Schuylerville Public Library News

November 2022

Mindfulness Book Group

A new mindfulness book group will meet virtually on the first Thursday of each month, starting November 3rd, at 7pm to discuss books on the theme of mindfulness. Topics will include:

  • Awareness of emotions and thoughts
  • Compassion for self and others
  • Practical applications of mindfulness in daily life, relationships, and society.


Facilitator Susan Meyer is an experienced and credentialed mindfulness meditation teacher who also offers a Tuesday evening guided meditation session every week through the library.


The November 3rd book discussion will focus on Zen and the Art of Saving the Planet by Thich Nhat Hanh. Copies of the book are available at the library circ desk. You can register here.

Published books that were written for 'national novel writing month'

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a nonprofit organization and annual event during the month of November that challenges people worldwide to write a novel (or 50,000 words) in 30 days. Here are some well-known titles that were published after being written as NaNoWriMo projects:



Schuylerville Public Library will be hosting five NaNoWriMo events this November. An intro session on Thursday, Nov. 3rd at 4:30 will introduce writers to the concept of NaNoWriMo. Following that, there will be four "Write-Ins," each Tuesday at 4:30, starting on Nov. 8th, to motivate writers to keep up their word count!

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Library Holidays

The library will be closed on the following holidays:



  • Friday, November 11th for Veterans Day
  • Thursday, November 24th for Thanksgiving
  • Friday, November 25th for the day after Thanksgiving



We will also be closing early (4pm) on Wednesday, November 23rd. Happy holidays!

How to spot an email scam

Scammers are getting better and better at making fraudulent emails look genuine. To spot a scam, watch for these clues:


1. Always look closely at the email "from" address.

2. The email content may have broken English, misspelled words, or no punctuation.

3. It asks for a reply with personal information.

4. The email contains suspicious links and/or attachments.

5. The subject line (or email content) contains urgent or threatening language.

6. The content of the email is designed to trick you with an enticing offer or story.


From: Capital District Library Council/Tech-Talk

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