The Catskill Public Library features a wide assortment of books, movies, tapes, magazines, and newspapers. You also get free admission to Cedar Grove – the Thomas Cole National Historic site – when you show your Catskill Library card.
Nurturing the loving heart of every child is at the core of what we do. It is our pleasure to help them explore their limitless creativity in a safe and happy environment. Modeled after the methods of child-directed learning, kids at Loving Hearts Daycare will spend their days studying what interests them at their own pace.
Providing Head Start services for 197 children (3-5 years) in 5 locations. In addition, special education and/or therapy services are provided to children birth to 5 years in homes or center-based programs.
Michael Farrell is a registered Irish Dance teacher with AnCoimisiun in Ireland and has been teaching step dancing in Greene County for over 25 years. The Farrell dancers can be seen performing for many Irish festivals in the area.
GREAT BEGINNINGS is conveniently located right at 479 Main Street, Cairo, walking distance from Cairo Elementary School. Open 6:30am to 6:30pm, GREAT BEGINNINGS offers daycare, an afterschool program, breakfast, lunch and snacks…
The mission of the Hunter Public Library is to meet, provide, and serve the needs of each and every member of the Hunter-Tannersville Central School Districts’ education, culture, and recreation.
The Mountain Top Library was originally called the Haines Falls Free Library and was founded in 1900. It is the mission of the Mountain Top Library to disseminate knowledge through the offering of information and communication services, literature and history.
The Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts is located in the heart of the Northern Catskill Region of New York State in the scenic hamlet of Maplecrest in the Town of Windham. Its mission is to create a center for the study of studio arts and natural agriculture and to offer a beautiful mountain setting for artist retreats.
Vedder Research Library is a non-circulating research center. It makes available to Society members and the general public a wide range of primary and secondary resource material depicting the historical development of Greene County.