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Barb's Books and Bears - a Vision to Behold

For the holiday season, HPL is happy to present “Books and Bears” from the collection of Barbara Granger. Once again, Barb has created a vision to behold in our display case. Come for a visit and take a peek!

 

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May Your Days be Merry and Bright

Learn all about the unlikely story of America's Christmas anthem, "White Christmas," on Sunday, December 17 from 2-4 pm at the Henrietta Historical Soceiety meeting at the Henrietta Senior Center. Michael Lasser, host of Fascinating' Rhythm, will compare this and other classic holiday songs and discuss the history and culture behind these songs. Please visit www.henriettahistoricalsociety.org for more…

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Barbies, Please!

We would like to borrow Barbies and friends that are nontraditional and of diverse ethnicity for our February display, “Barbie: A Doll of Controversy.” The dolls will be safely locked in our display case. Please contact Erin at 359-7092 if your dolls wish to join the party. Thank you!

 

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Holiday Family Fun

Attention, families! On Monday, December 18, at 7pm, we will be hosting a family-friendly Christmas-themed story-time! We will have holiday-themed songs and rhymes and a small holiday treat! The storytime will be geared to children ages 2-5, but siblings are always welcome. Please register to ensure your spot!

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Enjoy Popular Banjo Duo in Holiday Concert

Join us as we welcome back our Holiday Banjo Concert performers, Drew Frech and Becky Schneider! Drew and Becky will perform their ultimate banjo favorites along with seasonal holiday selections and requests from our library patrons. Their banjo performances are always entertaining and fun-filled. Free and open to the public.

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Home for the Holidays

While it's nice to get away for the holidays, sometimes there's less stress to just stay home and enjoy your own holiday traditions like the downtown Rochester holiday lights and the wonderful display of poinsettias at the arboretum at Highland Park. Give yourself the gift of a cozy virtual tour of some of Rochester's iconic holiday sights led by Christy…

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