March 6th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on Program Alert: Adult Games in the Afternoon (3/8/17) ·
Would you like to play a game? If so, you should join us for “Adult Games in the Afternoon,” which will be held on Wednesday, March 8, from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. We’ll have a bunch of games available, but you can always bring your own!
Adult Games in the Afternoon
Wednesday, March 8, from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Join us for an afternoon of board games and tabletop games. Enjoy one of the games from the library (Cranium, Yahtzee, Apples to Apples, Monopoly, Battleship, Uno, and Clue) or bring your own. This program is intended for adults.
February 25th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on Program Alert: Introduction to Twitter (2/28/17) ·
Twitter is a communication tool that allows users to share messages (known as “Tweets”) that are limited to just 140 characters. But if you’ve ever wanted to join this fast-paced conversation, we’ve got a program for you. Local computer expert Arthur Catalanello will host “Introduction to Twitter” on Tuesday, February 28, and introduce attendees to the website, as well as reveal some tips and tricks to become a better Twitterer.
Registration is required, but you can sign up now using our Online Calendar, or you can give us a call at 336-6060.
Introduction to Twitter
Tuesday, February 28, at 7:00 PM
Twitter is an information network made up of 140 character messages called Tweets. It is an easy way to discover the latest news related to subjects you care about. This workshop offers information on how to set up an account, how to navigate Twitter, a glossary of Twitter terms, along with best practice tips and tricks. Registration is required.
February 13th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on Join Us for a Concert by the Striking Strings Hammered Dulcimer Ensemble on 2/16/17 ·
The Striking Strings Hammered Dulcimer Ensemble will perform a concert at the Irondequoit Public Library on Thursday, February 16, at 7:00 PM. We hope you can join us, and I promise the concert will be a hoot!
A Concert by the Striking Strings Hammered Dulcimer Ensemble
Thursday, February 16, at 7:00 PM
Under the direction of Mitzie Collins and Linda Taggart, a dozen musicians will perform folk tunes and songs from Ireland, Scotland, and Western New York on hammered dulcimer, fiddle, bass, penny whistle, flute, and accordion.
February 9th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on Program Canceled: Living with Bipolar Disorder (2/9/17) ·
Due to circumstances beyond our control, tonight’s “Living with Bipolar Disorder with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention” program has been canceled.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
February 8th, 2017 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on The Contemporary Book Discussion Group Will Be Reading “Three Selections by Ron Rash” in March 2017 ·
Heads up to all Contemporary Book Discussion Group members! Instead of A Man Called Ove, the Group will read three selections by Ron Rash (After the Waterfall, The Cove, and/or Serena) for next month’s meeting.
A Man Called Ove has been moved to December.
Please visit our 2017 Book Discussion Group Schedule to catch up with any other changes.
January 25th, 2017 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on The Enchanted is 2017’s “If All of Rochester Reads the Same Book” Selection ·
2017’s “If All of Rochester Reads the Same Book” Selection is The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld. In addition to book discussions and events going on around the county this Winter/Spring, the author will make multiple appearances at local libraries, colleges, and senior centers throughout Rochester from March 29-31.
The Enchanted explores an unexpected enchanted world: a death row in an ancient stone prison. Through the eyes of an inmate who finds escape in books and in re-imagining the life around him is woven a fantastical tale of the people he observes and the world he inhabits. Fearful and reclusive, he senses what others cannot. Into his world come characters including a fallen priest and a death row investigator, who in her efforts to save inmates from execution, uncovers wrenching truths that challenge familiar notions of victim and criminal, innocence and guilt, honesty and corruption—ultimately revealing shocking secrets of her own.
Copies of The Enchanted are available to borrow from the Irondequoit Library. Give us a call to reserve one or search the online catalog now.
“If All of Rochester Reads the Same Book” is organized by Writers & Books. A Reader’s Guide for The Enchanted and a Calendar of Events related to the event can be found at their website.