Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Williamson Library Needs Your Vote

Visit https://tinyurl.com/rrlc-love

The Rochester Regional Library Council is seeking nominations for the best regional public library of the year. On behalf of Williamson Free Public Library staff -- we would love your vote!

Voting opens on Sunday, April 13th and closes at midnight on Saturday, April 19th.
It's more than the numbers that determine the winner --it's your words that really count! So if you love Mrs. Kay's programs for pre-schoolers, Ms. Jennie's Storytimes, teen and children's programs, adult craft sessions and programs, Bookends, our collections, services and staff -- please let RRLC know. Last year the Wadsworth Library in Geneseo took home the honor and the Williamson Free Public Library would love to be the recipient this year. Show us your love by

Voting Today by clicking here or use your smart phone:

 

 


Thursday, April 10, 2014

Save the Date Spring Book Sale

The Friends of the Williamson Library are gearing up for the Spring Book Sale. Drop off your donations April 28-May 5 at the library. The sale runs May 7 and 8 from 10am -7pm, Friday, May 9 from 10-5 and Saturday, May 10 is the "bargain bag sale" from 10am-12pm. Your support for this fundraiser provides funding for the library's Summer Reading prizes and our Firefly Concerts.

All About Local Artisan Cheese April 24 at 7 pm

Learn all about local artisan cheese and sample its goodness as we welcome the Blue Moon Bend Farm and Creamery from Marion. This free program covers how cheese is made, small dairy farming and a chance to sample cheeses from the Creamery at the Library. Please register for this free program by calling (315) 589-2048. We want to make sure we have enough cheese for everyone to taste compliments of Blue Moon Bend Farm and the Library. The program starts at 7 pm in our Community Room.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Boredom Busters for Kids

 
Looking for activities for the kids during Spring Break?
Click on "Children's Events and Activities" on the right.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Short Essay Reading Discussion Series facilitated by Kirk Baker

Join us for a short essay discussion series on "Service" led by local resident Kirk Baker. This series explores via short readings and poetry the concepts of service, paying it forward, kindness and charity from classic to contemporary authors.
Photocopies of the readings are provided free of charge to participants via a NY Council for the Humanities grant.  We will meet once a month in April, May and June to discuss readings from the Civically Engaged Reader. Stop in today to pick up your packet of essays and discussion questions. Then join us on May 14 from 7- 8 p.m as we explore these readings in-depth. Everyone is welcome!

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

"In Stitches"


Do you knit, crochet, or enjoy another needle art?

"In Stitches" is the place for you!
Bring your projects to the library for some uninterrupted craft time and friendly conversation.

If you get stuck, experienced crafter Kristen will be on hand to help you out of a jam.

No registration or commitment is necessary. Just bring those works-in-progress to the Williamson Public Library, and join us for an hour of friends and fun.

Thursdays, 1-2 pm
and now also
Mondays, 7-8 pm.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

WEATHER CLOSINGS?


Wondering about WEATHER CLOSINGS... or other times that the library may close unexpectedly?

There are several ways to find out if the library is open or closed:

Call (315)589-2048. If the library is closed - you'll get the answering machine if we have power.

Check the web site at www.WilliamsonFreePublicLibrary.blogspot.com

Become a Facebook Fan of the library and Facebook updates!

There are never fines charged for the times that the library is closed. If you don't want to venture out but the library is still open, feel free to call to renew your materials or go to http://owwl.org to renew online.

Be smart, stay safe and don't take chances. We want to keep you as a customer!