If you're looking for something new to read, try following our staff members on GoodReads. Annalise is one of our children's librarians, but she reads a mix of children's, teen, and adult books. Alicia, our special projects and culinary…
During June, the library display case will house an assortment of tea time items borrowed from patrons, staff, and volunteers. Just for fun, come in to peek at the teapots, tea cups, dollies, and other tea time items.
Many of you have wanted to buy one of the library book bags we've been circulating. Now you can! Our Friends of the Library group is selling them in red and navy blue for $8 each. They're durable and soil- and water-resistant. Looks like Annalise has gone bananas over her red book bag!
The Friends of the Henrietta Public Library will hold their semiannual used book sale from Wednesday, April 29-Saturday, May 2 in the community room. Friends Nite, April 29 from 4-6:30, is for members of Friends of HPL. $5 memberships are available at the door. The sale is open to the public on April 30 from 2-8, May 1 from 12-5,…
Our Board of Trustees will be holding a special meeting in the library on Tuesday, April 21 at 6:30pm to discuss the possibility of forming a foundation. Our next regularly scheduled board meeting will be on Wedesday, May 13 at 5:30pm, also in the library. All board meetings are open to the public. You can sign up to receive library…
Ellen Siegel (Substitute Clerk)
So Anyway by John CleeseCleese's autobiography is beautifully written and Ellen was impressed with his intelligence as well as his marvelous sense of humor.
Not My Father's Son by Alan CummingCumming's memoir about his very difficult childhood reveals a sensitive man who is much different than the roles he portrays.
Cathy Lathrop (Children's Clerk)
You can find the agenda for our library board meeting on Wednesday, April 8 at 6:15pm here.
We read stories; we watch stories. We like all kinds of stories. Here are some things we've been watching lately.
Linda Dingman (Clerk)
Alicia Reinhardt (Librarian)
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For those of you who are ready for April showers to bring May flowers, here are some of our newest gardening books:
The Complete Guide to Outdoor Carpentry: Complete Plans for Beautiful Backyard Building ProjectsIn case what your garden really needs is a bridge. Probably everyone's garden needs a bridge. I wish someone would build me a bridge.