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FREE Seminar – Managing Your Career in Changing Times

September 20th, 2013 No comments

Need to get your carer back on track?


Westchester Library System’s WEBS Career and Educational Counseling Service presents Managing Your Career in Changing Times.





Led by a professional career counselor, this 8-week seminar will help to:

  • Evaluate your skills, interests, personality
  • Learn how to use online career information
  • Explore career alternatives
  • Find out about educational/training programs in Westchester
  • Learn about the latest trends in resumes and job search

This seminar will meet once a week beginning in the fall at three library locations:

  • New Rochelle Public Library
  • Ossining Public Library
  • White Plains Public Library

Attendance at an orientation session prior to the seminar is required. For dates, times and to register for this seminar, please call (914) 674-3612. For more information on WEBS Career & Educational Counseling Service, click here.

This program is funded in part with support from New York State Library Funds, Westchester County Government, and Con Edison.

FREE Seminar – Take Charge! Career/Life Planning After 50

September 20th, 2013 No comments


Are you over 50, and thinking about options for the future?

Westchester Library System’s WEBS Career and Educational Counseling Service presents Take Charge! Career/Life Planning After 50.


Led by a professional career counselor, this 8-week seminar will help to:

  • Assess yourself and get a clear direction for the next stage of life
  • Gain access to a variety of informational resources
  • Explore new ways of working in a high-tech world
  • Enhance your skills through learning and volunteer options

This seminar will meet once a week beginning in the fall at two library locations:

  • Chappaqua Public Library
  • Yonkers Public Library – Grinton I. Will Branch

Attendance at an orientation session prior to the seminar is required. For dates, times and to register for this seminar, please call (914) 674-3612. For more information on WEBS Career & Educational Counseling Service, click here.

This program is funded in part with support from New York State Library Funds, Westchester County Government, and Con Edison.

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at your Local Library!

September 13th, 2013 No comments


During National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) we recognize the contributions made and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate the group’s heritage and culture. Hispanics have had a profound and positive influence on our country through their strong commitment to family, faith, hard work, and service. They have enhanced and shaped our national character with centuries-old traditions that reflect the multiethnic and multicultural customs of their community.

Hispanic Heritage Month, whose roots go back to 1968, begins each year on September 15, the anniversary of independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. Mexico, Chile and Belize also celebrate their independence days during this period and Columbus Day (Día de la Raza) is October 12.

Check out just some of the programs being offered at Westchester libraries (below). For a complete list of local libraries, click here.

New Rochelle Public Library

Grand Market Fiesta

Saturday, September 14, 11:00 – 1:00 pm, Library Green (If rain, in library)

Warming-up for Mexican Independence Day, the BID Family Market Day will take on sounds and tastes from South of the Border. Families can enjoy live performances of regional music and dance by Mazarte Dance Company, sample tastes from downtown Mexican restaurants, make miniature piñatas and colorful tiles to take home, AND visit the many other Grand Market vendors. BID Family Days Go Global for New Rochelle’s 325th Anniversary! BID Family Days are made possible by a partnership with the New Rochelle Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) in conjunction with the Library, City School District and Parks & Recreation.

Thursday, September 19, 7:00 pm

International Film: Sangre de mi Sangre (Blood of My Blood)

Also known as Padre Nuestro (Our Father), this 2007 Argentinean-American thriller film relates the story of Diego, a young Mexican boy who smuggles himself to Brooklyn to meet his long-lost father, but whose identity is stolen by an impostor. The film was written and directed by Christopher Zalla, and stars Jesús Ochoa, Armando Hernández, Jorge Adrián Espíndola, and Paola Mendoza. In English and Spanish, with English subtitles; 110 minutes. Ossie Davis Theater. Free.

Thursday, September 26, 7:00 pm

Film: A Better Life

The 2011 drama directed by Chris Weitz stars Demián Bichir as Carlos Galindo, who always dreamed of a better life for his wife and newborn son when he crossed the border into the US.  But when his wife left him, Carlos’s only goal became to make sure his son Luis was given the opportunities he never had.  In English; 97 minutes.  Ossie Davis Theater. Free.

