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Color Henrietta Green Kick-Off

Color Henrietta Green is an offshoot of Color Your Community Green. We will show a webinar that shares the vision, process, and resources for launching and running CYCG in our town. The webinar will also highlight current CYCG initiatives and impressive accomplishments in municipalities such as Penfield and Fairport. By working together at the community level, important sustainability initiatives can be implemented, and people can feel that…

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R-H Kicking Hunger School Food Pantry Now Open!

The Rush-Henrietta Kicking Hunger School Food Pantry provides dry foods, personal care items, and school supplies for residents of the Rush-Henrietta School District. Located in the Good Shepherd building at 3288 East Henrietta Road, the pantry is available for contact-free pick-up of needed items from 9:45am-11:15am each Tuesday and from 4:30pm-6pm on Thursdays. First-time visitors…

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Jen and Cathy's Excellent Spring/Summer Book Preview!

Meet with our Adult Services Librarians, Jen and Cathy, on March 11, and learn about the most anticipated books to be released in spring and summer! They'll cover all genres and include the hottest picks and new authors you may not be aware of. Register early and get ready to add titles to your "to be read"…

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Sign Up to Learn About Literary Classics You Might Love

If you’re looking to up your reading game or love talking about classic books, register for Classic Books We Love on Tuesday, March 16 at 7pm. Library staff will talk about some of their favorite classics, and then we’ll open the floor to hear about everyone else’s. This discussion will happen on Zoom, and if you need…

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Sign Up for Our Book Recommendation Newsletter

This week, we’re launching a new email newsletter, Books We Love, that will feature book reviews and recommendations from staff members and library friends. If you’re looking to broaden your reading horizons and find some under-the-radar gems, this is the newsletter for you. Sign up here

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Studying and Working at the Library

We know a lot of you are looking for places to quietly study and work, and so we are pleased to be offering socially-distanced options for that on a first-come-first-served basis with some guidelines to ensure the safety of library workers and visitors. At this time, we are only able to offer study and work space to individuals—not pairs or…

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Meet Hillary McShea: Our New Principal Library Clerk

Our new Principal Library Clerk, Hillary McShea, comes to us with eight years of experience working in libraries, primarily at the Pittsford Community Library, where she was the Circulation Supervisor for a time and also assisted in the teen and children’s departments. Hillary says, “I love sharing ideas with others and figuring out how we can use the tools at…

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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 February 26 and she will help you walk through the issues you might be having. Due to the nature of this program, you may…

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