PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
This group meets the first Monday of every month at 1:00 p.m., unless otherwise indicated on the calendar. Discussions should begin again in September. A wide variety of books have been read over the years with a matching variety of opinions shared. The upcoming books and their dates of discussion are listed below:
|Nature of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner||2/7/2022|
|Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate||3/7/2022|
|Sandcastle Girls by Chris Bohjalian||4/4/2022|
|Henna Artist by Alka Joshi||5/2/2022|
|My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell you She’s Sorry by Frederik Backman||6/6/2022|
|The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin||7/11/2022|
|Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy||8/1/2022|
|Rose Code by Kate Quinn||9/12/2022|
|The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides||10/3/2022|
Medina Historical Society
Monday, January 31
Join us for the Medina Historical Society’s Annual Show and Tell presentation. Bring an item that has a story you want to share and enjoy listening to everyone else’s stories.
Are you a first-time home schooler or a seasoned vet? Finding a community of like-minded homeschoolers in your area can be the difference between feeling isolated and drained and feeling empowered and encouraged. Join us with your questions or experiences. The ability to ask questions and share experiences makes homeschooling feel less overwhelming. Call 798-3430 to register for this free program.
February 1 – March 31
Winter reading challenge for adults. Stop in to pick up a game board and join the challenge. Read to earn a chance to win a prize.
Tuesday, February 8, 5-7
Saturday, February 12, 1-3
The Orleans County Digital Literacy Initiative was created to help educate individuals about digital applications. Mentors will help instruct you on all aspects of computers, including how to buy a computer, accessing online information, setting up accounts, sending emails, and safely using social media, among many other things. You are welcome to make an appointment by calling 798-4265 ext. 146. This is a free community service.
Alcohol Ink Painting
Saturday, February 12
Paint a landscape with alcohol inks. All supplies will be provided. Registration is required. For ages 10+
Thursday, February 17
Learn about the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s. This program is virtual and requires registration.
What does that Say? Deciphering Records
Tuesday, February 22
Learn about records that can be used in genealogy and how to figure out what they mean. Registration is required.
Medina Historical Society: Letters Alive
Monday, February 28
Share your old letters with us at our next meeting. All are welcome to attend.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Tech Tutor is free 1 on 1 computer assistance by appointment. We offer assistance with your technical problems, such as setting up an e-mail account, answering software questions, tablet, Kindle or NOOK help, or questions regarding our Digital Media Lab. You will be asked to pay for copies if any printing is necessary. You may bring your own device or utilize our equipment. Depending on the type of help required, your device may be necessary for us to assist you. Tech Tutor is offered by appointment every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1:00 – 3:00 in 30-minute sessions. You are limited to one session per week. When scheduling your session, please indicate the problem you are having so we can better assist you.
The Puzzle Table is back open for anyone who would like to work on it.
Can I recommend programs for the library?
Yes, we would be interested in hearing any ideas you may have. Simply fill out the survey and submit it.