The 2019-20 season will continue at 8 a.m. each Thursday in March in a new location, Room 016 in the Nancy Cantor Warehouse. The room is directly off of the Fayette Street entrance or a short walk down the stairs or elevator ride from the Washington Street entrance. March 19 will honor Women’s History Month and welcome Carol Faulkner, associate dean and professor of history, to speak about women’s suffrage and the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.Find out more »
The Recovery Center provides a safe space to support individuals in all stages of recovery from substance use disorders or behavioral health challenges. Learn about the center’s various programs, meetings and special events that are inclusive to the enter recovery community. Their purpose is to help the individual and their support network develop the skills they require to maintain a successful recovery. Meets in Level 1.Find out more »
Attorneys from the Consumer Legal Advocacy Resource Office (CLARO) will be on hand to provide free legal advice and help with drafting court forms for those fighting debt. Volunteers assist with court cases or judgments related to credit card debt, medical debt, student loans, car loans, utilities collections, lines of credit and charge accounts. This program is offered in collaboration with Syracuse FEC (Financial Empowerment Center). No appointment necessary. Meets in the Community Room, Level 1.Find out more »
Staff from the Syracuse Chapter of Easterseals NY will be on hand to assist veterans in obtaining free services for those who are disabled, homeless or at risk of losing housing and facing other barriers to employment. Open to all veterans. Meets in Level 1.Find out more »
Ever wonder how you can make a tower out of bubbles? We’ve got the answer. Join library staff for this activity intended for ages 5 to 12. Meets in the KidSpace, Level 2.Find out more »
The 2019-20 season will continue at 8 a.m. each Thursday in March in a new location, Room 016 in the Nancy Cantor Warehouse. The room is directly off of the Fayette Street entrance or a short walk down the stairs or elevator ride from the Washington Street entrance. March 26 Chancellor Kent Syverud and Matt Ter Molen, chief advancement officer, are scheduled to speak about the state of the university and what it means to be “forever orange.”Find out more »
Need help with your legal problems? Volunteer lawyers will answer your questions on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Legal Services of Central New York will be temporarily shifting online and via phone to help ensure the safety of its attorneys, staff & the community during this unprecedented time. If you need legal help on a new matter, complete an ONLINE INTAKE at http://lscny.org/intake or call (315) 703-6500.Find out more »
Health educator Mallory will distribute information, answer questions and be available to talk to teens one-on-on. If appropriate, referrals will be made to partner agencies for additional service needs. Meets in TeenSpace, Level 1.Find out more »
Join faith leaders, community leaders and residents united in prayer for the city of Syracuse from 11:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 28, at the entrance to lower Onondaga Park, 655 W. Onondaga St.Find out more »
“The Cross & The Lynching Tree" by James H. Cone will be the book under discussion for the ACTS “Race Matters” Book Club during March. ACTS welcomes all readers to meet 7 p.m. March 30, at Hopps Memorial CME Church, 1110 S. State St. Parking lot is accessible by entrance off Burt Street.Find out more »