Marlborough community events

Posted 12/12/19

John Cary presents Intro to Python Computer CodingHave you ever wondered how computer programs are written and what all that code looks like behind the scenes? Join us on Monday, December 16, 7 p.m. …

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John Cary presents Intro to Python Computer Coding

Have you ever wondered how computer programs are written and what all that code looks like behind the scenes? Join us on Monday, December 16, 7 p.m. at the Marlboro Library for an introduction to the world of programming using the computer language called “Python”.

During this program, you will get a basic understanding of how the program operates and all the power it has in making complex calculations instantly. Additionally, we will explore the platform where all the programming and execution of the programs take place.

Attendees are asked to bring their own laptops. Please call the library at 845-236-7272, if you need to reserve one of the library’s laptops, as a limited number are available on a first-come, first served basis. Registration is required, as a limited number of spaces are available. Register online at marlborolibrary.org.

Christ Church will host Senior Fellowship Supper

Senior Fellowship Suppers Sunday, December 15 from 3-5 p.m at Christ Episcopal Church.

Each meal features soup or salad, entrée, sides dessert, tea/coffee or cold beverage.

Due to limited space, please call 845-236-2600 and leave a message to ensure food to serve all. The meal is free of charge, though a free-will offering box does exist.

Christ Episcopal Church is located at 426 Old Post Rd, Marlboro

4th Annual Santa Run is Saturday

The Marlboro Hose Company will hosts its fourth annual Santa Run on Saturday afternoon.

Starting at 1 p.m., Santa will be at the Marlboro Elementary School. Then Santa will ride through the village of Marlboro between 1:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Santa Claus Lane will consist of the following streets: Western Avenue, West Street, Grand Street, Church Street, Orchard Street, Bloom Street, Hudson Terrace, Highland Avenue (between Western and South Streets) and Jackson Avenue.

Please join Santa back at the Firehouse at 3:30 p.m.

Marlboro Library presents Friends Cozy Cocoa Cookie Party

Come to the Marlboro Library on Sunday, December 15, 2:30 pm a for a dose of holiday cheer!

The library will host a holiday cookie party for families of children ages 4-7.

Come wearing your coziest pajamas and decorate a cookie with friends. Write a letter to Santa, sing-a-long to some favorite carols, sample some cocoa from our hot cocoa bar and listen to a fun, holiday story.

Admission is free.

The library is located at 1251 Route 9W, Marlboro. Call 236-7272 for more information.

Milton Church presents Christmas Concert

The Milton Marlboro United Methodist Church will host a bell choir Christmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 4:30 p.m.

The concert will feature the praise band, an organ duet, and carol sing-along. All are welcome! Light Refreshment to Follow

The church is located at 112 Church Street, Milton. Call 899-6204 for more information.

Police Toy drive continues

The Town of Marlborough Police Department is holding their annual Holiday Toy Drive thru Dec. 19.

All toys collected go to local children age infant – 16 yrs. Applications for enrollment can be obtained at the Town of Marlborough Police Dept. 21 Milton Tpk. Milton.

This year in addition to the families that enroll themselves, police ask that if you know of a family having a hard time providing gifts for their children for the holidays please let us know. Write and tell them what circumstances have impacted the family and why they need some help this year.

You can let them know about neighbors, family members, or a co worker. The children must live in the Marlboro school district to be eligible. Letters can be signed or anonymous.

Please include how to contact the family.

Letters can be mailed to The Town of Marlborough Police Dept. 21 Milton Tpk. /PO Box 305 Milton NY 12547 attention Head Dispatcher VanAmburgh. Toys can be dropped off at the Marlborough Police Department twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Toys are also being collected at. New unwrapped toys and wrapping paper are being accepted.

If you wish to make a monetary donation checks can be made out to the Marlborough Town PBA. Any questions call 845-795-2181.

Milton Library hosts a holiday bake and take

The Sarah Hull Hallock Free Library presents

Holiday Bake and Take - a tasty afternoon with library staff and volunteers on Friday, December 20, 3:30 - 5 p.m.

The library is located at 56-58 Main St., Milton.

Call 795-2200 for more information.

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