Hold Off on Donations until June 1

Whoa Horses!! No more book sale items until AFTER JUNE 1st !! We appreciate your donations but we still have MUCH TO SORT!    This year’s Book Sale begins May 13 at 10:00 a.m.   For more information please call the Library at 585-335-6720.


Baby’s Book Buddies ’til June

The Spring session of “Baby’s Book Buddies” continues on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.  Ms. Mary Ellen will  introduce children ages 6 to 36 months to the joy of books, fingerplays and songs.    All books shared at “Book Buddies” also qualify for “1000 Books Before Kindergarten.”  Your toddler can sign up for “1000 Books” at the same time.   Please call (585)335-6720 to register your child or stop in the library to sign up.

Book Sale Continues

The Library appreciates support of this year’s Dogwood Festival Used Book Sale.  There are many excellent bargains still available Thursday – Saturday.  Thursday is half-price day.  On Friday any item is 15¢.  On Saturday shoppers can fill a bag provided by the Library for only $2.00.   Marcia Miller and Director Terry Dearing also expressed deep thanks to everyone for volunteering during this busy week as well as those who sort and box throughout the year.   The Library resumes accepting donations on June 1.  Please allow staff to view your donations first before dropping them off; the “condition” is very important as textbooks, magazines, yellowed and damaged items do not sell.  The Library needs “like new” and/or gently used materials.  Call for more information at 585-335-6720.

Lady Long Rider April 29

On Monday, April 29 at 6:00 p.m., “Lady Long Rider” Bernice Ende will present a fascinating slide show and book signing regaling all listeners with stories of adventures and hardships as she traveled  across North America on horseback.   Books will be available for personal autographing. 

For more information, call 585-335-6720.

Wiggle & Bop Story Time May 2

Ms. Mary Ellen, children’s services coordinator, will present WIGGLE AND BOP on two Thursdays, April 25 and May 2 at 10:30 a.m.  Wiggle and Bop is a music and movement class for children ages 12 months to 3 years old.    Youngsters will delight in songs and movement activities intended to build motor and social skills.  These sessions also provide an opportunity to increase independence and language ability in your child, all essential to child development.  In addition, they are fun!  Provided with shakers, beanbags, scarves, stories  and other items, you child will move to the music and learn to keep the beat.  For more information, call the Library at 585-335-6720.

Very Fairy Tea Party Apr 27

Friends of the Dansville Public Library  present the Library’s annual Tea Party on April 27 at 11:00 a.m.  Each child is invited to join us and to bring their own special guest.   The Very Fairy Tea Party is open to children of all ages and their special guest.  When you attend, you will be served a light lunch, beverages, and enjoy music, a craft and stories.   There is room for more children to attend, so please stop by or call the Library to register at 585-335-6720.

Vote 4 Your Favorite Library!

Each year the Rochester Region Library Council sponsors a special event to give library users the opportunity to vote for their favorite library.  Voting is now open.  For libraries in the Pioneer Library System, go to this site:

We appreciate your support of our libraries and our efforts to bring you the best service possible.

How Do Bears Smell? — Awful!

The public is invited to hear Jerry Fazackerley speak about bears in this special informational program Saturday March 23, 2019 at 11 a.m.  The event is free and promises to be entertaining as well as informative.   For more information please call the Library at 585-335-6720.

Family Movie Night

Join us for Family Night @ the Movies!  with Dinner!  Movies will be shown on Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. on the following dates:  Feb 28, Mar 14, Mar 28, Apr 11.   Includes pizza & a drink.  These events are sponsored by Tony’s Pizzeria, Stony Brook Pediatrics, Sherrie Reilly, Norma & Bill Forsythe, and Mill Creek Optical.  The Library appreciates our sponsors who make this popular program possible.