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Teen Dungeons & Dragons

Tuesday, Jul. 16, 5:00-7:00 pm Come play D&D at the library with other teens and tweens! You can bring your own character to play, or create a new one when you arrive. No experience needed. Open to rising 7th-12th graders (ages 11-18). Sponsored by The Community Library.

West African Drum and Dance Workshop

Come experience – and learn – the rhythms and dance moves of West Africa! Zorkie Nelson is a master drummer from Ghana with 30+ years musical experience, and the group specializes in Ga music, dance, and cultural traditions. Registration is required to make sure we have enough space and drums for all participants. This engagement […]

Cinematic Adventures

To align with our Summer Reading Program theme of “Adventure Begins at Your Library,” our Silver Screenings film series is focusing on adventure films in July and August. Join us in the cool, dark library program room for a movie, popcorn, and a conversation about the film of the month. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Teen Video Game Night

Join other teams for game night on our Nintendo Switch! We have extra controllers for group games, but you’re welcome to bring your own controller if you have one. Light snacks and drinks provided. Open to rising 7th-12th graders (ages 11-18).

Summer Reading Volunteer Crafts

Learn some paper crafting skills and help The Community Library prepare our Summer Reading Program decor. Each summer we decorate the library to fit our Summer Reading theme. This year the theme is “Adventure Begins at Your Library,” so we’re planning to transform our space into a lush green jungle with trees, plants, flowers, vines, […]

Fuzzy Belly Felting Friends

Drop in and spend some time working on needle felted projects alongside other friendly, crafty library patrons. Basic supplies will be provided. The program is open to teens and adults. Note: This is more of a workshop/studio than a traditional class, but beginners can get tips and inspiration from our regulars. Come experience the soothing, […]

Anime Club

Hang out with our Anime Club! Every month we meet to watch a couple episodes of an anime series, eat snacks, make a craft, and chat about the Japanese media we’re reading and watching. Open to middle and high schoolers only (ages 11-18) Sponsored by The Community Library.

Board of Trustees Meeting

The Board of Trustees meets every second Thursday at 1:00pm. Meetings are open to the public. Sponsored by The Community Library.

All Ages Craft Buffet

Each month we bring out our arts & crafts supplies and invite you to come in and make something wonderful. Painting, drawing, origami, knitting, beadwork, embroidery, you name it. We provide the supplies, you provide the creativity. Sponsored by The Community Library.

All Ages Craft Buffet

Each month we bring out our arts & crafts supplies and invite you to come in and make something wonderful. Painting, drawing, origami, knitting, beadwork, embroidery, you name it. We provide the supplies, you provide the creativity. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Board of Trustees Meeting

The Board of Trustees meets every second Thursday at 1:00pm. Meetings are open to the public. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Fan Favorites Book Club

Join us for our casual conversation about what we’re reading, watching, and listening to lately. No assigned readings; just book-lovers talking about the books, movies, and shows they love. We meet at noon on the first Friday of every month. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Trivia Night at the Library

Assemble a team and join us for our live, in-person trivia contest covering a range of general knowledge categories including history, music, geography, politics, business, and culture. Bragging rights (and modest prizes) are at stake at this monthly, hour-long program. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Intro to Mushroom Foraging

Special guest Todd Del Marter will lead this short, practical presentation about basic foraging skills, tools, and tips to be followed by time for Q&A and an opportunity to see, touch, smell, and taste some mushrooms from the region. (Intended for teens and adults.)

Faux Stained Glass Craft

Join us for some relaxed crafting as we learn to make bookmarks and window decorations with a stained glass effect. Use our pre-printed patterns or design your own. Open to teens and adults ages 12 and up. Advance registration is required. Sponsored by The Community Library.

