Tuesday, November 8, 2011

NYC Bus trip - December 1 - Bus Trip Canceled

Please be advised the library has had to cancel the December 1 bus trip.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Bus Trip 12/1/2011 - New York City

Bus Trip 12/1/2011 - New York City

The library will have a holiday bus trip on Thursday, December 1. The Bus will leave the Main Library parking lot at 7:30 am sharp returning from the west side of 7th avenue between 52nd and 53 Street at 6:30 pm sharp. This is a point directly across from the Sheraton Towers Hotel. I anticipate an approximate 9:00 pm Farmington arrival. The bus will drop people off at: 5th Avenue in the eighties, Rockefeller Center, 42and St for twofers and on Canal Street and Battery Park for a ferry ride. So, if you are in the mood for a museum visit, walk in the city, special lunch or diner, Broadway show matinee, shopping, walking over the upper level of the Brooklyn Bridge, having dim sum in China Town, Walking on the new addition to the High Line park or just people watching . . . December 1 is the day to travel to the Big Apple. Please call Mary Beth or Bernie in the Library office for the price and more details. 860-673-6791.

Payments need to be received by Administration by November 9, 2011. No seat will be held without payment.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

BUS TRIP - STORM KING SCUPTURE MUSEUM - 9/7/2011 - CANCELED

CANCELED

FARMINGTON LIBRARY BUS TRIP

STORM KING ART CENTER AND SCULPTURE GARDEN

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Adult $33, Student $26, Seniors $29

Registration Deadline - August 10!!!!

The Storm King Art Center and Sculpture Garden is an amazing outdoor museum in New Windsor, NY located at the heart of the picturesque lower Hudson River Valley. It consists of works from some of the most prestigious modern sculptors such as David Smith, Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Maya Lin, Louise Nevelson and Isamu Noguchi situated throughout breathtaking landscapes. Storm King Art Center’s distinguished collection comprises more than 100 sculptures by some of the most acclaimed artists of our era. Works at Storm King encompass the years from post-World War II to the present and include gifts, acquisitions, specially commissioned site-specific works, and loans. While the focus of the collection has been on large-scale abstract sculpture, much of it in steel, it also includes figurative work and sculptures in stone, earth, and other materials. A walking docent tour is included in the trip. Please wear comfortable shoes. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The bus leaves the library lot at 8:00 am and leaves the Garden at 3:30 pm.

To register for the trip, call Bernie or Mary Beth at 860 673-6791, Ext. 219 and leave a message or stop by the library. Make checks payable to the Farmington Library. Cancellations will not be accepted less than 10 days prior to the trip.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Bus Trip 8/3/2011 - New York City



I will lead another trip to the City on Wednesday August 3rd. The Bus will leave the Main Library parking lot at 7:30 am sharp returning from the west side of 7th avenue between 52nd and 53 Street at 6:30 pm sharp. This is a point directly across from the Sheraton Towers Hotel. I anticipate an approximate 9:00 pm Farmington arrival. The bus will drop people off at: 5th Avenue in the eighties, Rockefeller Center, 42and St for twofers and on Canal Street and Battery Park for a ferry ride. So, if you are in the mood for a museum visit, walk in the city, special lunch or diner, Broadway show matinee, shopping, walking over the upper level of the Brooklyn Bridge, having dim sum in China Town, Walking on the new addition to the High Line park or just people watching . . . August 3rd is the day to travel to the Big Apple. The price is $ 30. including tip. Please call Mary Beth or Bernie in the Library office for more details. 860-673-6791. Best Jay

Fall Bus Tour to Sculpture Garden


JOIN THE FARMINGTON LIBRARY ON A BUS TRIP TO
Storm King Art Center and Sculpture Garden
(near Newburgh New York)

This amazing outdoor museum has collected works from some of the most prestigious modern sculptors including David Smith, Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Maya Lin, Louise Nevelson and Isamu Noguchi set among the rolling hills of the Hudson Highlands, a dramatic panorama integral to the viewing experience.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2011

STUDENT $26.00, ADULT $33.00, SENIORS $29.00

A walking docent tour is included with admission. Please wear comfortable shoes for trip. (Lunches of 10-15 will be organized in August if demand warrants)

CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
COST INCLUDES BUS AND ADMISSION TO GARDENS AND TOUR

BUS WILL LEAVE LIBRARY LOT AT 8 AM
LEAVES GARDEN AT 3:30 PM

TO REGISTER FOR THE TRIP, CALL BERNIE OR MARYBETH
AT 860-673-6791 EXT. 219, LEAVE A MESSAGE

MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO
THE FARMINGTON LIBRARY

CANCELLATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED 10 DAYS PRIOR TO TRIP.

Friday, March 25, 2011

BUS TRIP TO THE BRONX ZOO

JOIN THE FARMINGTON LIBRARY ON A BUS TRIP TO THE BRONX ZOO

TUE, JUNE 28, 2011 CHILD (2-12) $29.00ADULT $33.00.

CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. COST INCLUDES THE BUS AND GENERAL ADMISSION TO THE ZOO. THE BUS WILL LEAVE THE LIBRARY LOT AT 8 AM AND WILL LEAVE THE ZOO AT 3:30 PM. TO REGISTER CALL BERNIE AT 860-673-6791, EXT 219, LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH YOUR NAME &PHONE#.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Bus Trip 5/4/2011 - New York City

I will lead another trip to the City on Wednesday May 4th The Bus will leave the Main Library parking lot at 7:30 am sharp and leave NYC on 7th avenue between 52nd and 53 Street at 6:30 pm sharp directly across from the Sheraton Towers Hotel for an approximate 9:00 pm Farmington arrival. The bus will drop people off at: 5th Avenue in the eighties, Rockefeller Center, 42and St for twofers and on Canal Street on to the Strand book store and Battery Park for a ferry ride. So if you are in the mood for a museum visit, walk in the city, lunch or diner, Broadway show matinee, shopping, walking over the upper level of the Brooklyn Bridge, having dim sum in China Town, Walking on the High Line park or just people watching . . . May 4th is the day to travel to the Big Apple. The price is $ 24. Call Mary Beth or Bernie in the Library office for more details.
860-673-6791

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

NYC Bus Trip 2/2/2011

I will lead another trip to the City on Wednesday February 2nd. The Bus will leave the Main Library parking lot at 7:30 am sharp and leave NYC on 7th avenue between 52nd and 53 Street at 6:30 pm sharp directly across from the Sheraton Towers Hotel for an approximate 9:00 pm Farmington arrival. The bus will drop people off at: 5th Avenue in the eighties, Rockefeller Center, 42and St for twofers and on Canal Street on to the Strand book store and Battery Park for a ferry ride. So if you are in the mood for a museum visit, walk in the city, lunch or diner, Broadway show matinee, shopping, walking over the upper level of the Brooklyn Bridge, having dim sum in China Town, Walking on the High Line park or just people watching….February 2nd is the day to travel to the Big Apple. The price is $ 24. Call Mary Beth or Bernie in the Library office for more details.
860-673-6791