Honoring The Military
Is someone in your immediate family a veteran, on active duty, or died while serving our country (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard)?
The library would like to honor military families in the Liverpool area by displaying their serviceperson's official military photo in the library's new "In Honor of Those Who Serve" case.
Photos will be on display in our secure glass case for one month and then returned to you with our thanks.
LPL: What a Wonderful Place the Library Can Be
2013 Library Budget and Trustee Vote - Proposition 4
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 • 6am–9pm
Liverpool High School, 4338 Wetzel Road in the main gymnasium - enter near the high school tennis courts
(Same place & time as the Liverpool School District vote - but we are a separate entity!)
The projected increase is 1.99% - the approximate average annual tax on a house in Salina or Clay would increase by a total of about $2.00 over 2012!
Knitting and Crochet Circle - JUNE
Sunday, June 2
2:30-4:30pm • Sargent Meeting Room
A fun and relaxed environment where people of all skill levels are welcome. Learn tips for knitting and crocheting or to share projects you are working on. Please bring your own supplies.
Armchair Traveler - Cambodia
Thursday, June 13
1pm • Carman Community Room
This month's video presentation is Cambodia.
Coffee, cookies and conversation are at 1pm. The presentation starts at 1:30pm.
Tea & Cupcakes
Monday, June 17 • 7pm
Carman Community Room
Taste and vote on at least four different teas while being introduced to the world of mini cupcakes by Mike and Shirley Martin, owners of Jo's Lil' Cupcake Co. Samples will be available.
Wednesday, June 12 • 5-8pm
Carman Community Room • Side lawn of library (weather permitting)
Step back into the Middle Ages and the Renaissance with the Barony of Delftwood. Roam the stations and learn about daily life in medieval Europe.
Topics will include the Arts and Sciences and defense, and more!
"I Remember" Writing Workshop
Thursdays, May 23 & 30 • 6-8pm • Sargent Meeting Room
Come prepared with a list of "Landmarks" from your life and learn how to narrow the topic, recover details, recreate scenes, portray vital characters, and write realistic dialogue to turn a memory into a story. Facilitated by Linda Loomis, English/Creative Writing professor at SUNY Oswego. Registration is required. SIGN UP TODAY - only a few spots left!
Cheetah, Cheetah... What Do You See?
Thursday, May 23
Carman Community Room
Liverpool High School teacher Andrew Calderwood discusses his experience with the Cheetah Conservation Fund of Namibia and explains what learning about the Cheetah can teach us about ourselves! Free.
Smart Shoppers Coupon Exchange Group
Monday, June 10
Sargent Meeting Room
Share a cup of coffee and saving tips! Bring your unwanted coupons and scissors to clip and trade. We will provide the coupons from the library's newspapers. Anyone wishing to donate coupons can drop them off at the Reference Desk.