On June 25th, Perry Ground of Talking Turtle Stories performed some Haudenosaunee (also known as Iroquois) stories for us! He told us about Sky Woman, how bear got a short tail, and coyote and the stars. Perry Ground is an Indigenous Cultural Educator and Storyteller from the Onondaga Nation who likes to tell stories in an energetic and fun way.
June 25 @ 1 pm – Talking turtle stories by Perry Ground Perry Ground is an Onondaga Traditional Storyteller and Cultural Educator from the Turtle Clan of the Haudenosaunee (sometimes known as Iroquois) Confederation. He tells stories in a high energy and entertaining way for listeners of all ages. We hope to see you there! This project is made possible
We are pleased to announce our Summer Program Series for 2022! June 25 @ 1 pm – Perry Ground – Talking Turtle Stories July 14 @ 3 pm – Animal Draw! – M.B. Dolan August 3 @ 4 pm – Didgeridoo Down Under – Darren Liebman September 3 @ 1 pm – Cuisle Mo Chroi (Irish Music) – with Cathy
We are now offering a seed bank! Through funding from the Foundation for Southern Tier Libraries, we are able to offer an arrangement of seeds for your personal gardens. We have small and large packets of seeds for gardens of all sizes. We will also be sharing videos on our social media accounts about how to grow plants inside and
We are now offering monthly subscription boxes! Each month you will received 3-5 books chosen by staff, a craft, a bookmark, and some treats! This program begins May 1 so make sure to sign up here or at the front desk to reserve your spot.
We have a new recycling program at the library! We will take smartphones, toner, iPods, etc: it’s all listed on the box! Please remember to remove personal data from devices before recycling.
JUST A REMINDER; During Homecomer’s July 31st the Library will be having a book sale out front. We will also have a silent action and have some refreshments. In the Auditorium we will have past years yearbooks on display… We also have extra copies of recent years for the taking. The following list are copies we have available, but some
The Friendship Free Library is once again participating in the State wide library Summer reading program. Children ages 4 years to 18 years can register for the program. The program runs through August 28 so there is still plenty of time left to sign up, do some reading and earn library cash to get fun prizes.
The library’s current hours are 11 am to 3 pm Tuesday & Thursday, and Wednesdays from 1 pm – 6 pm. The front door is now open, and an appointment to enter the library is no longer required. A mask covering your mouth and nose must be worn to enter the library; if you cannot wear a mask, we can