Are you a story lover? Plan to join other story-lovers as Roz Goldman reviews The Last Painting of Sara de Vos: A Novel for the October 25 meeting of Books Sandwiched In. You might also like to investigate the Books Sandwiched In video archive on YouTube.
We're taking our pop-up library to the R-H High School on Saturday, October 22 to support Make a Difference Day! Come see us from 9am-12pm and take home a free book, courtesy of Friends of Henrietta Library.
Kids ages 18 months-4 years old - you are invited to our Toddler Dance Party. Come to the community room on Saturday, October 22 at 10:15am with your caregiver and dance your sillies out to your favorite tunes! The librarian DJS will play music both young and old will enjoy!
Get in touch with your authentic self! Take a journey to self-discovery with Jennifer Case in our two-part reflective writing class beginning October 20. Space is available - we hope you'll join us!
Michelle and Lindsay Prichard are sharing colorful photos taken during their trip to the Galapagos Islands in the fall of 2015. Children will love looking at the different animal pictures and figurines scattered around the large map of the islands. This exhibit is here for you to enjoy during the month of October.
Two things I love: coming of age stories and musicals. Put them together, and I'm a captive audience. One of the best coming-of-age movies I've seen in a while was just released on DVD, and is now available at the library. Sing Street tells the story of Conor, a teenager growing up in 1980's Dublin. His home…