TITANIC PROGRAM TO BE HELD AUGUST 3

     Anyone interested in what it was like to travel on the ill-fated ocean liner, Titanic, will not want to miss this program presented by D. Herbert Sipp. What did passengers in first, second and third class dine on? What stories have been told about the ship's last minutes? Was the Carpathia really the nearest ship to the foundering vessel? Dr. Sipp will be able to give insights into many aspects of this piece of history. You will be able to view many different pieces from his research on the topic and ask questions about the ship, passengers and crew.

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM AUGUST 11

     No one likes to think that they may have to make serious decisions in the face of an emergency, but it is better to have important information prior to that happening. Ellen Earley will be at the library on Thursday, August 11, at 6:30, to give participants a thorough plan for facing possible natural and man-made disasters. This would be a very beneficial program for family members to attend to give loved ones a feeling of security should disaster strike.

SPORTSMEN WILL WANT TO HEAR THIS!

     On Tuesday, June 28, the library is pleased to welcome Rob Goffredo as a presenter. Rob will be speaking on the pleasures of fishing in the central New York area and Bass fishing in particular. The program will begin at 6 pm. This will take place when much interest will be on the BassMasters Tournament so put this date on your calendar so you won't miss it.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM

     Attention parents of K-12 students! On Monday, June 27, there will be an informational meeting regarding the Summer Reading Program the library will be sponsoring this summer. The session will begin at 6:30 and this is an opportunity to sign children up for participation. The program will run during July and August. If your child does not have a library card, you are encouraged to stop in the library to get one prior to the beginning of the program. This is an excellent way to keep your child reading over the summer so their skills will not be lost.

WEEKLY PRESCHOOL STORY HOUR

     Each Wednesday morning the library offers a Preschool Story Hour from 10-11. This is an excellent opportunity for children to be exposed to early literacy skills and be introduced to library etiquette. Each session includes coloring, stories, a craft, a snack and time for interactive play. June themes will center around ocean animals. It is sure to be  a lot of fun.

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