LEGO Club

Come build LEGO at the library! Try one of our themed building challenges, or build something that inspires you. We’ve got the LEGO, just bring your imagination! Open to kids in grades K-8. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Old Fashioned Games

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) will offer “Old Fashioned Games” as part of the I Love New York – Path Through History Weekend at Lansing Manor, part of the Visitors Center for the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project. Play like kids did back before screens – with hoops, hopscotch, Jacob’s Ladder, stilts, croquet and […]

Anime Club

Hang out with our Anime Club! Every month we meet to watch a couple episodes of an anime series, eat snacks, make a craft, and chat about the Japanese media we’re reading and watching. Open to middle and high schoolers only (ages 11-18) Sponsored by The Community Library.

Richmondville Days

Richmondville Volunteer Fire Department Chicken BBQ. Serving delicious chicken halves or meals for eat in or take out beginning at 4:00 pm until gone.

Richmondville Days

Come join us for breakfast on Sunday morning at the Firehouse located on Main Street in Richmondville and a community church service to be held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at 265 Main St.

Richmondville Days

This annual event will feature a parade at 10:00 :00am, programs at the Bunn Mill located on High Street, TREPS at the Radez Elementary School, entertainment at the Emergency Squad building, antique cars, food and vendors and fireworks beginning at 9:00 pm.

Festival Farmers Market Pop-Up Sale

It’s time to plant gardens, decorate our spaces, and enjoy once more the tasty products from our farmers! Festival Farmers Market is having a special pop-up welcome to our 29th year. We will be offering a wide variety of products: Parsons Vegetable Farm: hanging baskets, assorted fresh herbs, vegetable transplants, other flowers. Will-o-Way Farm: USDA […]

Chicken BBQ

Chicken BBQ by Brooks to benefit Jefferson Heritage Day Saturday May 25 from Noon till Sold Out Chicken halves – salads Jefferson Central School Parking Lot – 1332 Rt. 10 Jefferson

POP-UP FESTIVAL FARMERS MARKET

The farmers of Festival Farmers Market look forward to another awesome season and offer a pop-up market to welcome summer. This is your opportunity to start your garden, decorate your space, and enjoy now some of the products you enjoy all summer and fall. Parsons Vegetable Farm will encourage your green thumb with hanging baskets, […]

Intro to Paper Flowers

April showers bring May flowers! Come learn how to make some basic paper flowers with crepe paper, tissue paper, floral tape, and wire. Advanced registration required so we can have enough supplies on hand. Free and open to adults and teens 14+.

Trivia Night at the Library

Assemble a team and join us for our live, in-person trivia contest covering a range of general knowledge categories including history, music, geography, politics, business, and culture. Bragging rights (and modest prizes) are at stake at this monthly, hour-long program. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Teen Movie Night: Wonka

Come relax at the library and watch Wonka (PG, 2023) with other teens. Popcorn and sweet snacks will be served. Open to middle and high schoolers only. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Game On!

We’ve expanded our Check Mates program to include other board and card games. Stop by with friends or family to play a game from our board game collection, or join a pick-up game with other patrons. Open to all ages. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Fan Favorites Book Club

Join us for our casual conversation about what we’re reading, watching, and listening to lately. No assigned readings; just book-lovers talking about the books, movies, and shows they love. We meet at noon on the first Friday of every month. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Fuzzy Belly Felting Friends

Drop in and spend some time working on needle felted projects alongside other friendly, crafty library patrons. Basic supplies will be provided. The program is open to teens and adults. Note: This is more of a workshop/studio than a traditional class, but beginners can get tips and inspiration from our regulars. Come experience the soothing, […]

Dino Day

Join us at the community library for a dino-riffic time! We’ll read a dinosaur story, make a fun craft, and build our own dino skeletons with jumbo foam bones! Recommended for ages 4-8. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Board of Trustees Meeting

The Board of Trustees meets every second Thursday at 1:00pm. Meetings are open to the public. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Silver Screenings

This continuing film series will highlight small, independent, and foreign films featuring senior citizens as main characters. We’ll meet in the library’s program room for mid-day matinees, free popcorn, and post-screening conversation. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Cafe Chill

At this new library event, we’re hoping to recreate the casual, quiet, productive vibe commonly found in hip coffeehouses and cafes. Drop in on Saturday, May 11 to chill out and read or knit or write or idly scroll through your phone while enjoying a hot beverage and pastry. We’ll have crayons and adult coloring […]

Anime Club

Hang out with our Anime Club! Every month we meet to watch a couple episodes of an anime series, eat snacks, make a craft, and chat about the Japanese media we’re reading and watching. Open to middle and high schoolers only (ages 11-18) Sponsored by The Community Library.

