Today's EventsEvent Calendar
High school kids meet in the program room at Stamford Centre Library to eat, read, relax and chat during their scheduled lunch break.
Water Drum Making Workshop with Taohyagedo (Andy) Thomas. Andy will take you through the history and teachings of the On^yota'a:ka language while making a water drum. Participants will make a Large Sized Water Drum (prepared kits). This is a two-day workshop and participants must be able to commit to both days. Wednesday February 26th, 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm (please make your own arrangements for lunch) AND Thursday February 27th, 2020 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Registration required and limited seats. Eventbrite registration link below. https://nfpl.info/waterdrum
Join other crafters, knitters, crocheters and artists for an afternoon of sharing and learning. Bring your tools and supplies and spend the afternoon sharing patterns, ideas and more. No registration required.
Book clubs are a great way to meet people who share your passion for reading. We have several groups that meet once a month from October to May for an enthusiastic discussion. Registration opens on Tuesday, Sep 3 and can be done in person at any Library location or online. Registration required.
Want to learn to sew or would you like a refresher on how to use a sewing machine? Our introduction to sewing course will cover the basics of threading the machine, basic stitches and more. All materials provided.
Drop in for all kinds of fun, including video games, board games, LEGO and more!
A chance for kids to work on their cursive writing skills and become more creative writers. Ages 6+. Registration required.
Turn your imagination into art! We supply everything you need. All ages. No registration required.
Onondaga Version of Creation and Discussion of Clans with Hode’hnyahä:dye’ Hugh Burnam, Mohawk, Wolf Clan from the Onondaga Nation Ganakdagweniyo’geh The Onondaga (Onoñda’gega’ or the People of the Hills) the Keepers of the Central Fire of the Haudenosaunee, understand Creation as a mutual relationship between Mother Earth and all of life through reciprocity and gratitude. Come hear an Onondaga version of the Creation Story and learn some Onondaga langauge in the teachings. Eventbrite registration link below. https://nfpl.info/creationclans
Learn how to use Ancestry Library Edition to aid in genealogical research. This database is available to use free of charge at our library locations. There is a limit of 6 people per class and each person will have access to a computer for hands-on training. Registration required.