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.   Visit us on September 4 at 10am for our next Sensory Play!

 

CANCELLED:  Due to unforeseen circumstances, this program has been cancelled!  If you would be interested in having us reschedule, please let us know!Join us for a presentation on “Saving for College” with Jon Smith on Wednesday, Sept 11 at 7pm.  The talk will take place in our Lawson Community Room.  Please RSVP if you plan to attend.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Norman Dann, PhD will talk about his new book, “God, Gerrit and Guildance:  the Life of Ann Carroll Fitzhugh Smith” at the first Canalside Talk at the Library on Thursday, September 12 at 7pm.  

 

 

On Monday, Sept 16 at 7pm, join Chris Dean from Cable Conversion for a discussion about cord-cutting.  Dean will talk about the benefits and misconceptions of cord-cutting while encouraging folks to use legal and fully-licensed options for alternative programming.

 

 

Tuesday, Sept 17, Kristin Welch of the Madison County Department of Social Waste will talk about the do’s and don’ts of recycling. Welch, will talk about the recycling industry today and detail what should or should not go into your recycling bins. This timely program will discuss all the county’s new guidelines.

 

 

Learn about CNY Hemp Processing, Inc                                Their Start, Their Products, Their Journey                         Monday, Sept 23 at 7pm

 

 

 

 

 

The Canastota Library Ukulele Extraordinary Strummers (CLUES) are meeting and learning on Saturdays at the library.  Sessions will be held Sept 7, 14, 21 and 28.  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.

 

 

 

Tuesday, Sept 24, at 7pm, NBT Bank will be providing a Financial Literacy Workshop at the Library.    The topic will be “Credit Reports and Protecting Your Identity”  Please RSVP if you plan to attend.