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Get a great deal on used books!

The Friends of HPL will hold their semiannual Book Shoppe Used Book Sale from October 7-10 in the library's community room. You'll be able to buy hard covers for $1 each and paperbacks for $ .25. Special items are marked separately. On Saturday, fill a bag for just $3! You'll find good deals on other great items, too.

Friends Nite Wednesday,…

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Falling for Quilts 2015

The Henrietta Quilt Club celebrates "Falling for Quilts" 2015 in the library's community room on Friday, October 16, from 1-5 pm and Saturday, October 17, from 10 am-4 pm. The Henrietta Quilt Club is made up of people who enjoy creating quilts in an atmosphere of friendly exchange of old and new techniques. This event provides members with the opportunity…

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Come See Us at the Harvest Festival

The Town of Henrietta is celebrating fall with a Harvest Festival on September 19 from 12-3 pm. There will be fun seasonal activities for all ages, and we will be there with our Pop-Up Library. Say hello and choose a book to take home! Find out more about the festival at

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Things We Love: Delancey

Have you ever read a cookbook or watched a cooking show and it's made you want to immediately eat at the restaurant behind the concept? Molly Wizenberg has done that for me. She has written two books, A Homemade Life and, more recently, Read More

Learn about the Powers Building at State and Main

Our current display is on loan from Craig Smith who has collected interesting memorabilia in his research of the history of the Powers Building in downtown Rochester. Find out even more about this special building by attending his presentation, The History of the Powers Building, on September 3 at 7 pm.



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Labor Day Hours

We'll be closed Saturday, September 5 through Monday, September 7 for Labor Day. We look forward to resuming normal hours on Tuesday, September 8 and wish you a Happy Labor Day!

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Everybody Gets the Blues

Join us this Thursday at 7 pm for a concert on the library lawn. Mark the Mailman, Joe Beard, Julie Conte, and Lia Conte will play the blues in this performance for all ages.

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