Tech Help @ the Library

Tech Help @ the Library – Need help with your smart phone, laptop, tablet, email, or social media? Tupper Lake students will be in the library every Wednesday from 3:00 – 5:00 pm to answer all of your questions! Stop into the library during that time and make sure to bring your device and questions to ask our tech helpers!

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Come see the Owls!

Join us this Friday at 6:00 PM when Wendy Hall, NY State Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, from The Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilitation Center in Wilmington, comes to introduce us to a couple of live owls that are native to the area: Barred Owl, Northern Saw Whet Owl, and the Barn Owl (6:00-7:00 PM in the Community Room). For more information about The Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilitation Center, see http://adirondackwildlife.org/index.html.

Spring Break at the Library

We are planning LOTS of activities at the library during Spring Break (April 2-6). Check out our Events page for details; some of the workshops require pre-registration.

Red Cross Blood Drive this Thursday

There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive in the library’s Community Room this Thursday, March 22nd from 1:00 – 6:00 pm; it’s sponsored by the Rotary Club. The Red Cross needs blood desperately! To make an appointment, go to http://www.redcrossblood.org/ or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). Remember about RapidPass, a new tool that lets blood donors to help save lives in less time. Walk-ins are welcome.

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Events at your library

Winter Break activities might be over, but we still have plenty of things happening at your library. Check out the Events tab, which we update almost every day.

You can also click on the link to our FaceBook page, on the right side of this screen, where we post pictures of events at the library.

Winter Break fun at the Library!

We are planning several events at the library during Winter Break (Feb 20-23). Although the library is closed on Monday for Presidents Day, we’re lining up various multi-generational events for the rest of the week. We’ll have a Pre-K Story Time each morning at 10:00 (not just Tuesday).

On Tuesday afternoon at 2:00, Lisa Kimpflen will show kids (age 5 and older) and adults how to make jewelry with fancy beads in the Community Room. At 2:30, we’ll get creative with littleBits in the Community Room.

On Wednesday starting at 1:00, we’ll have a workshop on getting started with your Family History. At 3:00, we’ll get creative with littleBits in the Community Room. About 5:30, we’ll have a Knitting 101 class with Sarah Pratt upstairs.

On Thursday, we’ll have a Photography 101 lesson with Paul Chartier at 1:00 (bring your camera!). At 1:00, Ben Gocker will show kids how to make a mini comic book that you can take home with you. And we’ll have more time to get creative with littleBits about 3:00. All of these activities are in the Community Room.

For more information, swing by the library or call us at 359-9421. All of these events will be free, but you need to register so we have enough materials. You can also see more detail about these events on our Facebook page.

Help us get Air Conditioning!

We’re raising money for air conditioning for our library. You can donate quickly and easily by clicking on the yellow “Donate” button on the right side of this screen. It’s a secure site, and you can use PayPal or any major credit card to donate any amount. Or you could bring in a check the next time you come in. You can read the letter from the Board of Trustees here. Thanks!