Robots and Arduinos have landed at the Canastota Public Library

Beth Totten

STEM and STEAM Programs are gearing up for summer at the Canastota Public Library. These programs, including Ready, Set, Robotics, Arduino Fun and Maker Mondays are designed with kids ages 10 to 15 in mind.

Maker Mondays will be held each Monday from July 3 through July 31 beginning at 2pm. Each […]

Hamilton Public Library news

Hilary Virgil

Tuesday, May 23rd at 10:30am – Story Time Story Time for babies, toddlers, and their caregivers is held in the children’s story room, led by early childhood educator Hilary Virgil. Story Time for preschoolers will be held in the community room and led by guest teacher Maureen Wallace. Story Time is held […]

Tiny House presentation to be held at Cazenovia Public Library 

The Cazenovia Public Library will welcome local resident and architect Eric Lints to the Community Room on Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m., for a special presentation: “The Tiny House Considered.” The lecture will feature a discussion about buying, building, and living in a tiny house in Central New York.

The tiny house movement is […]

Cazenovia Public Library and CazCares to continue parenting workshop series

CazCares and the Story Room—a Cazenovia Public Library outpost operating out of CazCares—will co-sponsor the fifth installment of “Parenting: the Toughest Job You’ll Ever Love” Tuesday, May 23, at 10 a.m. The event will be held at CazCares and presented by Sheila Clonan, Ph.D., and Kelli Johnson. This session will focus on self-care for parents.

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Do you love someone with an addiction?

Utica Library

On Tuesday, May 23, at 6:30 p.m., the Utica Public Library will have a special screening of “Loving Someone with an Addiction.”

Many people think of addiction in terms of drugs and alcohol, but addiction can take many forms, all of which can result in insurmountable problems for both the addict and […]

Morrisville Public Library news

Michelle Rounds, Library Director

Be sure to join us this Friday, May 19, for our Historic Houses of Eaton, historic talk at 6:30 p.m. We welcome Madison County Historian, Judy Lyrek, who will present on Historical Houses in the Hamlet of Eaton. Lyrek authored the book Eaton’s Historic Houses, an architectural and historical survey […]

Local libraries offer unique items

When people think about what is inside their local library, books and computers are probably the first things that come to mind. In the Mid-York Library system, you will find there are a number of unique items available at local libraries.

The libraries in Bridgeport and Morrisville have Madison County Landfill Punch cards for sale […]

Hamilton Public Library news

Tuesday, May 16, at 10:30 a.m. – Story Time Story Time for babies, toddlers, and their caregivers is held in the children’s story room, led by Diana Cassulis. Story Time for preschoolers will be held in the community room and led by guest teacher Sharon Morley. Story Time is held every Tuesday from mid-September through […]

Cazenovia Public Library’s Open Afternoon Book Club to discuss Everybody’s Fool 

The Open Afternoon Book Club will hold its next meeting in the Story Garden Room on Wednesday, May 17, at 1 p.m. The group will discuss the New York Times 2016 Notable Book, Everybody’s Fool by Richard Russo.

The novel is a sequel to Russo’s 1993 work Nobody’s Fool. The narrative follows the lives of […]

Cazenovia Public Library to host travelling interactive art event

Join multimedia artist Sal Strom at the Cazenovia Public Library for a free interactive event combining art, books, collaboration, and fun!

“Connecting U.S. 20” will be held Saturday, May 6, at 1 p.m. in the Community Room. This engaging traveling program is designed to link people and communities across the country—from one end of U.S. […]

LEGO building session at the Cazenovia Public Library

The Cazenovia Public Library invites children ages 5 and up to the Community Room Monday, May 8, at 3 p.m., for the chance to channel their inner architects and get building! Children’s Programming Coordinator Jenna Wright Martin will lead “LEGO My Library,” a fun, hands-on program for architects of all ages. Participants will have access […]

Herkimer County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Showcase

The Herkimer County Chamber of Commerce is getting ready for this year’s Small Business Showcase, which is set for May 4 at Herkimer College.

This event will feature more than 30 business vendors including companies that are hiring. These businesses vary in lines of trade, from banking, non-for-profit, insurance, health services, travel and tourism just […]