All Ages Craft Buffet

Each month we bring out our arts & crafts supplies and invite you to come in and make something wonderful. Painting, drawing, origami, knitting, beadwork, embroidery, you name it. We provide the supplies, you provide the creativity. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Teen Video Game Night

Video Game Night is back, and we’re making it a monthly program! Join other teens for Nintendo Switch games like Super Smash Bros and Mario Kart. We’ve got extra controllers so large groups can play, but you’re welcome to bring your own controller if you have one. Light snacks provided. Open to middle and high […]

Immigration Legal Aid Presentation & Clinic

The Community Library is hosting this presentation by Hiscock Legal Aid Society focused on immigration law, including issues related to green cards, naturalization, DACA, asylum, work authorization, travel documents, and family reunification. This program, funded in part by the New York State Office for New Americans, is free to participants. Language interpreters may be requested […]

Game On!

We’ve expanded our Check Mates program to include other board and card games. Stop by with friends or family to play a game from our board game collection, or join a pick-up game with other patrons. Open to all ages. Sponsored by The Community Library.

STEAAM Time: Simple Motor

What do windshield wipers, CD players, DVD recorders, blenders, ice makers, laptops, and walking toys have in common? They all contain electric motors. In this program, you will make your own simple electric motor with two magnets to see how these important machines work. Open to kids in grades 4-8 (ages 9-14). Registration is required–sign […]

Perler Bead Party

Use our meltable Perler beads to make a fun keychain, magnet, or other creation! We have lots of fun patterns you can follow, or try designing something of your own. Open to kids ages 4 and up.

Fan Favorites Book Club

Join us for our casual conversation about what we’re reading, watching, and listening to lately. No assigned readings; just book-lovers talking about the books, movies, and shows they love. We meet at noon on the first Friday of every month. Sponsored by The Community Library.

The Community Library’s Great Puzzle Race

Ready to compete in The Community Library’s Great Puzzle Race? Teams of up to four people (all ages) will be given up to two hours to complete a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle. Prizes go to the fastest three teams to finish. Space is limited, so we can only admit the first 12 teams to register. Once […]

Fan Favorites Book Club

Join us for our casual conversation about what we’re reading, watching, and listening to lately. No assigned readings; just book-lovers talking about the books, movies, and shows they love. We meet at noon on the first Friday of every month. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Values-Added Product Development Course

Value Added Product Development- Step by step approach from concept to market for developing value-added products. Participants will have the chance for one-on-one consultation with regulatory authorities. Attendees will receive a manual with templates and resources. Friday, April 5, 2024 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Silver Screenings

This continuing film series will highlight small, independent, and foreign films featuring senior citizens as main characters. We’ll meet in the library’s program room for mid-day matinees, free popcorn, and post-screening conversation. Sponsored by The Community Library.

Birding for Beginners

Chris Keefer, author of the Schenectady Daily Gazette’s weekly birding column for over 20 years, will lead a discussion about the basics of birding, an international hobby everyone can enjoy. We’ll look at some of the key elements of identifying birds using their colors, shapes, songs and calls, postures, and habitats as clues. Then we’ll […]

Trivia Night at the Library

Assemble a team and join us for our live, in-person trivia contest covering a range of general knowledge categories including history, music, geography, politics, business, and culture. Bragging rights (and modest prizes) are at stake at this monthly, hour-long program. Sponsored by The Community Library.

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