Toddler Time children celebrated Dr. Seuss’s Birthday. Volunteer Jo Haumesser read One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish and The Cat
Take Your Child to the Library Day on Saturday, February 3, 2018 was a great success. 11 Children and 6 Adults, assisted by 6 Volunteers and 2 Staff learned how to take a book and turn it into a fun
On February 3, 2018, public libraries throughout New York State and beyond will celebrate the seventh annual Take Your Child to the Library Day with free events and activities for children and families. This year on February 3rd from 11 a.m.
Join us tonight for a presentation on Communication and Dementia! As Alzheimer’s disease or another related dementia progresses, the communication skills of a person with dementia will gradually decline. Eventually, he or she will have more difficulty expressing thoughts or emotions.
The library will be closed in observance of the new year. Please celebrate safely! The library will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, January 2.
During this Christmas season, library volunteers and staff enjoyed an appreciation breakfast with the Board of Directors at the Bemus Point Inn. Thank you to all our volunteers who provide an integral contribution to the success of the library!
Looking for Thanksgiving books for kids to read about the holiday? Come check out our large selection! Featuring fiction, historical and other genres – our library has numerous titles to choose from!
We will be hosting Loren Mayshark for a discussion about his latest book, Academic Betrayal. The book talk will be held here at the library on November 30 at 6:30. Released in April 2017, Academic Betrayal poignantly describes the authors experience while in
As we continue into Fall, community members continue to enjoy games of chess or checkers. From the looks of it, some games can be pretty intense!
We are so happy with this generous donation made by Jon Stahley! This set was hand crafted specifically for the library and allows patrons and passersby to engage in some casual – or intense – games! The Black Locust logs used