The Greenwood Lake Public Library, located at 79 Waterstone Rd. in Greenwood Lake, has added Empire Parking passes to their list of free family fun passes available to resident patrons. The Empire pass provides unlimited day-use for vehicle entry to most facilities operated by New York State Parks and the State Dept. of Environmental Conservation including forests, beaches, trails and more.
This new arrival joins a collection of fun and educational opportunities available to families throughout the year. The list includes the American Museum of Natural History (Central Park West and 79th St., NY, NY), Brooklyn Botanic Garden (990 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, NY), Frick Collection (1 East 70th St., NY, NY) Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum Complex (Pier 86, W 46th St., NY, NY), Motorcyclopedia (250 Lake St., Newburgh, NY), Museum at Bethel Woods (200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, NY), Paley Center for Media (25 W 52nd St, NY, NY), and Storm King Art Center (1 Museum Rd., New Windsor, NY).
The Intrepid package includes admission for six people to the Museum itself as well as the Space Shuttle Pavillion. The Space Shuttle Pavilion showcases the space shuttle Enterprise, the prototype NASA orbiter that paved the way for the space shuttle program. Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park (7 Windermere Ave., Greenwood Lake, NY) Daily Beach free passes are also available to resident patrons during the summer months.
Rules for check-out apply for all: photo ID and Greenwood Lake library card required, three- day loan period ($10 overdue late fee per pass per day), no renewals or reservations (and patrons must come in person to checkout). Patrons may borrow beach passes multiple times; however, they must wait a month between each checkout.
The Liberty Science Center continues to offer a three percent discount per library patron (or a 10% off the purchase of a household membership) by presenting library card at the box office.