Stop in this week for not one, but two great exhibits.
The photography exhibit featuring the talents of Baldwinsville teens will remain until the end of the month, but it will be joined this week by a special exhibit honoring the life and (of course) the stalking of the carp in honor of the return of the Carp Tournament to our fair village. Not interested in art or fish? Rest assured there's still plenty to interest you here at the library.
Get interview ready
Our Jobseeker's Lifeline is here to help improve your job prospects starting at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday May 12 with a free program on resume writing basics. Meet with Chris Aylward of PEACE at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday May 26 to plot your career path.
It doesn't take a genius to track down your family history, but it does take persistence, luck and help from fellow researchers. Learn new sites and skills and make new friends at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday May 12 as a local genealogist shows you the ropes in our computer lab. Seating is limited and registration is required for this hands on program.
The Mystery Readers meet at 10 a.m. the second Thursday of each month to sample some of the best puzzlers around. Join them May 13 as the group discusses "The Draining Lake," by Arnaldur Indri ason. New members and author suggestions are always welcome.
Stamp your page, not your feet
Looking for a fun, new hobby or a quick way to make an artistic statement without learning to paint? Join Missy Shipman at 7 p.m. May 13 for a class on rubber-stamping and card-making. You can also explore the world of scrapbooking with Missy at 7 p.m. May 27. