Holiday Hours for December 22, 2017 – January 1, 2018

December 18th, 2017 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, Kids, Teens · No Comments ·

booktreeSomeone’s gluing sparkly lights onto the Big Ball in Times Square and Santa Claus is gassing up his sleigh, so that means the Irondequoit Public Library will have limited hours over the next two weeks:

  • Friday, December 22: CLOSED
  • Saturday, December 23: CLOSED
  • Sunday, December 24: CLOSED
  • Monday, December 25: CLOSED
  • Tuesday, December 26: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday, December 27: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Thursday, December 28: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Friday, December 29: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Saturday, December 30: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Sunday, December 31: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
  • Monday, January 1: CLOSED

Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, January 2. Happy Holidays!

The Town of Irondequoit’s Community Center Survey is Now Available

December 18th, 2017 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, Kids, Teens · 1 Comment ·

The Town of Irondequoit values your input. A Community Center is being considered by the Town that will occupy approximately 50,000 square feet of space on two levels of the former Irondequoit Mall. Standard uses at the center would include multi-purpose room(s), a community room, locker rooms and offices.

An Advisory Committee consisting of Town residents and Town staff would like public input on the proposed additional uses listed below. Please select your first, second and third priorities for the potential uses. Feel free to specify and rank additional uses using the “other” category. You may also provide general comments on the overall project.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE COMMUNITY CENTER SURVEY

Thank you for your participation!

Santa Claus is Coming to the Library on 12/16/17

December 12th, 2017 by IPL Webmaster in Kids · No Comments ·

Visit With Santa!
Saturday, December 16 (1:00 PM – 3:00 PM)

Families are welcome to drop-in to the Children’s Library anytime between 1:00 and 3:00 for Christmas fun, including a storytime, crafts, and visiting with Santa himself! Sponsored by the Friends of the Irondequoit Library.

Irondequoit Library Holiday Gift Baskets Now On Sale

December 9th, 2017 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, Kids, Teens · No Comments ·

Are you looking for a great gift for your library-loving friends and family? How about an Irondequoit Library Holiday Gift Basket?

Each Basket is priced at $14.80 (sales tax included) and includes:

  • IPL Tote Bag
  • IPL Pen
  • IPL Mug
  • $5.00 Bookstore Voucher
  • 10 Free Holds

Holiday Gift Baskets are now on sale at the 1st Floor Circulation Desk from now until December 31, 2017.

Join Us for a Holiday Concert by the ROC City Ringers this Saturday (12/9/17)

December 6th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Kids, Programs, Teens · No Comments ·

The ROC City Ringers will return to the Irondequoit Public Library for a holiday concert featuring classical, contemporary, and sacred music on Saturday, December 9, at 2:00 PM. Don’t miss it!

A Holiday Concert by the ROC City Ringers
Saturday, December 9, at 2:00 PM

The ROC City Ringers are a community handbell ensemble who perform a wide range of classical, contemporary, and sacred music.

Program Alert: A Woman Presidential Candidate… In 1884 (12/6/17)

December 4th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · No Comments ·

Learn about the early day of the women’s suffrage movement in an upcoming lecture by Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner.

“A Woman Presidential Candidate… In 1884” focuses on Belva Lockwood, the first female candidate for President. You don’t need to register, and everyone is invited to attend the program, which will be held on Wednesday, December 6, at 7:00 PM:

A Woman Presidential Candidate… In 1884
Wednesday, December 6, at 7:00 PM

Disgruntled feminists formed the Equal Rights Party in 1884 when both the Republicans and Democrats continually ignored women’s concerns. Presidential candidate Belva Lockwood declared that, “It is quite time that we had our own party; our own platform, and our own nominees,” even if they couldn’t vote for them. As we celebrate the New York centennial of women’s suffrage in 2017, Lockwood provides a lens through which to explore the ongoing creation of democracy in our country. This program is made possible through the support of the New York Council for the Humanities’ Public Scholars program.