The Library welcomes you to make us part of your summer activities, and our staff is so happy to see many are doing just that! It’s your choice: bring the kids to a regular Friday morning program; spread out with a picnic supper in the park on Monday concert evenings (thanks to GoArt! funding); or just take home a stack of books and movies to relax with!
For the full summer schedule please click here!
Some highlights, plus news about “Lyndonville Reads!”
Tuesday, July 30 at 1:00 PM: educator Rick Merritt’s ROCKETS AWAY! Program will give young scientists ages 8 and up the chance to create their own rocket and launch it behind the library! Registration is limited to 20; please stop in or call 765-9041 to register. 90-minute program.
Annual Free Summer Concert Series funded through GoArt! Make the most of summer with the fabulous sounds of these local bands, performing rock and blues in Veterans Park, downtown Lyndonville, next to the library:
Monday, July 15 at 7:00 PM: Old Hippies
Monday, July 29 at 7:00 PM: Eagle Creek
Monday, August 12 at 6:30 PM: The Stoll Brothers
The latest LYNDONVILLE READS is launching! This second offering in the Library’s one book/one community project is THE BELOVED WILD, by Orleans County author Melissa Ostrom. Starting now, readers can delve into this tale of an independent-minded teenage girl of two centuries ago, who devises a clever way to make her way, along with her brother, from their New England home to settle in The Black North: the area of the western NY frontier that would become Orleans County.
Then get set to meet Melissa and talk about her book with her at the library on Thursday, September 12, at 7:00 PM. This event will also be a feature of the 4th Annual Orleans County Heritage Festival.
Stop by for a copy of THE BELOVED WILD, and to learn more details!