UPCOMING PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

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All programs are free and sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Children's Programs

Summer Reading Challenge - June 27 thru August 6

Exercise your mind this summer! Preschoolers through teens can sign up for a reading log beginning on June 27 and complete fun reading and learning challenges for the chance to win prizes!

Family Fun Shows @ the Main Library Auditorium

Fri., August 5 @ 2:30 pm: Omnipresent Puppet Theater • The Tortoise and the Hare
Tired of being picked on by a pushy rabbit, the tortoise challenges him to a race. As he second-guesses this rash decision, Tortoise suddenly gets help from an unexpected teacher. A tale of hard work, perseverance, and standing up for yourself. Aesop’s fable told with Omnipresent’s fast-paced comic style. Touching and fun for all ages!
No registration required.

Family Fun Shows @ the LaSalle Library Auditorium

Thursday, August 11 @ 2:30pm: The Extra Fun Balloon Show
Get ready for magic with a twist - a balloon twist,  that is! Magic is done with balloons, puppets are made from balloons, and, when audience members are called onto the stage to become part of the action, their costumes are made from... you guessed it, balloons!
Registration Required. Call 283-8309.

Family Movie Nights @ the Main Library

Wednesdays: 6pm  - 8pm
Main Library Auditorium. No registration required.

July 27—Hotel Transylvania 2
August 10—Inside Out
August 17—Zootopia
August 24—Kung Fu Panda 3
August 31—Ice Age: Continental Drift

Storytime for Preschool Children

 A program for children ages 2—4. Join us for stories, music, movement and more!

Main: Wednesdays @ 10:30 am - July 13—August 3
LaSalle: Thursdays @ 10:30 am - July 14—August 4
Registration required. Call 286-4902 for Main, 283-8309 for LaSalle.

Programs for Children Ages 5 – 9

Main Library—Tuesdays @ 2:30pm
LaSalle Library—Thursdays @ 2:30pm

Magic Tree House Adventure
Get in the Olympic spirit with Jack and Annie and Hour of the Olympics as we stage our own library Olympic games and make some cool crafts, too!
Main: July 26
LaSalle: July 28

Registration required. Call 286-4902 for Main, 283-8309 for LaSalle.

Stuffed Animal Sleepaway Camp
Have you ever wondered what happens at the library when it’s closed? We will share our secret world with your stuffed animal friends at our Stuffed Animal Sleepover.  Drop off your stuffie (or doll) the day before the program, then come the next day to view a slide show of your toy’s adventures and enjoy some camp activities.
Main: August 2 IMPORTANT: Stuffed animals MUST be dropped off on MONDAY, AUGUST 1 by 7:00pm.
LaSalle: August 4 IMPORTANT: Stuffed animals MUST be dropped off on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3 by 7:00pm

Registration required. Call 286-4902 for Main, 283-8309 for LaSalle.

Programs for Ages 10 - 14

Make Your Own Games
 Have you ever thought that you were bored, or that there was nothing to do, or nothing to play with? We've got the solution: make your own toys and games! We will make our own chalk, board games, and jump rope and then learn some boredom busting games to play with them!
Main: Tuesday, July 26
LaSalle: Wednesday, July 27

Registration required. Call 286-4902 for Main, 283-8309 for LaSalle.

Rocket Rescue
There is a stranded city on an island and they need our help landing supplies there. We will be making our own rockets and launchers to send some supplies and food to them through the air! Let's see who can make their rocket go the farthest, the highest or the fastest!
Main: Tuesday, August 2
LaSalle: Wednesday, August 3

Registration required. Call 286-4902 for Main, 283-8309 for LaSalle.

Tween Writing Club
Flex your creative muscles and make some interesting poems, stories, songs and more! We will be writing together and making some interesting found poems and inspired stories. Think writing over the summer isn't for you? We can promise this isn't your average writing club. Come try it out! No prior writing experience necessary. 
Main: Thursday, July 28
LaSalle: Thursday, August 4

Registration required. Call 286-4902 for Main, 283-8309 for LaSalle.

Adult Programs

Adult Summer Reading Challenge - July 5 thru August 5

Goal: To read around the world by reading 5 of 7 continents.

What counts?

  • Book set on the continent
  • Author of the book is from the continent
  • Characters travel to the continent

Weekly prizes for reading! End-of-summer gift basket raffle for those who have completed the challenge!

Summer Programs for Adults

We're offering a variety of educational, entertaining and/or just plain fun programs and activities for adults this summer!

All programs held at Earl W. Brydges (Main) Library, 1425 Main Street

Friday, July 29th:
 Nutritious Snack from another country! (Presented by Cornell Cooperative of Niagara County), 3-4pm

Monday, August 1st: 
Get fit! Exercise everyone can do! (Presented by Cornell Cooperative of Niagara County), 2-3pm

Wednesday, August 3rd: 
Alzheimer’s Awareness. Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research, 2-3pm

Summer Classic Movie Series

Friday Afternoons 2pm-4:30pm
Main Library Auditorium. No registration required.

July 29th - Vertigo

August 12th - To Catch a Thief

August 19th - King Kong

August 26th - The African Queen

Adult Coloring Group @ LaSalle Library

Free. All materials are supplied!

Monday evenings at 6:00pm.
LaSalle Library Auditorium.

Call 283-8309 to register.

Free Notary Public Service @ Main Library

Mondays 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Main Library 1425 Main Street.

What to bring:

  • unsigned, completed documents
  • 2 proofs of identity, including a photo ID.