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Happy fall! Take a look at our fall programming:
On October 11 at 4pm we’ll have a military history themed book talk, featuring Paul Mitura. Mitura will discuss his experiences in the military and share stories from his books about military history and trivia.
Come enjoy some spooky stories and pumpkin decorating at our special Halloween storytime event, on October 24 at 4pm. Kids are encouraged to wear a costume — we will have a costume parade around the library after storytime. Call (716) 484-7135 ext. 224 to register for pumpkin decorating.
At this workshop from the New York State Department of Finance, you’ll learn about filling out the FAFSA, grants, loans, state programs, and more resources to finance your education. This is a free workshop; no registration required. The workshop will run on October 30 at 6pm.
For the Kids
Our regular children’s programming continues, with STEM activities for kids every weekday from 3:30-5:00.
Minecraft Club is every Monday at 3:30, and the Makerspace is open Tuesdays-Fridays. Check our Facebook page or website for our weekly activities schedule.
We’ve returned to our regular storytime schedule, with storytimes running on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:30. Come by for stories, songs, and open play!
Programs for Adults
We once again are offering FREE computer classes! Classes this month will be Intro to Excel (10/19) and Intro to Word (10/26. Take a look at the attached flyer for more information.
We continue to offer our genealogy lab, adult coloring club, knitting club, and more! Take a look at our programming calendar for more details.
If you have any questions about our programming, or would like to be removed from this list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.