WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE LIBRARY...

Fun in the Garden

Here are some of our youngest patrons enjoying the garden on the Main Street side of the library during the Grand Gardens of the Niagara Portage event held on July 18.

Image of children in gardenImage of childern in garden

Images courtesy Rebecca Hedgepeth

NFPL Book Club

Image of cover: The Wife, The Maid and the MistressJoin us for a discussion of The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress by Ariel Lawhon, which is also the selection for this year's One Book One County. Copies of the book will be available for checkout at the circulation desk.

Main Library
Friday, August 21 - 2:00 pm

To register or for more information, please see the librarians at the information desk or email nflref@nioga.org

Healthy Living Series

Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables, Part 2 - Planning and Freezing: Learn how to make food dollars stretch by preparing in season fruits and vegetables and freezing them.

Main Library
Thursday, August 27th - 12:00 pm

Registration required. Sign up at the information desk or email nflref@nioga.org 

The Healthy Living Series, presented by the Cornell Cooperative Extension continues throughout the summer and fall! Click here for a complete list of programs, dates and times, or go to our Programs and Events page.

Career Assistance Event

 Are you looking for a job or some career help? Several organizations will be available to offer free and helpful career advice at this event! Different organizations will be on hand to tell you more about their services and how you can use them to help you finally find the career you're looking for. Come find out more about how to dress for your interview, where you can take free classes, how to build a resume and more!

Friday, September 11th - 10am-4pm 
Main Floor of the Niagara Falls Public Library
1425 Main Street

Art Exhibit

"This Is Why I'm Black", an exhibit of the art of Dejuan Hunt II, is now on display in the main floor display cases of the Main Library. Dejuan's edgy work features his new technique which he calls New Persuasive Art and contains "intense messages, actions and feelings with stories to tell from all ages."   Some of the works are done with spray paint and contain graffiti, blood and burnt ashes. This exhibit is free and will last through September.

Daredevils of Niagara Digital Collection
Photos & writing from the Orrin E. Dunlap Collection

Image of Annie Taylor and her barrelFor over 100 years, Niagara Falls has drawn daredevils to brave the rapids. Orrin E. Dunlap (1861-1953) was a photographer and writer based in Niagara Falls who offered a unique perspective on the daredevils of Niagara Falls. Explore a collection of photographs and manuscripts from the Orrin E. Dunlap Collection by visiting the link below.

Enjoy our digital collection here: 
http://www.nyheritage.org/collections/daredevils-niagara

Friends of the Library Seek Donations

Clearing out the clutter? Have books or DVDs for which you'd like to find a new "home"? Consider donating your items to the Friends of the Library Book Sale. Proceeds from the book sale support the Niagara Falls Public Library and its programs.

IMPORTANT: Before you bring your donation to the library, please read over the guidelines for donations, located here and on our Book Sale page, to learn what types of items the Friends are collecting for the sale at this time.

Local History Department Hours - August 2015

The Local History Department will be closed on August 4 and 6. The department will be open from 2pm until 5pm on the remaining Tuesdays and Thursdays in August.

There will be no Monday evening hours during the month of August.