Have you ever wanted to tour the wine trails of the Finger Lakes? Become an expert before your first trip by attending our Wine Touring in the Finger Lakes program. Don Nelson-Nasca and Diane Wolcott will offer tips on what wineries to visit, along with savings, shopping, dining, special events, and overnight accommodations. Registration is requested, please call the library at 336-6060 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Wine Touring in the Finger Lakes
Thursday, October 1 at 7:00 PM
Don Nelson-Nasca and Diane Wolcott guide you through five wine trails in the Finger Lakes region. The Keuka, Seneca, or Cayuga Lake trails boast over 128 wineries that will satisfy any taste bud. The Canandaigua and Lake Ontario Trails are closer to Rochester but more spread out. Find out how to visit various wineries and discover tips for savings, shopping, dining, special events, and overnight accommodations. Featured local wines will be highlighted. (Please note that no wine will be available during the program).
Can you believe its been more than a week since our big Grand Opening Celebration? If you weren’t able to join us, we’ve got a bunch of pictures available on our Facebook page.
We also recently had a visit from authors Eoin Colfer and Jonathan Stroud as part of the 2015 Greater Rochester Teen Read. Pictures from that event can also be found on our Facebook page.
Are you eagerly awaiting the return of StoryTime? Well, good news, our Fall StoryTime Season will begin on Monday, September 28 and run through Thursday, November 19. Here’s the complete schedule:
Mondays at 10:30 AM
Thursdays at 10:30 AM
Ages 0-23 months. Enjoy the company of other babies and caregivers while supporting your baby’s literacy through stories, songs and rhythm. No registration necessary. (No BabyTime on Monday, October 12 and Thursday, October 15)
Mondays at 11:30 AM
Tuesdays at 10:30 AM or 1:00 PM
Wednesdays at 10:30 AM
Thursdays at 11:30 AM
Ages 2-5. Storytime is a series of 20-30 minute programs of fun and literacy support for young children. Each session features stories, songs, finger plays and more with a different theme each week. No registration necessary. (No StoryTime on Monday, October 12, Thursday, October 15, and Wednesday, November 11)
Evening Stories & Crafts
Thursday, October 15 at 6:30 PM
Thursday, November 19 at 6:30 PM
Ages 2 and up. Enjoy a short storytime, then make a related craft to take home. These storytimes are usually based on a holiday theme. No registration necessary.
The Irondequoit Public Library Book Sale Room is open for business. We have hundreds of new and used books starting at $0.50! Come in and have a look around. The Book Sale Room is located around the corner from the front entrance, just before the elevator. Here’s what you can expect to find:
- Books in “Like-New” condition start at $2
- Most other Hardcovers/Trade Paperbacks will be $1 while smaller Paperbacks are just $0.25
- Library Discards are only $1 including Children’s Books, Teen Fiction, and Classic Authors
- Music CDs, DVDs, and Books on CD start at $1
- Vintage and Collectible Titles will be priced individually
- Current issues of popular Magazines are $1, and all other Magazines are just $0.25
Please Note: All Book Sale Room items can be paid for at the Circulation Desk and Sales Tax will be added to all purchases. Also, don’t forget to visit our Amazon Store for online sales of rare and antiquarian books.
Are you interested in earning a discount on your auto insurance? Then you should attend an AARP Driver Safety Program. Our next AARP Driver Safety Program will be held this Saturday, September 19. Call the library at 336-6060 or email us at email@example.com to register as registration is required.
AARP Driver Safety Program
Saturday, September 19
10:10 AM – 4:40 PM
Cost (Checks Only): $20 (AARP Members) | $25 (Non-Members)
A classroom driver refresher course designed for drivers aged 50 and over. Graduates are entitled to a 10% discount on their liability and collision insurance. Class period includes two short breaks and a 30-minute lunch break.
September 11th, 2015 by IPL Webmaster in Adults, Kids, Teens · Comments Off on Finding Your Way Around the New Irondequoit Library ·
If you’ve had a chance to visit the New Irondequoit Public Library, you know that it’s quite a bit bigger than the two branches. We can help you find your way around…
1. Main Entrance
2. Circulation Desk
4. Meeting Rooms
5. Children’s Library
6. Story Room
7. Activity Room
8. Book Sale Room
9. Large Print and Periodicals
10. New Books, DVDs, and Audiobooks
- When you first enter the building, you’ll see the Information Desk to your right.
- Just beyond the Information Desk, on your left, is the Circulation Desk. Returns can be placed in the slots and a Self-Checkout Machine is available at the end of the counter.
- Continuing past the Circulation Desk, you’ll the Children’s Library on your left. The Story Room is in there and an Activity Room for craft programs.
- If you keep going past the Children’s Library, you’ll the Large Print collection and Newspapers/Magazines just behind the staircase.
- Walking all the way around the staircase, you’ll see our Display Cases.
- Beyond the Display Cases, you’ll find the New Books, DVDs, and Audiobooks.
- If you turn to your left, you’ll see the Book Sale Room, the Elevator, and the hallway to the Meeting Rooms and the Bathrooms.
But let’s turn right and head up the stairs…
11. Maker’s Lab
12. Quiet Room
13. Conference Rooms
14. Study Rooms
15. DVDs/Blu-rays/Video Games
16. Adult Fiction
17. Adult Non-Fiction
18. Travel Books
19. Paperback Fiction
20. Books on CD
21. Computer Lab
22. Teen Library
- Climb the stairs and turn right to find our Maker’s Lab. You’ll find a 3D Printer, a Mac for video production, a sewing machine, and other creative tools in the Maker’s Lab.
- Just past the Maker’s Lab is the Teen Library, which includes a bank of computers and study spaces.
- Continuing past the Teen Library, you’ll see Bathrooms to your left and the Reference Desk to your right.
- Stop by and ask us a question at the Reference Desk or take a seat in our Computer Lab, which also has a printer, a copier, a scanner, a fax machine, and another Self-Checkout Machine.
- Just outside the Computer Lab is the start of our main collection. Signs will direct you to all the Fiction, Non-Fiction, DVDs, Audiobooks, and more you could ever want.
- Going clockwise around the upstairs, you’ll find larger Conference Rooms along the wall and the Quiet Room in the back corner.
- Looping back along the other side of the upstairs will take you past our large Seating Area and the smaller Study Rooms.
- And now you’re back at the top of the stairs.