Need help preparing or filing your income tax returns? A representative of the New York State Tax Department will be available at the library on Saturday, March 29 from 12-4 pm and Monday, March 31 from 5-9 pm to provide free help with your New York State AND federal tax returns! You'll need to register for a one-hour appointment to…
Anne Hicks, our children's librarian, recently reviewed some great apps for kids for Rochester Kids Out and About. We're sharing her recommendations of fun children's apps that encourage reading. Read her article at http://rochester.kidsoutandabout.com/content/top-quality-apps-young-children-childrens-librarian and get some very helpful guidance.
The library will be closed today, Wednesday, March 12, due to the snowstorm.
Preschool Storytime and Books & Bites Teen Book Discussion are canceled today.
We know that many of you, like us, are following the news about the potential of a casino being built here in Henrietta. With an issue this controversial, there are a lot of emotions involved and unbiased information is hard to find. We thought it might be helpful to collect some of the available information on this issue together in…
Are you feeling that a little one-on-one instruction would help you make better use of the internet or your computer, e-reader or portable device? Our very patient and knowledgeable staff would like to help you get the most out of technology!
Individual free sessions with library staff are available for those who want help learning to use a computer, the…
Did you know that on this day, 2/28/1962, the winners of 25 Cherry Trees and one lucky winner of a $50 bond were listed in the Henrietta Weekly Journal? They had been part of the Suburban Plaza's Grand Drawing which was held in celebration of George Washington's Birthday.
See the actual front page from 1964 below:
Richard Kron, local artist, is exhibiting some of his smaller wood carvings this March in the library display case. Accompanying his art are photos taken in his studio showing his creative process. Several of his wood carving tools will also be on display. Check it out - you may be inspired to explore a new hobby!
On February 21, 1962 the newest addition to Westover Farms opened. The Home Bakery department made it a complete Food Center in addition to being a working dairy. The farm is owned by Mr. Louis Levine.
You are invited to attend this special event on Thursday, February 20 from 7-8:30 pm. Lisa Wemett and Terry Mulee guide us as we explore our 49th state via a round trip cruise from Seattle, Washington. The forested islands along the Inside Passage give way to the raw beauty of the Hubbard Glacier and Tracy Arm. Discover the Native Tlingit…
We're so excited to have the Birch Crescent Duo performing here Thursday, February 6! Violist Sterling Tyler and percussionist Colin Deay will perform newly written and commissioned works including music from current students at the Eastman School of Music. This concert is free. Please register.