Canastota Library Happenings!

On the first Wednesday of every month, Miss Angela offers a Baby Sensory Play Time at the Library.  The fun starts at 10am as babies and their caregivers can visit over 20 play stations. Babies learn hands on and sensory play activities let them explore on their own and learn about the world around them.   



The Canastota Library Ukulele Extraordinary Strummers (CLUES) are meeting and learning on Saturdays at the library.  Sessions will be held on November 9 and 23.  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.



Kids, ages 5 – 12 can sign up for the Kids Holiday Gift Shop Reading Program on November 11.  Kids earn points for reading their favorite books and then use those points to select holiday gifts for friends and families.  Stop in after November 11 for all the information!




On November 13 at 5:30pm, area children and their favorite stuffed animal are invited to attend our special Pajama Storytime!  Come in our PJs and listen to some fun stories.  Stuffed animals can then spend the night at the library.  We will update everyone on the fun they are having at the library through our Facebook page.  RSVP as space is limited for this fun program.



SOLD OUT!  SOLD OUT!  SOLD OUT!                    On Saturday, November 16 at noon, plan to attend our 7th Annual Doll and Tea Party.  The cost is $5 per person and children must be accompanied by an adult.  Reservations and payments are due prior to the event.  Space is limited.  This program is recommended for youth, ages 5 – 12. 



The Brave, an anthology by members of the military and their friends/families will premier at the library on Monday, November 18 at 6pm in the Lawson Room.  Some of the authors will be present and read from their works.  Proceeds for the book will benefit Semper K9, a non-profit agency that provides trained service dogs to wounded veterans at no cost.  The book is published by Clare Songbird Publishing House.