Ferry Festa: all day at the Library
Saturday, October 1
- All Day: Crafts and giveaways for children
- All Day: Friends Book Sale
- 1:00 PM: Hulda: The Other Legend of Sleepy Hollow
- 5:00 PM: Comedy Open Mic
- 8:00 PM: Quilt Raffle Drawing
Ferry Festa Craft: Recycled Yarn-Wrapped Coasters
Help the library recycle and make cool ornaments/coasters for your home!
Friends Book Sale
Come to the Friends of the Dobbs Ferry Library’s Book Sale on the Library Plaza! Get gently used books — great finds for children & adults.
During the last hour of the sale, bring your own bag to fill for $3.00.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer!
Hulda: The Other Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1PM)
Storyteller Carla Lynne Hall performs an updated narrative of Mother Hulda of Bohemia, a woman who lived in Sleepy Hollow during the 1770’s. In Edgar Mayhew Bacon’s 1897 book Chronicles of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow, he mentioned the woman whose basket weaving and healing abilities led to her being shunned as a witch, while her skills as a sharpshooter made her a Revolutionary War hero.
Musical accompaniment by Jim Keyes.
This program is made possible through Revolutionary Westchester 250, Westchester County, and the Westchester Library System. It is designed to build awareness and appreciation for the Revolutionary War era in Westchester, in anticipation of the nation’s 250th anniversary of the American Revolution in 2026.
Comedy Open Mic (5PM)
Our Comedy Open Mics follow a traditional format, where comedians new and old — who want to work on new jokes, change old ones, or just experiment — sign up and get 5 minutes apiece to perform.
INTENDED FOR AUDIENCE 18+
Our remaining Fall dates are: Tuesday, November 8th • Tuesday, December 6th
For more info about our comedy nights, check out our Comedy on the Hudson page.
Quilt Raffle (8PM)
The Friends of the Library have two quilts (“Butterflies” and “Flower Basket”) on display which will be raffled off during Ferry Festa on October 1st at 8pm at the corner of Main and Cedar Street.
See the quilts & buy tickets at the library! Write your name, address, and telephone number on the tickets you are purchasing.1 Ticket – $1 / 6 Tickets – $5 / 12 Tickets – $10 / 24 Tickets – $20