Are you ready? The Friends of the Library Fest and Trunk Sale is this Saturday and there’s going to be plenty to do!
- Craft Trunk Sale with More Than 30 Sellers
- Demonstration from Master Kim’s Taekwondo
- Demonstration from Denise’s Dance Connection
- Live Music from Saxman
- Fire Extinguisher Demonstration from Ridge-Culver Fire Department
- Activities for Kids of All Ages
- Food Trucks with Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Pizza, and Ice Cream
- Raffle With 17 Great Prizes:
So be sure to join us on Saturday, May 7th, from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM at the Irondequoit Town Hall (1250 Titus Ave.). We’ll be out there rain or shine!
May 3rd, 2016 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · No Comments ·
The Swooners, a local band that performs all kinds of music, will be rockin’ the Irondequoit Public Library with a free concert tomorrow night at 7:00 PM. And don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes, because we’ll have a 25×30 dance floor (wood with a vinyl finish) that’ll definitely be swingin’ all night.
The Irondequoit Library has a dozen concerts scheduled for this Summer as part of our Music and Dance Series. We hope you can make it to all of them!
The Rochester Regional Library Council has selected their 2016 Libraries of the Year and the Irondequoit Library received an Honorable Mention:
1,443 people submitted nominations for 68 different libraries.
Nominators poured out their love for their library. “It was the most difficult year yet to choose just one winner,” said Todd Butler, President and CEO of Causewave Community Partners, one of the judges.
We want to thank every Irondequoit resident who nominated the library for Library of the Year.
April 26th, 2016 by Terry Buford - Library Director in Adults, The Open Book · Comments Off on We Are Seeking a New Trustee to Fill a Vacancy on the Library Board ·
The Irondequoit Public Library is seeking applicants for the unpaid volunteer position of LIBRARY TRUSTEE of the Irondequoit Public Library to fill an unexpired term.
Board of Trustees Job Description and Expectations
Purpose: Library trustees are committed to ensuring that the library provides the best possible service to the community. [Read more →]
April 24th, 2016 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on Program Alert… Protect Your Financial DNA: How to Keep Your Identity Safe (4/26/16) ·
Do you know how to keep your personal information safe? The Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Rochester will be at the Irondequoit Library on Tuesday, April 26, to discuss how to protext yourself against identity theft and what to do if you become a victim. The program will begin at 3:00 PM in the Lake Ontario Meeting Room (#113), and if you’re interested in joining us, please register online or give us a call at 336-6060.
Protect Your Financial DNA: How to Keep Your Identity Safe
Tuesday, April 26, at 3:00 PM
Identity theft is one of the most pervasive crimes in our nation. Criminals are continually developing new ways of collecting personal information so it’s vital to learn how to remain safe. The Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Rochester will discuss how to minimize risk of identity theft, steps to take if you or someone you know is a victim, and available resources to help counter identity theft. Registration is required.
April 21st, 2016 by Amy - Library Events and Non-Fiction in Adults, Programs · Comments Off on Program Alert: A Gilbert & Sullivan Concert (4/24/16) ·
Are you a fan of Gilbert & Sullivan? Then you should join us this Sunday, April 24, for a Gilbert & Sullivan Concert by the Off-Monroe Players Revue Group. The music starts at 2:00 PM, so please register today using our online form or by calling the library at 336-6060.
And did you know we’ve got a whole series of concerts planned for this Spring and Summer? Read all about them right here.
Gilbert & Sullivan Concert by the Off-Monroe Players Revue Group
Sunday, April 24, at 2:00 PM
Enjoy the witty lyrics and tuneful melodies of Gilbert and Sullivan, sung with piano accompaniment, from HMS Pinafore, Pirates of Penzance, The Mikado and other favorites. You will be transported back to Victorian England. Learn how Gilbert and Sullivan were the very model of modern musical composers! Registration is requested.