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The library's Book Buggy is now fully stocked with books and magazines for all ages. Stop by to enjoy a book at the beach!
Join us for Twilight Zone episodes and trivia! Friday, July 14 from 6:30 - 9:30 PM. 5th grade and up, adults welcome! Pizza will be provided.
Jaci Colombo shared these thoughts and pictures with us from last fall.
"I have truly enjoyed my vegetable garden. It was a dry year and germination of seeds was poor but with determination I had great yields. Thanks for inspiration with your free seeds."
Great growing, Jaci!
If you would like to share how your seeds are progressing, click here.
We have exciting family-friendly programs coming up this summer, including The Twin Magicians, Puppets with Pizazz, The M.O.S.T, and Zoo to You. Also, Monday Movie Matinees, the documentary From the Ashes, kids and teen programs, and much more!
The library will be closed on Memorial Day, Monday May 29. We will be holding our annual Pie Sale during the parade.
Love to bake? You can donate a pie for our sale. Click here to sign up.
Pies can be brought to the library's tent outside on State Street before the parade begins.
All proceeds go to support our Summer Reading program. Thank you!
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
Charles (Chuck) Yonko, Jr.
What's happening locally? Now you can follow the calendars of local organizations including the library, Tully Central Schools, Tully Arts Council, Historical Society, and more! Click here to go to the Burbio.com website!
What's happening this month? Check out our monthly newsletter here, where you can also sign up to receive the newsletter by email.
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!
Join us for a special craft workshop to celebrate Spring on Monday, April 3 from 7-9 PM. We'll be making egg ornaments by decorating egg shells with colorful napkins. The decoupage technique works best with older children, teens and adults, so this workshop is not for young children.
Check out the display of ornaments we'll have in the library soon to see what we'll be making.
Registration is required. Register online here or call us at 315-696-8606.
Join us for our **new** monthly series Monday Movie Matinee.
On March 27 from noon - 2 PM, we are showing "Arrival" in the Padget Community Room.
When twelve mysterious spacecraft appear around the world, linguistics professor Louise Banks is tasked with interpreting the language of the apparent alien visitors.
Directed by Denis Villeneuve, Starring Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker
Free! No registration required. Click here to sign up for a reminder email or text.
Saturday, April 1 from 3-4:30, come to our annual Science Fair for k-6th grade, and see the amazing discoveries of the young scientists in the community.
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If you make $54,000 or less, have a disability, or need assistance reading English, you qualify! VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) will be at the Tully Free Library to help.
Wednesdays Feb 8, March 1 and March 29 from 4-7 PM.
Spots are limited! Please register by visiting tullyfreelibrary.org/events or calling 315-696-8606
Seniors, if you are 60+ and income eligible, help with your energy bill is here. Meet with representatives from the Onondaga County Office for Aging about H.E.A.P. (Home Energy Assistance Program).
Tuesday, January 24 from 10 AM - 12:30 PM in the Padget Community Room at Tully Free Library
Check out Cat's Corner, reviews of great new books at Tully Free Library by volunteer Cat Gerson.
Here are some excerpts from recent reviews. Try one of these page-turners today!
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (click to find)
…The one bright spot in Wade’s world, is the OASIS: a virtual reality that nearly everyone on Earth plugs into to escape their grim world.
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead (click to find)
…a fantastic, often gut-wrenching story that weaves some of the darkest parts of American history, with a smattering of the author’s imagination
Libriomancer: Book 1 of the Magic Ex Libris series by Jim C. Hines (click to find)
…Libriomancy was invented by Johannes Gutenberg himself five hundred years ago. The premise is that books become portals to the stories within, by way of the magical belief instilled by thousands of readers.
Join us for our third annual Soup Swap!
Make your favorite homemade soup and bring it to the library to share with others. Bring the recipe card, and we will distribute the recipes to whomever wants them! Get new recipe ideas and meet other home chefs in the area. Have fun exploring new cuisines and meeting new neighbors.
Tully Free Library presents PUSHING THE LIMITS, a reading, viewing, and discussion program for adults in communities served by rural libraries, made possible by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Unleash your mind...explore and get involved in ideas about knowledge, connections, nature and survival in a new 4-part series for adults at Tully Free Library, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation.
A local science expert will join us to view two short videos and discuss the topics and recommended books below. We will have free copies of the books available at the library a month before each program, but you do not need to read the book to attend the program. Each program promises to be engaging and thought-provoking, and we hope you will join us!
Refreshments will be served, and participants receive a free copy of the book!