Join us in a discussion of the civil rights movement, its leaders and impact on the present while creating beautiful embroideries featuring inspirational quotes. Register in the Makerspace or online at www.onlib.org/events/calendar. This program meets at Central’s first-floor MakerSpace.Find out more »
Make a dove of peace to honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights activists. For ages 5 and up.Find out more »
Community service providers will discuss health and quality of life issues for senior citizens. Specialists include medical, hospice and caregiver experts who will offer resources to help seniors with life challenges. Please register in advance by calling (315) 435-5326.Find out more »
Celebrate the spirit of peace and friendship that Martin Luther King Jr. was renowned for and for friendship bracelet activities. For ages 8 to 12.Find out more »
Come to KidSpace and create something honoring Dr. Martin Luther King’s message.
No registration required. Ages 5 and up. This program meets at Central’s second-floor
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream, what is yours? Join library staff for crafting and a
discussion where all will share their dreams for a better future. For ages 8 to 12.
Health plan enrollment is underway. Get your questions answered by a NYS Health
Department representative. You can enroll in a health plan on-site. This program meets
at Central’s first-floor Community Room.
ACR Health, a nonprofit organization serving nine counties in Central New York, offers a range of support services for people with chronic diseases, including HIV/Aids, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, substance use disorders and mental illness. Representatives will be on hand to assist people with chronic disease in securing housing, testing and treatment. No registration required.Find out more »
This free health and wellness event will feature food samplings, nutrition/exercise information, micro-massages, yoga and stretching demo and prizes and giveaways. RSVP to (315) 437-7091.Find out more »
Using children’s literature as their inspiration, library staff will explore foundational concepts of art, such as line, shape, color and texture. Attendees will use various media, including paint,
pencil, paper collages and found objects to experiment with. For all ages.