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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 Friday, July 30 from 10am-12pm and she will help you walk through the issues you might be having.

Tech Time with Laura will meet online…

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Fourth of July Weekend Closing

The library will be closed for the 4th of July weekend from Saturday, July 3 - Monday, July 5. We're looking forward to picnics, fireworks, and more time for reading, of course, and hope you have lots of fun things planned for the weekend, too!

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Expand Your Reading World with Our Summer Reading Challenge!

Now that we are officially in summer and we have nothing but free time to read, we are inviting you to check out our Reading Challenges! We know it's easy to get in a rut and essentially read the same stories by the same authors, so we've created five challenges for you: Mystery/Thriller; Historical Fiction; Non-Fiction; Science-Fiction/Fantasy; and Fiction. Each…

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Book Our Community Room for Your Small Group

We're pleased to let you know that our Community Room is once again available for booking. The Community Room is available to non-profit organizations, community-based groups, and individuals. At this time, we can accommodate ten people per gathering, so if your comic book club, amateur radio association, health support group, scout leaders’ team, writing group, etc. is looking for a…

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Let's Talk About Books that Shocked Us

Join us on July 7  as we talk about books that made our eyes go wide with surprise. We'll start with booktalks from library staff, and then we'll open the discussion to hear about books that made you really sit up and pay attention.

This event will meet online using Zoom. Some basic knowledge of how to use Zoom is required, such as how…

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Donate Blood at Henrietta Rec Center

You have the opportunity to help change the lives of patients in need at a Red Cross blood drive in memory of Robert L. Barley, father of Henrietta Councilman Robert Barley, on Saturday, June 26 from 9am-2pm. The blood drive will be held at the Henrietta Rec Center at 605 Calkins Road. At this time, there is a severe shortage…

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Discover the Ease of an E-Reader!

If you've ever run out of books to read, it's probably been at a very inconvenient time, like when the library is closed. If you have a computer, tablet, cell phone, or other digital device like a Kindle, you can borrow books even when the library is closed using Overdrive and Libby! If you learn best when someone shows you…

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