August 24, 2015

Last Week of August Events

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Movie Time-Tues., Aug. 25-1 pm
Enjoy a family friendly movie and eat popcorn.
 More Crafts-Thurs., Aug. 27-1 pm
Come and do more summer crafts you
might have missed.
 Stitchin' Time-Fri., Aug. 28-10 am-Noon
 For all who work with yarn.

August 17, 2015

Did you miss Thursday's Program?

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 Seed Saving Session Repeat - Fri., Aug. 21 - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
If you wanted to come to Thursday's program but got rained out,
then come tomorrow. Drop in anytime during the three hours.
There will be a display about the seed lending library that the library
 is starting, handouts on how to save seeds as well as growing 
produce and flowers. A local gardener who practices
 natural farming will be on hand to answer questions about saving seeds,
 how to grow in small areas, etc. This is a free program.
 Learn how to make newspaper seedling pots.

Book Signing with Mike Filippello
Sat., Aug. 22 - 10 am
Mike Filippello, originally from Lyons, started writing
 and illustrating his own line of picture books in 1992. 
He will be selling and signing "A Polka Dotted
Pine Tree in Pipladunka."

August 11, 2015

Awards Ceremony and Beginning Genealogy Workshop

Awards Ceremony
Sat., Aug. 15 - 9:30 a.m.
The ceremony is intended for children, teens and adults.
 Everyone attending will receive a certificate, book 
and at least one prize with the chance to win 
more prizes for those in attendance. 
There will be a grand prize drawing for the teens and adults. 
Refreshments will be served after the ceremony. 
For those who are unable to attend, prize packets 
can be picked up through the end of August.

Beginning Genealogy Workshop
Sat. Aug. 15 - 1 pm - 3 pm
Librarian and genealogist Louise Furber
 will conduct a two-hour Beginning Genealogy workshop. 
Participants will learn how to begin their family story,
 how to follow the clues, locate resources & websites 
and preserve their story for generations to come.
 Registration is required and limited to 20. 
To register, please call the Library at 315-946-9262 
or email

August 3, 2015

Last Week of Every Hero Has a Story Reading Club Programs

Children's Programs
Thank You USA!Mon., Aug. 3-1 pm
Hear stories about soldiers
& make thank you gifts.
Wildlife Defenders Tues., Aug. 4-4:30 pm
Learn about live native &
exotic animal species.
Villains Wed., Aug. 5-1 pm
Hear stories, do activities
and crafts about villains.
Olympian Heroes Thur., Aug. 6-1 pm
Learn about some Olympic heroes
& play some Olympic games.
Community HeroesFri., Aug. 7-1 pm
Everyday heroes exist in our community. 
Learn about them and make some treats to
give them.

Teen & Adult Programs
Jigsaw Puzzle SwapMon., Aug. 3-3 pm
Bring a puzzle or two to  swap or 
just pick up some new ones.
Movie NightTues., Aug. 4-6:30 pm
Watch a hero movie & enjoy some refreshments.
Superhero 101 Cartooning
(Sponsored by Lyons Veterinary Clinic)
Thurs., Aug. 6-6:30 pm
Class will teach basic drawing
and cartooning skills with the
focus on superheroes.