Posts by Kathleen Degyansky, Assistant Director

Are YOU in Danger of Foreclosure?

The New York State Department of Financial Services invites you to visit the Foreclosure Relief Unit on Friday, August 3, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The mobile unit will be parked on the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Martine Avenue in White Plains. The Foreclosure Relief Unit can do the following: – Provide information on available federal programs – Answer inquiries about the foreclosure process – Assist homeowners in their efforts to obtain loan modifications – Take complaints from aggrieved homeowners – Seek resolutions with banks and mortgage servicers For more information, please contact Joe Placide of
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Visit Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts Without Leaving The Trove

Visit Atlanta, Georgia's Center for Puppetry Arts via a live interactive video conference on Monday, July 30, 4:30 p.m. in Galaxy Hall. The program, “Spiders,” will guide participants through a puppet making workshop while learning fun and interesting facts about spiders. Part of Dream Big Adventures!, a Monday afternoon series of fun activities for grades 2-6 with our summer reading theme. To make sure everyone is safe and comfortable, tickets will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis 30 minutes before program start.
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Take a StoryWalk! For Children in Grades 1-6

Take a walk in the Gallery at the White Plains Public Library! Along your way, enjoy an inspirational story based on the book: Long Shot: Never Too Small To Dream Big Written by NBA All-star Chris Paul Illustrated by Frank Morrison This is the true story of basketball player Chris Paul. As a young boy, he was told he was too small to play basketball. But he ignored this because he had big dreams. He listened to the encouragement of family and friends and worked hard at the game he loved to eventually become an all-American guard at Wake Forest,
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