Canastota Library Happenings!

“Through Our Eyes” is a juried photography exhibit by students from Madison Cortland ARC.  The photos were selected by Art Students at Morrisville State College.  We hope the community will stop by to see these wonderful photos!

 

 

 

 

Technical help is available at participating libraries in Madison County with Tech Connect. Get help with tech gadgets or learn to download e-books and so much more!  Amanda McCallops, our Tech Trainer, is at Canastota on Mondays from 1 – 4pm and at other libraries Tuesday-Thursday.  For an appointment, email her at madisontechconnect@midyork.org 

 

 

Learn to Knit at the Library!  Please join us either at our Thursday Evening Knitting Group (6pm) or our Friday Morning Knitters (10am) in the Lawson Community Room.  All supplies will be provided for you to knit a scarf!  We’ll even offer help every for every stitch.  All you need to bring is a desire to learn.  

 

 

Tammy Seagriff will offer a 4-Part Workshop entitled, “Animals, Connection and Community” here on Tuesdays Jan 21, 28 and Feb 4 and 11 beginning at 6:30pm.  With animals as the central theme, we will navigate through a series of experiential exercises including guided relaxation/visualization, deep breathing and more.  Please contact the library to reserve your space!  

 

 

The Canastota Library Ukulele Extraordinary Strummers (CLUES) are meeting and learning on Saturdays at the library.  Sessions will be held on Saturdays.  At 1pm, beginners classes are held.  At 2pm, the Clues Club meets to play fun songs and add new songs to their collection.  Instructor Deb Guarneri coordinates these groups.