Things are getting hectic folks. It's a great time to drop in. Check out our current art show and the holiday decorations. While you're here you can pick up some cozy reads a little music for after dinner or a flick or two to keep the troops busy while you catch up with holiday chores.
Facebook is a great way to make instant connections to distant friends and share some of those photos you don't have time to e-mail or post on Flickr. Join us at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 15 to learn how to Share Your Photos on Facebook - bring your Facebook logon info and some digital pictures, and we'll help you put them up to share.
Bring your needlework, crochet or knitting and join others with an interest in stitchery at 7 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 15.
Hope is a muscle
With the holidays ahead and unemployment still high, keeping a good attitude is more crucial than ever. Let us help. At 1 p.m. Thursday Dec. 16, we invite you to a reprise of How to Hope, practical ways to keep your energy and motivation in difficult circumstances. Two weeks later, at 1 p.m. Thursday Dec. 30, we'll teach you how to discover the right keywords to Catch an Employer's Eye.
Gotta catch 'em all
Relive those thrilling days of just barely yesteryear. This month, Onondaga Otaku revisits Pok mon by special request at 3:30 p.m. Thursday Dec. 16. Bring your cards, your favorite critters, wear your gear and rediscover a piece of your childhood. As always, the ramen is on us. Bring recruits and win prizes!
Bake it and they will build
Kids in third through sixth grades (with an adult) are invited to join Meg Van Patten to build gingerbread houses to add to your holiday decorations from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday Dec. 18. Please bring a bag of assorted candy to decorate your house. We'll provide the gingerbread and icing. Registration is required.