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Bilingual Storytime Opens the Door to Other Cultures!

Did you know that young children are the ideal age to learn a second language since they're already learning their primary language? Make the most of this and bring your little ones, ages newborn-3 years old, to a Mandarin/English bilingual storytime brought to us by ChildROC, a non-profit group promoting early childhood learning and discovery. While giving your…

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Town Supervisor Debate on October 15

Adam Chodak of News 8 will moderate a debate between Henrietta Town Supervisor candidates Steve Schultz and Ken Breese at 7:30pm on Tuesday, October 15 in the library's community room. The debate will be followed by introductions to each of the candidates for Town Board followed by a meet and greet where refreshments will be served. ASL interpretation and a hearing…

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Get Help Choosing Healthcare

Do you need help choosing healthcare? Healthcare navigators provided by LawNY are available at the library to help you! Visit our online calendar to schedule a one-hour appointment to sign up for the plan that's right for you on Thursday, October 10 and Friday, October 25. Appointments are offered from 12-1 pm, 1-2 pm, 2-3 pm, and 3-4 pm. Please bring photo…

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Medicare Doesn't Have to Be Confusing

If you're looking for someone to simplify the Medicare federal insurance program for you, plan to join us for a practical class at 7pm Thursday, October 3. Patrick Kelly, Senior Wealth Strategy Associate at UBS, is providing an educational overview of Medicare and its complexities. He'll also explain Medigap coverage and give helpful information about long-term care expenses and insurance…

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Where Will You Be on September 24?

It's not a presidential year, but it is the midterms, where the House, the Senate, and governor races all over the country are decided by voters! Voting is one way we express ourselves as a community, as voters, and as Americans, but to exercise this basic right, we must be registered to vote. That's why Henrietta Public Library is a…

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Get a Head Start on Getting Ready for College

Discover strategies to help your college-bound student do everything from navigating the college search to controlling the cost of getting a college education. Attend helpful college planning events at the library on Saturdays, September 14 and 21. College 101 focuses on planning, preparing, and paying for college and College 102 takes a more in-depth financial look at the college journey. Please visit…

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Get More From Your Device

Are you having trouble with your electronics or do you want to try something new? Our tech tutors at the library are available to help! We can help with everything from using a computer for the first time, to navigating Facebook, to setting up an e-mail or helping you get pictures from your phone onto your computer! To schedule an…

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Two Classes Help You Take Care of Your Body

Do you seem to have more aches and pains than you used to have? Sometimes simple adjustments to the way you're moving or working are just what you need, so plan to attend one or both of the upcoming classes focused on showing you how to connect with your body to improve your health in general, and your back in…

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