Thursday, October 3, 7:00 pm

DocumentaryMaid in America

As three of the thousands of Latina immigrants working as nannies and housekeepers in Los Angeles, Judith, Telma, and Eva have all left family and friends behind to come to America. Maid in America reveals the challenges these women face as they pursue the American Dream, their significant roles in American households, and the globalization of motherhood. The  award-winning documentary was directed by Anayansi Prado was screened nationally on the PBS Independent Lens series (2005-06).  In English; 58 minutes. Ossie Davis Theater. Free.

October 30 – November 6     

Day of the Dead Exhibit

The sixth annual Day of the Dead observance presented by Calaveras y Diablitos artists will feature a two-story high  Tree of Life with  an ofrenda, elaborate papier-mâché figures, tissue cut-outs and other traditional symbols of this ancient tradition celebrating late loved ones. Lumen Winter Gallery, during regular library hours.

Friday, November 1st, 3:30 – 4:50 pm: Family Craft Workshop

Saturday, November 2nd, 5:30 – 7:30 pm: Day of the Dead Performances and Reception


Yonkers Public Library

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Hispanic Heritage Celebration: Little Red Riding Hood

This is not the classic Tale of Little Red Riding Hood. Come see the classic twist in this free bilingual play with music for the whole family! Lite refreshments and free books for children.


Saturday, October 5, 2013 2:00 – 4:00 pm

Hispanic Heritage Celebration

All ages are welcome to join them for a free fun-filled event that includes Zumba, traditional Peruvian dancing and food from local restaurants.


WLS to Participate in International Big Library Read Program

September 10th, 2013 No comments

We are happy to announce that we are joining over 6,000 libraries and schools by taking part in the Big Library Read program. Westchester library card holders will be able to borrow and enjoy eBook and audiobook versions of the Big Library Read book, “Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth” by Jane O’Connor, from September 16th through September 30th by visiting


Big Library Read is an international program that gives libraries and library patrons unlimited simultaneous access to a popular title for a two-week period, creating a virtual, global book club. Interested patrons will be able borrow Book 1 in the Nancy Clancy series using a valid library card, and enjoy on all major computers and devices, including iPhone®, iPad®, Nook®, Android™ phones and tablets, and Kindle® without worrying about wait lists or holds. Titles will automatically expire at the end of the lending period. There are no late fees!

The Big Library Read program is made possible through a partnership between OverDrive, the leading supplier of eBooks and more to libraries, and HarperCollins, publisher of the best-selling Fancy Nancy series of children’s titles. To borrow the eBook and audiobook versions of “Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth” as part of Big Library Read, patrons can visit

BCW & WLS Take Healthcare Workshops on the “Road”

September 10th, 2013 No comments

BCW & WLS Take Healthcare Workshops on the “Road”
September Workshops

With the recent delays in some provisions of the law, solo entrepreneurs and small businesses must still get ready to enroll in the New York State Healthcare Benefit Exchange which starts October 1st.

The Business Council of Westchester will continue its outreach to educate businesses on the implantation of the Federal Health Care Act by holding numerous presentations at our office and different libraries in the County.

Partnering with Westchester Library Systems, the BCW will hold workshops during the day for businesses to take advantage of. Businesses will receive information about the availability of small business ACA tax credits, health insurance and care options for small business and their employees.

In addition, participants will also receive information about the availability of small business ACA tax credits, health insurance and care options for small business and their employees.

RSVP with John Ravitz at or call 914-948-2110.


