7/23 Craft Class at McGraw

July 23rd, 2014 by Amy in Adults · No Comments ·

Come decorate paper boxes with our craft guru Anna Jannes! There is a $7 supply fee, cash preferred. Call 336-6060 to register for this program.100_2504Wednesday, July 23rd at 7:00 pm
McGraw Branch, 2180 E. Ridge Road, 14622

New Adult Books for July 2014

July 21st, 2014 by IPLAcquisitions in Adults, New on the Shelves · Comments Off ·

Here are some of the new titles we’ve ordered:


2014-07 f american missionAmerican Mission
Matthew Palmer
A story inspired by the U.S. Foreign Service veteran author’s contributions to certifying conflict-free diamonds follows the disgrace of former State Department star Alex Baines, who starts over at a Congo mining facility that is being oppressed by corrupt interests.

2014-07 f book of lifeBook of Life
Deborah Harkness
Historian and witch Diana Bishop and her vampire scientist husband Matthew Clairmont return from a trip to the past still searching for the elusive alchemy tome Ashmole 782 in the final installment of the trilogy after Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night.

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7/16 Wild Rollercoaster Rides program at McGraw

July 15th, 2014 by Amy in Adults · Comments Off ·

Come find out about unusual rollercoasters and the history of these unique machines. Paul Ruben will present a slideshow with pictures of our local rollercoasters and other fun rides!

Wild Rollercoasters
Wednesday, July 16th at 7:00 pm

Helen McGraw Branch, 2180 East Ridge Road, 14622

New Large Print Titles–July 2014

July 11th, 2014 by Amy in Adults, New on the Shelves · Comments Off ·


Shotgun LovesongsShotgun Lovesongs by Nickloas Butler

Sharing a childhood in small-town Wisconsin before going their separate ways with careers and families, Hank, Leland, Kip and Ronny are reunited during a visit marked by culture clashes, respective pursuits of meaning and a woman who inspires passion in each of them


GeminiGemini by Carol Cassella

Dr. Charlotte Reese works in the intensive care unit of Seattle’s Beacon Hospital, tending to patients with the most life-threatening illnesses and injuries. Her job is to battle death, to monitor erratic heartbeats, worry over low oxygen levels, and defend against infection and demise.


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Thank You To Our Generous Local Businesses

July 8th, 2014 by Terry in Adults, Friends of the Library, The Open Book · Comments Off ·

Recently our foundation asked area business for contributions of gift certificates to raise money for the library.  The gift certificates were to be raffled off at the 4th of July festivities at town hall and our BBQ and Blues fundraiser at Camp Eastman on August 22 and 23.  The winners of the drawings at the 4th of July raffles have been notified.  Come to our BBQ and Blues event to take a shot at even more gift certificates from our wonderful and supportive business community.  Thank you to the merchants whose gift certificates were raffled on the 4th of July.

RC Shaheen Paint and Decorating Center

Titus Tavern

Keenan’s Restaurant

Red Rose Florist and Gift Shop

Hair Extraordinaire

Cooper Deli

Cordello’s Pizzeria

Black’s Hardware

Aman’s Farm Market

The Reunion Inn

Murph’s Irondequoit Pub

Shamrock Jack’s

Simply New York

Silk O’Loughlin’s

2 Ton Tony’s Pizza

Bay Goodman Pizza

East Ridge Family Diner


Drawbridge Wine and Liquor

Herrema’s Marketplace

Hair By Melissa

Southpaw Designs

Churi’s Coconut Tree Thai Cuisine


Jester Jim Highlights Video

July 3rd, 2014 by aholland in Kids · Comments Off ·

Everyone had a blast at the Jester Jim performance today! Here is a video with some highlights from the show. Special thanks to Summit Federal Credit Union for sponsoring this event!