On Wed. June 5, 2013 @ 5pm we'll
be discussing Defending Jacob by William Landay.
On Wed. July 10, 2013 @ 5pm we'll
be discussing Juhmpa Lahiri's Unaccustomed Earth.
On Wed. August 7, 2013 @ 5pm we'll
be discussing In Its Time by local author Nancy
Rehkugler. Nancy will join us for the discussion!
We are always
accepting new members. Don't be intimidated, we are a laid
back group--it's ok if you can't make every meeting or if you don't
always have time to finish the book.
For more info, call Amy at
753-1042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*May 2013 - Cortland Jr.-Sr. High
*June 2013 - David Beale
*July 2013 - Glenn Santos
Art Gallery Schedule
month-long rotating displays in our art gallery. Please contact the
library at 753-1042, if you'd like to display your work in our gallery.
Facebook (with Alyssa)
Mon. May 20 - 2:00-3:00pm
An introduction to
Facebook--find out what it is, how it works, and how to stay safe.
There will be optional time at the end of the class to create your
own Facebook account (an e-mail address is required if you would
like to sign up for Facebook).
Genealogy Club (with Jenny)
Tues. May 21 - 6:00-7:30pm
Come share your genealogy
experiences. We will provide laptops, print and online
resources, and a knowledgeable staff member to help with any
computer or research questions.
Digital Photos (with Kim)
Thurs. May 23 - 5:00-6:30pm
Transfer, manage, and share
your photos! Included are instructions on transferring photos
from your digital camera to your computer, managing photos, and how
to share pictures via e-mail or a USB flash drive.
Craigslist (with Jenny)
Wed. May 29 - 5:00-6:00pm
Learn how to use Craigslist
safely to save and make money. Learn all about the
great components of Craigslist--an online resource you can use to
find jobs, apartments, and buy and sell goods.
All classes are free and
open to the public. Registration is required for all
classes. Call 753-1042 to sign-up.
Tech Time One-on-One
by appointment only on
Technology assistance by
appointment ONLY on select days. Please stop by, call, or e-mail Amy
or Jenny to register. We have expanded our help to include: eReaders
& eBooks, iPads, Microsoft Office, basic computer skills, basic
Internet, digital photos, social networking, and job/resume help. We
have daytime and evening h ours available. When you sign up for a
time-slot, please include the topic you would like to focus on.
Questions? Comments? Want to register?
All sessions meet at the
library. The group is open to all levels of knitters--including those
who would like to learn how to knit. Bring your own yarn and needles
or borrow ours for the session!
Paper Flower Craft Workshop
May 22, 2013 - 2:00 - 4:00pm
Japanese Kusudama is a paper ball made out of multiple identical origami
shapes glued together. They were traditionally used as a ball for
incense or potpourri but now we see them more for decoration or as a
gift. All materials will be provided.
Gardening Made Simple
May 9, 2013 - 6:30 - 7:30pm
to grow your own food but don't have the time or space to maintain a
garden? Container Gardening is for you. Container gardening is
perfect for apartments, porches, window frames and other small spaces.
Forget to water your plants? Don't worry; self-watering
containers can hold moisture for weeks at a time. The
mysteries will be unveiled: learn what plants do well in containers and how
many you can fit in a small space, learn how to make your own
self-watering container gardens customized to your needs and see
examples. Stay after class and make your own container garden for
May 16, 2013 - 6:30 - 7:30pm
wanted to compost but never knew how? Worried you don't have the
space or money or that it will be dirty or smelly? Cornell
Cooperative Extension is clearing away the dirt from home-composting.
Learn why composting matters, the dos and don'ts of composting, and
the 411 on making your own indoor or outdoor compost bin for your home
gardens. Composting saves money on watering and fertilization
while protecting our community from pollution and heavy landfill use.
Best of all it's thrifty, easy and fun.
workshops meet at the library. Registration is required so
please call 753-1042 to reserve a spot today!
Montgomery is an Agriculture and Nutrition Educator at the Cornell
Cooperative Extension, serving as an AmeriCorps intern. She is
a certified Master Gardener Student with a bachelors in archaeology and
agriculture and professional experience with grafting, propogation,
ornamental plant identification and maintenance, and landscaping.