

Come see the Owls!

Join us this Friday at 6:00 PM when Wendy Hall, NY State Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, from The Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilitation Center in Wilmington, comes to introduce us to a couple of live owls that are native to the area: Barred Owl, Northern Saw Whet Owl, and the Barn Owl (6:00-7:00 PM in the Community Room). For more information about The Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilitation Center, see http://adirondackwildlife.org/index.html.