All-Ages Chess Club

Starting Saturday, November 4 from 10 AM to noon, Chess Club is welcoming players of all ages. Families welcome! Whether your are a beginner or an expert, come play and improve your game.  Learn tips and tricks and compete with other chess lovers.  Eric Godiers will be teaching beignners and coaching those who already play the game.

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New Take-Home Storytime Kits!

Take Storytime home with you! We have new kits with books and music CDs that you can borrow for 3 weeks.

The two kits were created by the Family Reading Partnership. In the blue tote bag is Read-Along Songs, and in the green tote bag is Read-Along Love Songs for Baby. 

They are located across from the circulation desk.

Purchase of these two kits is thanks to a grant from Senator John DeFrancisco.

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Tully Board of Education Candidates Night

Monday, May 8 at 6:30 PM join us to meet and have a moderated question and answer session with the Tully Board of Education candidates. Members of the public can submit questions anonymously in the suggestion box at the library circulation desk, or click here to submit a question online.

The candidates running for election in 2017:

Steven Pierce (incumbent)
James Bertolo (incumbent)
Elaine (Fay) Burt
Jane Byrne-Panzarella
Charles (Chuck) Yonko, Jr.

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Pushing the Limits **new date** May 6

The final Pushing the Limits program has been rescheduled to Saturday, May 6 from 10:30-noon.

We will explore how humans push the limits of nature with Clive Cussler's book "Arctic Drift" and Sherilyn Smith, Professor of Biology at LeMoyne College. How do we survive? As humans, we’re driven to find a way to survive, whether trapped in a life threatening situation or competing in a sport. Our instincts urge us to push our limits to make it through, one way or another.

Participants receive a free copy of the book. Click here to register!

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