Congratulations to the grand prize winners, Dae Ann Murphy (ages 13 & up winner) & Lillian Kirtz (ages under 13 winner). Also congrats to Doug Weatherell for winning the runner up prize! Thanks to all who stopped in to participate!
Need something to do this summer? Come to the Friendship Library on Wednesdays, July 10 – 31 from 3 – 4 pm and learn the Basics of Dance with Mr. Al. Ages 11 & up, only 10 spots available so sign up quick! Visit the library with a parent to sign up during library hours.
Come be a part of something new, a Cookbook Club is just what your looking for! Thursday, January 24 @ 6:30 p.m. @ the Friendship Free Library will be an introductory meeting to get it started. Come with your opinion on books to use, time & date to meet and bring a friend!
Friendship Free Library would like to make it clear to patrons and potential users of the fingerprinting service that the library is merely a site for the fingerprinting service. The library does not perform this service, nor can we set up an appointment or make changes to your appointments. IdentoGo (MorphoTrust USA) uses a room… Read more
Interested in battling, trading cards, or just hanging out and talking about Pokémon? Then come to the Friendship Free Library on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-7 p.m. for the Pokémon Club. Pokémon characters and logos are trademarks of Pokémon company and Nintendo.
Is your child a reluctant or struggling reader? Consider bringing them to the Friendship Library on Wednesday evenings beginning at 6:30 p.m. for Tales to Tails, where your child can practice their reading skills by reading to our canine friend Jackson. Call the library at (585)973-7724 with any questions, and please be sure to call… Read more
Did you know that there are Judo classes for kids at the Friendship Library on Tuesday evenings? Pre-K to 3rd grade class runs from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. and class for 4th grade and up meets from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. The cost is $6 per session, plus $1 if you rent a gi. There… Read more
We have 2 Kindle Fire Kids tablets available for kids ages 5 & up, and a tablet for teens and adults to use as well. In order to use these, patrons must have a library card in good standing (less than $5 in fines). They must also sign our Electronic Device Borrowing Policy (patrons ages… Read more