Events

Here are some of the events that are held at the library. This information will be updated as more events are scheduled.

  • October 24 – Book Club meets at 10:00 in Simmons Memorial Room (4th Tues of each month).
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  • October 24 – Story Time for Pre-K children at 10:00 every Tuesday. Join us as we read some age-appropriate books, do a craft, and maybe build a tower or sing a song!
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  • October 24 – Watercolor 101 class with Pete Smith at 6:00 pm. Pete will bring materials and will help you create a small watercolor piece, and put it in a matte for you to take home.

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  • October 31 – Story Time for Pre-K children at 10:00 every Tuesday. Join us as we read some age-appropriate books, do a craft, and maybe build a tower or sing a song!

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  • October 31 – Trick or Treat for Books at the library – 2:00-6:00 pm. We’ll give away books again this year, until we run out!

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  • November 2 – MILC (Malone Independent Living Center) available for 1-on-1 advice on Health Care. Every-other Thursday through the end of the year. Call 518-483-2151 or TLyon@milcinc.org; by appointment only. 10:00-2:30 in the Simmons Memorial Room.
  • November 7 – Join us for a jewelry-making class on Tuesday, November 7th from 6:00-8:00 pm. Karen Greiner will come to show us how to make earrings, necklaces, or whatever. The library will cover the cost of materials. Bring a friend or two! This is lots of fun!

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  • November 8 – Book Discussion with Suzanne Orlando. Book title is, “Cinnamon and Gunpowder” by Eli Brown. Meet in the Simmons Memorial Room at 6:00 pm. Swing by the library to borrow a copy!

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  • November 9 – MILC (Malone Independent Living Center) available for 1-on-1 advice on Health Care. Every-other Thursday through the end of the year. Call 518-483-2151 or TLyon@milcinc.org; by appointment only. 10:00-2:30 in the Simmons Memorial Room.
  • November 9 – The movie “Jonah” will be shown in the Community Room at 6:00 pm. The Clergy group of Tupper Lake and the Goff-Nelson Memorial Library invite you to see this free movie in the Community Room of the library. Outside snacks and beverages are allowed as long as the snacks are easily cleaned up and the beverages have lids. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible sibling over the age of 12. This Sight & Sound Theatres production was filmed in front of a live audience.
  • November 14 – Board of Trustees meeting at 4:00 in the Simmons Memorial Room. All Board meetings are open to the public.
  • November 15 – ACCES VR (Adult Career and Continuing Education Services – Vocational Rehabilitation) / Tri Lakes Center for Independent Living provides information on services and support that are available in our community (finding jobs, preparing for jobs, computer training, etc.) at 1:00 in Simmons Memorial Room. The 3rd Wednesday of every month. Walk-ins welcome.
  • November 15 – Red Cross Blood Drive in the library’s Community Room: 1:00 – 6:00 pm  sponsored by Rotary Club. 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.

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  • November 16 – MILC (Malone Independent Living Center) available for 1-on-1 advice on Health Care. Every-other Thursday through the end of the year. Call 518-483-2151 or TLyon@milcinc.org; by appointment only. 10:00-2:30 in the Simmons Memorial Room.
  • November 28 – Book Club meets at 10:00 in Simmons Memorial Room (4th Tues of each month).
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  • November 30 – MILC (Malone Independent Living Center) available for 1-on-1 advice on Health Care. Every-other Thursday through the end of the year. Call 518-483-2151 or TLyon@milcinc.org; by appointment only. 10:00-2:30 in the Simmons Memorial Room.
  • December 12 – Board of Trustees meeting at 4:00 in the Simmons Memorial Room. All Board meetings are open to the public.
  • December 14 – MILC (Malone Independent Living Center) available for 1-on-1 advice on Health Care. Every-other Thursday through the end of the year. Call 518-483-2151 or TLyon@milcinc.org; by appointment only. 10:00-2:30 in the Simmons Memorial Room.
  • December 20 – ACCES VR (Adult Career and Continuing Education Services – Vocational Rehabilitation) / Tri Lakes Center for Independent Living provides information on services and support that are available in our community (finding jobs, preparing for jobs, computer training, etc.) at 1:00 in Simmons Memorial Room. The 3rd Wednesday of every month. Walk-ins welcome.
  • December 28 – MILC (Malone Independent Living Center) available for 1-on-1 advice on Health Care. Every-other Thursday through the end of the year. Call 518-483-2151 or TLyon@milcinc.org; by appointment only. 10:00-2:30 in the Simmons Memorial Room.

Ongoing Events:

  • Story Time for Pre-K children at 10:00, every Tuesday, year ’round.
  • Book Club meets at 10:00 am on the 4th Tuesday of each month in the Simmons Memorial Room. Book club meetings are open to anyone interested; new attendees are welcome! Ask for a list of books and more information at the library.
  • Writer’s Group meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month, from 6:00-8:00 pm. All are welcome!
  • Board of Trustees usually meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 4:00 pm in the Simmons Memorial Room. (Call the library to confirm the date.) Meetings are open to the public.
  • Books for Sale:
    • Adirondack 102 Club: Your Passport & Guide to the North Country, by Martin Podskoch ($20.00)
    • Adirondack Treasure: The Bonaparte Legacy, by Matthew J. Glavin. 2012. ($30.00)
    • Autumn Leaves: Don’t want the dance to end, by Sue Savard. ($13.00)
    • Mostly Spruce and Hemlock, by Louis J. Simmons. 2009.  Index by Carol Payment Poole. ($24.95)
    • Rising from the Swamp, by Carol Poole. 2012. ($30.00)
    • Tahawus Memories 1941-1963: The Story of a Unique Adirondack Hometown, by Leonard Gereau ($20.00)
    • Transitions: Notes on a Proud Past with Attention to Future Annals, The Collection of William C. Frenette. 2014. ($24.95)

We are willing to mail these books to you if you let us know your address so we can include the cost of postage.

