Recent News

Recycle Unwanted Electronics

On Saturday, November 18, Sunnking Electronics Recycling will be accepting computers, TV sets, electronics, and small appliances at a free drop-off event at the Rush-Henrietta High School from 9am-12pm. Visit Sunnking.com for a full list of acceptable items. There is a limit of 4 tube TV/monitors per vehicle and Sunnking cannot accept TVs with broken glass, batteries,…

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Enjoy a Dazzling Display of Quilts

Our November display is presented by the Henrietta Quilt Club. Yet again, they are dazzling us with their creativity and awesome craft work. Save some time to stop by the display case and admire the variety of quilted projects! You may be inspired to learn a new craft.

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The Town of Henrietta Votes to Build a New Library!

On November 7, voters in Henrietta passed a proposition to build a two-floor, 36,000 square foot library designed to meet the community’s demand for more quiet space to read and study, more programs for children and teens, and more books for people of all ages for generations to come. The Town of Henrietta and the Henrietta Public Library thank all…

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Green Initiatives in the Proposed New Library

We've had a lot of questions about green initiatives in the proposed new library, and we're pleased to report there are quite a number of them. After ground testing and a cost/benefit analysis, it has been determined that a geothermal heating and cooling system will be a good long-term choice for the town, providing savings in both energy consumption and…

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New Library Building Proposition Information Meeting on October 26

This Election Day, Tuesday, November 7, residents will have the opportunity to vote on a referendum to build a new library to serve the needs of Henrietta for generations to come. Learn more about the library building proposition at an information meeting in the library's community room from 7-8:30pm Thursday, October 26. If you'd like to see a ballot before Election Day,…

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