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Nerdy Nummies

If you love baking and you love anything nerdy, you need to check out Rosanna Pasino’s Nerdy Nummies. She puts up weekly cooking shows on her YouTube channel that range from Deadpool Pepperoni Pizza and BB-8 Cake Pops to Game of Thrones White Walker Drinks. She recently came out with a cookbook that you…

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Beyond Susan B. Anthony

You’re probably familiar with the names Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Stanton, and Lucretia Mott and with their fight for women’s rights and suffrage. Other important women significantly advanced the cause of women’s rights, too. Jack Kowiak will describe the contributions of key figures such as Mary Wollstonecraft, the Grimke sisters, and Alice Paul on Thursday, March 10 at 7pm, during…

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Library Building News

At their meeting on March 2, the Town Board passed a resolution to enter into a contract with Passero Associates to do a needs assessment and develop plans for an expanded library. Passero will be exploring the possibility of renovating and expanding our current building as well as the possibility of a new building, a process we anticipate will take…

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The Hedgehog Collector

Linda started getting interested in hedgehogs when her Austrian grandmother sent her packages of books or toys with hedgehogs in them. When Linda grew older, friends and family enjoyed the challenge of trying to find hedgehog presents to give her. She also likes stories about hedgehogs, such as The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle written by Beatrice Potter. At the age…

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Is the Gardening Bug Biting?

Start planning your garden now for spring and join the Henrietta Community Garden. For more information, and to register, call the Recreation Department at 359-2540.

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If you hate going to the gym but don’t want to give up on your New Year’s resolutions yet, check out Blogilates. Cassey Ho is a fitness trainer in California who uploads free workout videos to her YouTube channel, shares workout plans and healthy recipes on her blog, has published a Read More

What Do I Read Next?

If you read and enjoyed The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins, you may be wondering what other titles to pick up next. We've got you covered. Our new The Girl on the Train Readalikes booklist highlights twenty other novels filled with unreliable memories, shady characters, and dark secrets. So,…

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Join the Conversation on Race with Poverty

On Thursday, March 3, we will host The Conversation on Race with Poverty, facilitated by MacClurg Vivian and Velverly Caldwell. These conversations are open dialogues about race and its impact on the community. More than 600 people have participated in Conversations throughout the community. We hope you will, too. Please register.

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