Make your holiday shopping easier with a gift from our Booksale! We have a large selection of fiction and non-fiction for all ages and games, DVDs, and CDs.
And don't forget to use your stamp card to earn a free book!
Murray L. Bob Lecture Thursday 12/2 | 6:30-8:00
"Writing for Pleasure in Service of Bridge Building"
with Sony Ton-Aime
"In this lecture, we will see how encouraging people to write simply for the pleasure of writing by using common points of departure can help us mend our divides."
Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in the Chautauqua Institution's Poetry Makerspace.
This event is free and open to the public. Masks are required while in the library.
Registration is open, and there are still spots available for the Gingerbread Workshop. Available times are 3:30-5:00 or 5:30-7:00.
Call the Children's Room Desk at 716-484-7135 x 234
Registration is required.
The library is once again partnering with Keeping Each Other Warm. Donations of new or newly handmade winter gear can be dropped off at the library. All donations will hang on the clothesline outside our front doors for community members to take as they need. This project helps to provide essential warming necessities like hats and gloves to all members of the community.
For the Love of Books! To find great materials to read, search the online catalog.
Today marks 130 years since the library first opened its doors to the public. A collection of historical items from the library and the Prendergast family is on display in our lobby. In addition, personal items of the family were loaned from the Fenton History Center.
12.9 & 12.23
This month's focused craft is felting. Learn how to needle felt, or work on a crafting project of your own!
Holiday books are not an extra 50% off during the Quarterly Half Off Sale 12.2-12.4
16 Days of Activism
U.N. Zonta Groups worldwide participate in this event to raise awareness of violence against women. The goal is to put an end to gender violence of all kind.
Mondays & Thursdays
Due to increased interest in Minecraft Club, we have opened a second day and time for children to attend. Children can only sign up for one day a week and one week at a time. Visit the children's desk or call 716-484-7135 x 234 to register.
Holiday Closings The library will be closed:
Friday, December 24
Saturday, December 25
Friday, December 31
Saturday, January 1