We have lots of fun planned for the family this week! Have a blast at The Checkers Show on Monday, Family Bingo on Tuesday, Silent Library Challenge for Teens on Wednesday, and Life-Size Games on Friday. We’re looking forward to enjoying the week with you!
The library is currently working on its next three-year strategic plan, and, as you may have heard, the town is exploring the possibility of an expanded library. We want to make the best long-term decisions for our community, which means hearing from all of you. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey to help us begin that…
Checkers will be at the library with his famous comedy magic and antics on February 15. Fun for the whole family! Find out more at http://bit.ly/20y5osz
Visit our pop-up library at the town's Valentine's Day Party at the R-H Senior High Cafeteria on Saturday, February 6 from 10:30am-noon. For more information about the event or to register, visit: bit.ly/1nP7jLc.
Local librarian Christy Simons showcases her photos from a recent trip during Scenes from Scotland on February 4. May you live long and stay well!
Dr. David Redding from Honeoye Falls started collecting ties when he became a chiropractor because he wanted his patients to have an interesting distraction. 95% of his ties are from shopping trips. An interesting display will grab his attention and he will buy a bunch. Dr. Redding prefers unique designs and lots of color. He owns ties from the Jerry…
Our storytimes will have a new start time beginning February 2nd. Baby Storytime on Tuesdays and Thursdays will begin at 10:15. All-Ages Storytime will begin at 10:45 on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 10:15 on Wednesdays. You're going to need a little extra time to get the car warm before loading up the kids!
Put your boots on and kick some snow, it’s time to dance! Find out why Canadians stomp when you join us for country line dance lessons led by Bob Williams on January 28, February 25, March 31, and May 5.
Patrick Kelly will be here to tell Baby Boomers and others what they need to know about Social Security and how to maximize income. Get helpful updates Thursday, January 21, when you join us for "Social Security."
Doug Roesch is a native of West Irondequoit, graduating from Bishop Kearney High School in 1982. He went on to get a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the State University of New York College at Oswego. Doug currently works for Xerox where for over twenty years he has designed, implemented, and maintained numerous billing, reporting, order, and finance applications.