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Library Workers Day Apr 14

Dansville Public Library will celebrate Library Worker & Assistants Appreciation Day on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 beginning at 10 a.m.   Stop in for a moment or two,  say “hello” to our Staff members, and enjoy a small celebratory treat at the Main Desk.

We are saying a big “thank you” this day to all of those who help our visitors at the desk and on the telephone and email.  These are the people who do the work of getting you what you need and help you navigate the internet scene.  Honored are long-time volunteer Carol Welcher, Library Clerks Linda Chapman and Lacey Keagy, Library page Julie Guzzardi, Children’s Services Coordinator Mary Ellen Arena, part time clerks, Donna Chasey and Penny Leven.  We’re also grateful to those working behind the scenes, Board Treasurer Sue Colegrove and Building Manager, Jim “Drew” Goodell.

Our thanks to the Library Board of Trustees, also volunteers, who support all of us and all of you:  President Rhea Walker, Vice President Sherrie Reilly, Secretary Mary Ann Holden, Trustee Bill Forsythe, and Trustee Mary Harrington.

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April 3 Morning Mystery Invite

On Saturday April 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Library continues Main Street’s celebration of the April “First Friday” event by providing a delightful and challenging “Morning Mystery” for children.  Just by following all the clues provided, out on the Library lawn, children can find the solution to the Mystery!

Families are invited to come, social distancing and masked if there is a “crowd” and enjoy.  Stop in at 10 a.m. and enjoy!

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Gardening “Talks” with Petra

Dansville Public Library is sharing in a delightful gardening program with presenter, Petra Page-Mann, available the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m.  Petra Page-Mann is the co-owner of Fruition Seeds in Naples, New York. Fruition Seeds makes organic gardening easier and more successful by regionally adapting certified organic vegetable, herb, and flower seed to thrive in the Northeast.
Here is the link to the first workshop:
Our Library thanks Naples and Macedon Libraries for offering this unique opportunity to Dansville Library patrons.  We hope you will watch and enjoy!
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Children’s STEM Challenge

Calling all Children!  Ms. Mary Ellen will be live on Facebook© on February 17th!

Are YOU up for the Challenge?  Please join Ms. Mary Ellen Live  on Facebook©  February 17, 2021 at 1 p.m.   You CAN build a mailbox for Cupid!!

The Library is celebrating Valentine’s Day with families with this new craft.  Families can pick up their Challenge supplies this week and before the program.  For more information please call us at the Library 585-335-6720.

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Story Stroll Features Hearts!

Valentine’s Day is on the way!  Ms. Mary Ellen invites children and families to enjoy the next Story Stroll on the Library Lawn which posted February 8th.  The featured book is The Day It Rained Hearts by author Felicia Bond.

Parents and Grandparents: You’ll want to help your children with the special activity, find the hearts!  If you haven’t Strolled the Story, now is the time to come enjoy!  Wear your boots, some of the panels might be in the snow!  Stop by soon!

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Register to Borrow Online

So — you need to borrow from Dansville Public Library but you aren’t registered with us?  Problem solved!  Just fill out the self-registration form by clicking on the link below, and you can be registered FAST!

If you are already registered, we’ll update your information in our files and then we’ll be in touch.  If you aren’t registered, we’ll let you know, and send  your borrower’s card to you.  It’s that easy!   Here’s the link:

https://evergreen.owwl.org/eg/opac/register?physical_loc=775

For more information, call us at 585-335-6720 and welcome to Dansville Public Library!

Spy on the Story Stroll

The March Story Stroll book is “How to Catch A Leprechaun” by Adam Wallace.  As you stroll around, you won’t need boots right now!  Take a look!  See if you can spy a very special object in the pictures.  It could be coins, perhaps a gold shoe buckle, a leprechaun or other fun objects.  Don’t miss your chance to  “catch a leprechaun” before it disappears!

Storytime Online February

Read along with Ms. Mary Ellen on Facebook  Tuesdays and Thursdays during the month of February, on Feb 2 & 4, 9 & 11 and 16 & 18 at 10:30 a.m.  Start out with the delightful stories by Mo Williams.

Please call to register for the accompanying Craft Bag 585-335-6720. Storytime Bag Pick-ups are available on February 3.

Fair Housing Practices Online

Learn about Fair Housing Rights the first Thursday of every month at 12:30 p.m.  This Zoom program is brought to you by Legal Assistance of Western NY.  Programs are free, simply download Zoom to your device, and click on the link below.  Upcoming dates are:  Feb 4, Mar 4, Apr 1 and May 6.  For suspected unfair practices, please call their offices at 1-866-781-FAIR(3247).  (Note: these programs are not sponsored by the Library but are offered as a public service)

https://zoom.us/j/94188172369? pwd=WnRoMHROVU9EQ25oclUvMWxGVUN0UT09