Join for this virtual writing group on Zoom with writing instructor Sabra Badratti. Participants can write and share memoirs, poetry, or original stories with a supportive learning community of fellow writers. This program is best for adults. Workshops are held every second and fourth Saturday of the month. Space is limited! Registration is required for the program. Click here to register to receive the Zoom link for the program. If you have any questions please contact Brandy Finocchario at (585) 243-0440. Thank you.
Join staff member Brandy Finocchario at this workshop to make this beautiful yard ornament out of gems and sytrofoam! Space is limited. This program is best suited for adults. Click here to register for the program.
We have a fun-filled summer ahead with lots of exciting books to read and special library events. Registration for special library events is OPEN now! Please click here to view the Summer Reading brochure. Please call (585) 243-0440 to register for events. Registration for the Summer Reading program and reading competition will begin Monday, June 28. You may register in person at the library or online at https://tinyurl.com/pd78cskc Happy Reading!
Did you know you can borrow an Empire Pass from the library? The Empire Pass provides unlimited day-use vehicle entry to most facilities operated by New York State Parks and the State Dept. of Environmental Conservation. Call the library at (585) 243-0440 or click here for more information.
Check out the newly installed Little Free Pantry! It’s located outside of the library’s Second Street entrance. Anyone can donate and/or take what they need. Pass the word! The pantry is privately operated, any questions may be directed to: geneseoLFP@gmail.com.
Join local author Michael Keene live on YouTube Premier, Thursday, April 1 at 11 am as he discusses the history of the Erie Canal. There will be a Q & A session after the program. Registration is required to receive the link to watch the event. Go to michaeltkeene.com/registration.
Join David Whitcomb for a talk on his incredible find of photos and the equipment appearing to belong to James Ellery Hale, a successful portrait photographer who in the 1880s moved to Seneca Falls, N.Y., where the first women’s rights convention was held in 1848. Mr. Whitcomb, a local lawyer who had bought the Geneva, NY building to expand his practice, pushed an access panel out of the way and poked his head inside. He saw an attic with a vaulted ceiling and crawled in, thinking he might find a few items to sell at a flea market. What he discovered transported him back more than a century to an era when suffragists were campaigning for women’s rights and photography portrait studios had started to crop up in American cities.
The information you need to participate will be sent to you 1-3 days prior to the event date (March 24, 2021)REGISTER: http://bit.ly/3brPRYP
Click here to participate a fun and educational virtual tour of the new children’s room.
Wadsworth Library is the proud recipient of a 2021 Livingston County Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Business Award in the Commitment to Education category!
Join us for the next virtual adult craft. Get creative and design a colorful tie dye scarf with sharpies. Space is limited. Please fill out the Google form below by Friday, March 12 to register for the program. Crafts kits will be available for pick up at the library the week of March 22-26. A link to a tutorial video will be provided at a later date.