Needle-works Group

Needle-works Group

Please join us on the following dates for a time of sharing Knitting, Crochet, or bring in other Needle-work crafts you enjoy. We are able to teach you the knitting and/or crochet and will have extra materials here to share.

Dates as follows:

January 16, 30., February 13, 27, March 12, and 26th, for a total of 6 classes. We begin at 4:00 and end at 5:00, but you are welcome to stay and share longer. There is no sign-up necessary, just come as you are. Thank you.

OUTDOOR GAMES AVAILABLE

Through The Health and Wellness Community Choice Award, given to the MidYork Library System by the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, we were able to purchase games that can be taken out for personal use.

Any adult person with a library card can borrow these items for one week.  Make your summer parties even more fun with these games.

Corn Hole
Croquet
Disc-Slam
LawnDarts
Ring Toss
Tumbling Towers (Jenga)
Badminton

Inquire at the Circulation Desk.

 

TODDLER TALES N’ TRAVELS

Toddler Tales n Travel Program
Pre-school Reading Program

9:30 A.M.  FRIDAYS
New Schedule will be posted in the Spring of 2020

Designed for children from 18 months to 3 years old.
Free and open to the public
No registration required
Bring your toddlers and tell other families about this wonderful opportunity!

Library Book Group

The Book Group meets on Thursdays at 2:00 pm at the home of Rosemary Reimer, 66 Spencer Street, Dolgeville

October 3rd   “Killers of the Flower Moon”  by David Grann

November 7th  “Underground Railroad” by Colson Whitehead

December 5th “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens

No meeting in January

February 6th 2020 “A Gentleman in Moscow” by Amon Towles

All are welcome

This is free and open to the public

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY PRESENT:

DONATIONS

In recent years we have been gifted funds in memory of several wonderful people in the Dolgeville area. Among them are Marie Haughton and Esther Austin. With these generous donations we have been able to build our Large Type collection, purchase a sofa for the children’s area and two comfortable chairs for your leisurely reads.
Thank you all for your support.

 

Looking for something to read?

Check out:    www.fantasticfiction.com Never start a series in the middle again.  The Fantastic Fiction website has all the information you will need.  This site is a reader’s dream come true. Bibliographies for over 30,000 authors. Use the browse menu to find an author by surname, or use the search boxes to search for an author or book. Information on over 350,000 books. Throughout the site, just click on a book to see its cover picture, description and publication details. We are also pleased to announce that MidYork now offers this same capability on their website as well. When you are researching to order or put a hold on a book, there is now an “Enhanced Content” Tab that gives you all the same type of information that Fantastic Fiction does.

Used Books Available

There is an overage of books being offered by the Friends of the Library. Most of them are gently used and are available for you.  We do take donations for a bag of books.  All of these funds are used for cultural and educational programming.  Come in and see what we have to offer.

 

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