Programs at your Library

Interested in joining a Book Club or a Writing Group? Check out our Calendar of Events on the Events tab to see all the programs that are happening at your library! Donate blood during the Red Cross Blood Drive, sign up for free 1-on-1 advice on the new Health Care Reform, join us for Pre-K Story Time, join us for an Author Visit, and encourage your kids to read, Read, READ!

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Talk on Wednesday: “There’s more to Adirondack Architecture than Great Camps!”

Wednesday, August 19 – Steven Engelhart, Executive Director of AARCH (Adirondack Architectural Heritage) comes to talk about, “There’s more to Adirondack Architecture than Great Camps” at 7:00 upstairs in the library. Free and open to the public. Join us!

The Summer Reading Program isn’t over yet!

There are still three weeks before school starts! Come in and get a pile of books and fill out those log sheets for LP Quinn! Who wants to win an iPad mini? I’ll be giving prizes for Pre-K kids and middle-school / high-school kids who read the most. I challenge every student to read a book a day! There’s still time — read, Read, READ!

Calendar of Events

Check out the complete Calendar of Events on the Events tab to see all the programs that are happening at your library! Join a Book Club or a Writing Group! Take an Illustration Class, sign up for free 1-on-1 advice on the new Health Care Reform, and encourage your kids to join us for the Summer Reading Program!

Summer Reading Program: Concert Today!

Today at 11:00 we’re having a Childrens’ Concert with Dave Ruch performing. It’s FREE, and you won’t want to miss it! See http://daveruch.com/children.htm.

We had a great time! You can see some pictures here.

Summer Reading Program: July 17th

Join us July 17, 24, and 31 at 10:30 for more stories, crafts, and fun learning about heroes! The theme of this year’s SRP is “Every Hero has a Story” — what’s a hero to you? Who are your heroes? What makes someone a hero? On July 17th, Dave Ruch (http://daveruch.com/children.htm) will give a special children’s concert at 11:00 a.m. Don’t miss it!

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Summer Reading Program: Every Hero has a Story

This morning we had a visit from NY State Trooper Mike Keniston, Trooper Mike Kohan, and Tupper Lake Police Chief Eric Proulx, who came to speak to the children about heroes and how to be a hero. Then the officers showed the children the police car, with lights and sirens! Thank you to all our law enforcement officers who serve and protect and keep us safe!

See the photos here.

Join us July 17, 24, and 31 at 10:30 for more stories, crafts, and fun learning about heroes!

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