Past Events:

April 17-21, 2017 – Spring Break – getting creative with littleBits! You can see the pictures here.

April 26, 2016 – Teddy Bear’s Picnic: you can see the pictures here.

October 30 – Trick or Treating for books instead of candy. We gave out 72 books, and the kids kept coming! We apologized when we had to give them candy instead of books. You can see the photos on our Facebook page!

July 17 – Dave Ruch’s Just for Fun kids’ concert. You can see the pictures here.

July 8 – Gail Huntley, author from Long Lake, came for a book talk. She talked about her latest book: Long Lake: Adirondack Heartland, 1910-1980+. You can see the pictures here.

June 10 – Niki Kourofsky, author of Adirondack Outlaws, came for an author visit and book signing. You can see the pictures here.

May 20 – Marty Podskoch, author of Adirondack 102, came for an author visit. You can see the pictures here.

February 24 – Story Time for Pre-K children at 10:30. We celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday by reading his books.  You can see some photos here.

October 14 – Poet & Memoirist Michael Czarnecki and Prose writer Steve Coffman will read from their works at 6:00 pm upstairs in the library and will allow time for Q&A and discussion.  This event was funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc., with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

August 20 – Our Centennial celebration was great fun! You can see the photos here.

April 8 – Storytime for Pre-K children: Teddy Bear’s Picnic. See the photos here.

April 4 – Martha Gallagher, The Adirondack Harper, gave a magnificent performance called, “Songs from the Stones”. See the photos here.

March 22 – Author visit: Reinaldo Alvarez read his book, Little Baby Imagination to children between ages 4-10. After reading his book, Mr. Alvarez answered questions and signed his book. He also held a brief workshop on the use of creative imagination for children and adults. Reinaldo Alverez reading November 20 – Lake Placid Center for the Arts After School Workshop: “Harvest Basket” with Sandy Muller. You can see a photo from this event here.

October 16 – Lake Placid Center for the Arts After School Workshop: “Mini Pack Basket” with Sandy Muller. You can see a few photos from this event here.

September 23 – Lake Placid Center for the Arts After School Workshop: “Chalk and Buttermilk” art with Vicki Celeste. You can see a few photos from this event here.

August 23 – Bill Smith, renowned Adirondack Storyteller and Basket Maker, performs at 7:30 in the Community Room. You won’t want to miss this! Bill provides great family entertainment; bring a friend! This performance is in memory of Jenson Merriam. You can see a couple of photos from this event here.

August 14 – Author visitMason Smith came to read from and discuss his book, “Towards Polaris.” We met at 7:00 pm in the Community Room (downstairs). This event was funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc. with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. See a couple of photos from this event here.

June 8, 2013 we had a great time playing Scrabble, sponsored by Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin Counties. We had a great turnout, and may do this again. For more information on Literacy Volunteers, call 891-5567 or click the above link to see their website. Literacy Volunteers is a charitable organization that provides adult literacy programs to any adult who wishes to improve their education. We were too busy to take photos! IMG_1642

We’re holding a “Print, Prose and Recycle” Creative Aging Workshop; it started May 16 and runs through July 11. Participants are creating beautiful hand prints from recycled materials. You’re still welcome to join us! You can see more photos here. IMG_1617

May 1, 2013: Students made some impressive baskets in the after school workshop on basketweaving! The workshop was sponsored by the Lake Placid Center for the Arts. IMG_1613

The Teddy Bear’s Picnic on April 20th was very popular! Thanks to our guest storyteller, Suzanne Orlando! SONY DSC

On March 2nd, we celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday. You can see more photos here. Nancy Palmateer cropped

On February 28th, 17 children from the local Head Start program came to the library to hear some Dr. Seuss stories. Nancy Palmateer, retired School Librarian from Canton Elementary School, happened to be in the library and she agreed to be the special guest reader!  It’s a treat to hear Dr. Seuss stories read by a real pro! Thanks, Nancy! Girl Scouts Feb 2012

On February 4th, a troop of girl scouts came with leaders Dori Gilman and Patty Fortier-Stoll to get a tour of the library and learn about the resources and services that are available. Several of them got their own library card for the patch that they’re working on! IMG_1460

Mrs. Claus came in December for holiday storybooks and goodies! IMG_1389

On October 31, we had a lot of trick-or-treaters! CEFLS Board Oct 22 2012

On October 22, the CEFLS Board of Trustees met in our library. Cub scouts Oct 2012

October 16, 2012: The Cub Scouts came to our library with their group leader, Kerri Cote. They’re working on their  Communications badge, so they had a tour of the library and learned how it’s organized. Some of them got their first library card, and they all checked out a book.

September 24 – Storytime for Pre-K at 10:30, and every Tuesday morning at 10:30 after that.

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