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Between Our Pages

 

Come check out the collection of bookmarkers we have found between our pages at the Henrietta circulation desk! The collection is varied and colorful. We have bookmarkers from a private collection, items of beauty and items of humor, and an assortment of odd findings. There is even a short history of bookmarkers included.

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Program Cancellation

Music and Movement for Preschoolers scheduled for Monday, January 6 from 10:15-10:45 am has been canceled. We apologize for the disappointment and inconvenience. The next session will be held on February 3 at the same time. We hope you'll join us next month!

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Fun Times for the Family During the Holiday Break

We thought you might be looking for ways to have some family fun this week and have planned several activities for you to participate in!

On Monday afternoon, teens will watch a popular animated movie about monsters from 2-4 pm!

The whole family is invited to play Bingo on Tuesday from 11 am-12 pm and you can bring the teens back for…

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Maximize your Social Security benefits!

Jason Alexander, CRPC, CIMA will be here Thursday, January 9 to answer your questions about Social Security benefits. With his vast knowledge, he'll share some tricks you should know to maximize your benefits. Please register at http://bit.ly/1bxdQMz

 

                                                                                    

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New Totebags!

We have some new canvas totebags for you to take your materials home in! The totebags have barcode tags and get checked out and returned like books and other materials. Just ask for a totebag at the circulation desk and take your books home in style!

 

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Nativities from Around the World

Judi Cermak started collecting cows at garage sales because she liked cows. Throughout the years, she has collected many different things. Eventually, she expanded to collecting nativity sets during her travels to other states and countries. Judi's friends and family began giving her nativities. She now has over twenty-five sets.

Judi taught art in East Bloomfield Elementary School for over thirty…

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Healthcare Navigators here to assist you!

Come to the library on Monday, December 16, 2013 from noon-4 pm or February 24, 2014 from noon-3 pm to meet with a healthcare navigator. Healthcare navigators are unbiased and trained to help you look for health coverage options through the Marketplace. The navigator’s service is free. Bring ID and last year’s tax return. No appointments will be taken. First…

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2014 Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Calendars

Enjoy beautiful images of the Erie Canalway all year long with a 2014 Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor calendar! The photographs in the calendar were taken by the winners of the 2013 photo contest and highlight the scenery, history, culture, and natural resources of the Erie Canalway. Help yourself to one of the calendars displayed on the circulation desk near…

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Thanksgiving Hours

Like many of you, we're busy getting ready for the holidays next week. (For instance, have you been following the Thanksgiving recipes they've been posting at the NY Times? YUM.) For those of you planning ahead, our modified hours:

Wednesday, November 27: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (closing early)Thursday, November 28: ClosedFriday, November 29: ClosedSaturday, November 30: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (normal hours)Be…

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New iPad in the Children's Area

The children’s area has a new iPad for parents and kids to use together when they visit the library. Children’s librarian Anne Hicks says, “An iPad can be a great early literacy tool and a catalyst for child and caregiver engagement. This will be a wonderful opportunity for kids and their caregivers to play with and learn from an…

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