March 29,30 & April 4,5,6: The Montour Falls Library will hold its Spring Book Sale at St. Paul’s Parish House on Genesee Street in Montour Falls from 10:00-5:00 each day. There will be a wide selection of fiction, non-fiction, biographies, children’s, and large print books, also music Cd’s and DVD”s. Come in and look around and find some Summer reading.
March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29: The Montour Falls Library will resume the basic computer classes offered by JobLink. These first classes are for beginners to help with skills for communication and job searches. They will be Internet 2, All about Email, Word1, 2 and 3. These classes are free and open to all. The classes will be at 1:00 on Friday.
March 5: This is the first of our weekly Toddler Time. Tuesdays mornings will be devoted to toddlers and Infant Lap Time will continue on Thursday mornings, both are at the Montour Falls Library at 10:30. We welcome all to come and share stories and songs.
March 7: The Montour Falls Library will host a support group for individuals who have a intolerance to gluten. This group will meet once a month on the first Thursday of each month at 1:00. All are welcome to and share information and help each other find solutions to this health issue.
March 13: ”Song and Story with Lisa Fernandez” on March 13, 2013 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM in Montour Falls Library. Once a month Lisa Fernandez of Compost Theater will bring a hour of rhyming and silly songs to the After School Program at the Library with her little blue ukulele.
March 19: This month’s Local History Talk at the Montour Falls Library will be at 7:00. The Iroquois Before and After Their Encounter with the Europeans-Engagements beyond Epidemics, 1534-1701. The presentation will focus on new evidence concerning how the Iroquois people coped with population losses stemming from introduced European diseases and employed indigenous cultural concepts to undertake dramatic geographical expansion of their homelands during the early contact period. Jon Parmenter, Associate Professor at Cornell will present and also have his book,The edge of the woods: The Iroquoia, 1534-1701, will be available for purchase and signing. 7:00
March 22: The Montour Falls Library Story Telling Circle will meet at 6:00. All are welcome, who love stories and storytelling. This group is guided by Eliud and Meredith Nieves. We are all picking a personal memory and working on the process of making it into a story.
March 26: The Havana Book Club will meet at 6:00 at the Montour Falls Library. This month’s author is Amy Tan. You may choose from any of her books and many titles are at the Library. The Joy Luck Club,The Kitchen God’s Wife,The Hundred Secret Senses, The Bonesetter’s Daughter, and Saving Fish From Drowning. She has received many awards over her writing career, and has a new novel out this year,The Valley of Amazement. She has also written children’s stories many non-fiction works. We encourage you to choose any of her books and come join us discuss her work.
March 29,30,& April 4,5,6: The Montour Falls Library will hold it’s Spring Book Sale at St. Paul’s Parish House on Genesee Street in Montour Falls from 10:00-5:00 each day. There will be a wide selection of fiction, non-fiction, biographies, children’s, and large print books, also music Cd’s and DVD”s. Come in and look around and find some Summer reading.
Every Monday and Wednesday: The Montour Falls Memorial Library’s Historic Resource Room is open for research from 9 to 12 or by appointment. For more information, please call Carol Fagnan at 594-2062.
Every Tuesday: “Open Sketch” at the Montour Falls Library will be hosted by John Hunt, a local self taught artist. 3:00 every week and open to all ages and levels. Please bring your own supplies and drop by. 546-2338
Every Wednesday: The Montour Falls Library will have its first after school program on September 5. The “O Best Beloved” After School Story Time will be at 3:30 every week. This story time will be very relaxed with stories, a time to listen to the children’s day and find books for home.
Every Thursday: Infant Lap Time at the Montour Falls Library at 10:30 a.m. A program designed for newborns and up including music, stories and sharing of information and resources for new parents.
Every Saturday: Family Story Time at the Montour Falls Library at 10:30 is a weekly Story Time designed for reading, socializing, and resources for families within the community. Open to children of all ages.