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Study Rooms Now Available for Booking

Our study rooms are now available for public use! Current guidelines: · 1-2 people may use a study room for up to 2 hours each day. · Everyone must remain masked the entire time they’re in the library. · The study room doors must remain open. · Sanitizing wipes are available to clean the table before use. Make your reservation using our Read Article

Discover How Good Soil Creates Great Gardens

A great garden starts with great soil, but how do you make your soil great? One way to maintain the good health and high nutrient content of your soil is by adding compost. Compost is more than recycling garden waste or kitchen scraps - it's a way of creating a healthy environment for all organisms. Participants in this virtual gardening class…

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Test Drive Zoom with Helpful Library Staff

Are you intimidated by Zoom? Well, here's your chance to test-drive the video conferencing platform in a small-group setting under the guidance of an HPL staff member. Those who enroll will learn how to both actively participate in a Zoom meeting and host one of their own. We're going to press all of the buttons and have a good time. Join us…

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Comics and Graphic Novels We Love

Join us for a discussion of the comics and graphic novels we love the best on Tuesday, May 4, at 7pm. We'll start with booktalks from library staff (and a surprise guest), and then we'll open the discussion to hear about all of your favorites. Please register.


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Help Sen. Gallivan Recognize Deserving Individuals

Our community is graced with many selfless community members. To acknowledge these deserving individuals, Senator Gallivan's office is seeking recipients from Henrietta, Wheatland, and northern Livingston County for two awards: the Woman of Distinction award, given to a woman who gives of herself to enrich her community; and the Veterans' Hall of Fame award, given to a veteran who gives of…

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Tech Time with Laura

We may not have in person Tech Tutors at this time, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t here to help with your specific technology questions. Virtually stop by Tech Time with Technology Library Assistant Laura on April 30, and she will help you walk though the issues you might be having. Due to the nature of this program, you may…

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Unlock Classical Music with Herb Smith, RPO Guest Conductor and 3rd Trumpet

Popular music changes with the times. Once, Beethoven, Verdi, Mozart, Stravinsky, and other classical composers created the popular music of the day. Not so much now. However, the same skills we use to listen to today's pop music can be carried over into classical music of yesteryear. Join Herb Smith, guest conductor and 3rd trumpet of RPO, as he helps you…

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Zoom Singalong with Mama Goose on the Loose!

Join us for a fun, live singalong with Mama Goose on the Loose! She will sing all your favorite songs, accompanied by her trusty musical instruments! Join us for a half hour of fun in a live Zoom meeting on Thursday, April 15, from 10-10:30am. Geared to kids ages 0-5. Please register with a valid email address because we…

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