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Ajna Indian Dance Lessons for All Ages!

Join the teaching artists of Ajna Dance Company for a virtual cardio dance class on Thursday, October 21 from 6:30-7:30pm. This high-energy class is a full-body workout and a ton of fun! The class is set to the beat of catchy songs from Hindi films and includes a warm-up and yoga cool-down. The fitness classes can be catered to all ages, abilities,…

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Fall Fun with Friends & Family!

Come join Library Staff for a morning of Fall Fun on Saturday, October 23 from 10-11am! We will have a mini storytime, book swap, pumpkins to decorate, and snacks for everyone! Please register each person attending individually. If participating in the Book Swap, no more than 5 books per person, please.

This will be held outdoors at Stevens Pavilion in Veteran's Memorial Park, located…

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True Crime Book Club: The Road to Jonestown: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple

Did you love Mindhunter on Netflix? Were you fascinated by The Bundy Tapes? Do you obsess over true crime stories and podcasts? Join other true crime fanatics as we meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month to discuss a different book. On October 26, from 7-8pm, join the discussion of The Road to Jonestown by Jeff Guinn and see how the…

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Trick-or-Treat: A History of Halloween

It is said the veil between the living and dead is growing and that spirits freely roam the earth one day each year: Halloween. How did these ancient beliefs develop into modern customs of trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, and wearing costumes? In this class on Monday, October 18 at 7pm, Maya Rook of Illusory Time and the History Happy Hour…

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Ajna Indian Dance Lessons for All Ages!

Join the teaching artists of Ajna Dance Company for their Dances of India assembly to learn about Indian culture through dance and music in this three-week series on October 7, 14, and 21. You can try one class or sign up for them all! You will learn about and get to try different styles of dance that come from the…

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A Bewitching Evening: CACKLE Book Release Party with Rachel Harrison

October is upon us – and you know what that means! It’s time to get spooky – and what’s a better way than with a bewitching celebration for a horror author’s newest book? Join us on Friday, October 15 at 6pm to celebrate the release of Rochester-resident Rachel Harrison’s newest release: Cackle, a darkly funny and frightening novel about a…

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Used Book Sale on October 9!

Get a great deal at the Friends and Foundation of Henrietta Public Library Used Book Sale! The sale is open from 10am-4:30pm on Saturday, October 9 in the library's Community Room. Please remember that masks are required while in the library. The Friends and Foundation is a non-profit group dedicated to helping the library fund special projects and promote reading…

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