Craft SeriesFirst and Third Friday every month!
Crafters gather two evenings per month at the Library to learn, create and network ideas for works in progress. Often the attendees take turns instructing a particular skill, and sometimes they gather to work on their own projects in the fun, social time together. These occur on the first and third Mondays of each month, during the fall and spring. Contact the Library for the schedule.
Jane Austen TeaA Historic Event!
This is a time for all fans of this iconic writer to enjoy an elegant afternoon of lovely regency fashions, delicious goodies, trivia and even view an Austen film in our history room theater! Reservations should be made ahead by calling the Library, and donations are appreciated for this event.
Summer ReadingGet your children excited to read!
Summer Reading 2019’s theme was “A Universe of Stories.” Here are a few images of the events in action!
Winter SeriesHistoric Films and more!
Winter Series for adults is a Monday evening once each month from January to April when we gather to watch a film, enjoy an historical topic, or discuss a book we have read. In the past we have watched “Captain Phillips”, “Monuments Men” or a film about the history of local tanneries, and even enjoyed an evening of humor done by the Hamilton Gibson “Acting Out” troupe, who are shown doing a fun sketch about a trip to the Iszard’s department store in Elmira in days gone by. These are always free and open to the the public, call the Library to see what is on tap for Winter 2018.