Welcome to Liverpool Public Library
Share Your Visions With Us!
What kind of community do you want?
Come join the conversation as we discuss your aspirations, concerns and ideas for building a better community at several different locations. We will use what we learn from these conversations to help us better serve our community. Reserve your spot today!
Monday, February 15 • 7-8:30pm
Liverpool Public Library, 310 Tulip St, Liverpool NY 13088
Monday, February 22 • 1-2:30pm
North Area YMCA, 4775 Wetzel Rd, Liverpool NY 13090
Tuesday February 23 • 6-8pm
Northside Church, 965 Oswego Rd, Liverpool, NY 13090
Personal Safety and Self-Defense for Adults of all Ages
Fridays, Feb 12, 19, 26 • 1pm Carman Community Room
A series of classes for seniors and adults on how to minimize the danger of burglaries, robberies, carjacking, assault, theft, purse snatching and other crimes. Each class is a new topic. Taught by 74-year-old martial arts personal trainer Fred Wilson. *Register for each session.
*Session One, February 12
Seniors as targets/victims. Common locations for crimes against seniors and adults. How to be alert. How intuition plays a role. Having a plan and/or escape route. Being able to describe a criminal.
*Session Two: February 19
Staying safe in dangerous situations. Specific kinds of crimes including robbery, theft, burglary, sexual assault and domestic violence. Travel safety. Being safe at ATMs. Simple self-defense moves. Calling 911.
*Session Three: February 26
Crime in Onondaga County. How seniors and adults can protect themselves from most frequent crimes. When to call the police. Self-Defense and the law.
All About Taxes and e-filing!
The library is a site for the NYS Dept. of Tax and Finance's Facilitated Self-Assisted Tax Preparation.
January 25 through April 14
Mondays and Thursdays from 2-7pm
If your income is below $60,000, you can come to the library and e-file your federal and state returns for free. Someone from the NYS Department of Tax and Finance will be on hand to answer questions and help guide you through the filing process using one of their computers.
Appointments are required. Check our event calendar for available times.
Click READ MORE below to see what items you wiill need to bring to your appointment.
Reflections on Mockingbird
Race and the Criminal Justice System in the 21st Century
Thursday, Feb 18 • 7pm
Carman Community Room
To Kill a Mockingbird, one of the most read books on racial injustice in America, paints a powerful picture of the role of race in our court system. Hear from panelists about the damage caused by our failed policies over the past several decades and the promise of new reforms.