September 16th: The Business Council of Westchester
White Plains, NYhealthcare
6:00 PM

September 19th: Pound Ridge Library
271 Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, NY
11:00 AM

September 23rd: The Business Council of Westchester
White Plains, NY
6:00 PM

September 27th: Westchester Library Systems Headquarters
540 White Plains Road, Suite 200 Tarrytown, NY
12:00 PM


A free library card is your ticket to back-to-school savings

September 3rd, 2013 No comments
A free library card is your ticket to back-to-school savings

 September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when Westchester libraries and public libraries nationwide to make sure that our students have the most import school supply of all – a free library card.

Resources at Westchester libraries are available to anyone who has a library card. Students can turn to the library for materials, programs and services that support academic achievement.
Students can use their library cards from home, too.  Our libraries offer access to important educational resources, like online resources that students can access from home with a library card, like e-books, online homework help, online databases and more.


“Westchester libraries provide students with the tools they need to succeed,” says Terry Kirchner, Executive Director. “They provide students with exciting and engaging programs that make learning fun and resources that they can access from the library or from home – all with a free library card. It is for these reasons that a library card is most important school supply of all.”


For more information on how to sign up for a library card, visit your library in person or visit the library online by clicking here.

A Blog Post from Pamela – Learning Ambassador at The Field Library

August 6th, 2013 No comments

I have previously worked in the library, but this experience as a Learning Ambassador has been very different. 

I have been coming to The Field Library for many years. I grew up involved in many of the programs – story times, crafts, and other special programs – so I know what it’s like to be one of the kids. Then I became a volunteer.  I helped with the summer reading games and volunteered regularly on Thursdays. That volunteering evolved into paid work.  I worked to support the Saturday crafts programs and would sometimes work other days as a library page – that’s the person who puts the books away in proper order so you can find them again!  
Then I had the opportunity to become a Learning Ambassador. Even though I was familiar with library programs, I have never done anything like this. This is so hands on:  I can choose the books and crafts and then design my own program! This experience has been really great.   I have done so many things that I could not have previously done in the library. It has been rewarding seeing the children pleased with something that I have designed for them to do from start to finish. 
Working in the library has been great it has given me so many new experiences and skills that I know will help me in the future. 


~Pamela from The Field Library in Peekskill


To learn more about WLS’ Learning Ambassador Program, please click here.
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WLS Mobile Apps for Android Devices

August 1st, 2013 No comments
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Volunteer Tutors Needed! Make A Difference!

July 30th, 2013 No comments

Learn and Serve in Your Community – Make a Difference for Seniors

Westchester Library System is seeking additional volunteers to serve as counselors for their Senior Benefits Information Centers (SBICs).  SBICs helps adults 60plus achieve a better understanding of Medicare health plans, prescription drug coverage, and other benefits available to seniors – saving them time and money.

choices2 Volunteer counselors receive monthly training from subject specialists, including the Medicare Rights Center and other expert nonprofit leaders, to understand Medicare and other critical senior benefits and services.  

Current volunteers include a committed team of active and retired professionals from all fields who are comfortable with technology, have excellent interpersonal skills, and are able to provide an average of 12 hours per month between the hours of 10am and 3pm.  Program services are offered at public libraries in Greenburgh, Mount Kisco, New Rochelle, Peekskill, Port Chester – Rye Brook, Shrub Oak (Yorktown), Tarrytown, and Yonkers.

Learn and serve with us.  For more information contact Beth Casso at



Tutors Needed for Adult Learners in Your Community

Are you a high school graduate?  College graduate?  That means you had at least 12 years of education that made it possible for you to learn what was essential in reading, writing, science, social studies, and math.  You got that done when you were younger, likely had fewer responsibilities and more free time.  Imagine doing it now!

Layout 3Over 80,000 adults in Westchester County aged 25+ do not have a high school degree.  Those that are looking to complete their GED could use your help.

Westchester Library System’s GEDConnect! is a tutoring program operating at libraries around Westchester County. We are looking for volunteers to assist adult students.  We provide the training and support.  You provide the time and encouragement to help adult learners meet their goals.

If you can dedicate 2-3 hours per week, contact Lisa Kahn at 914 231 3264

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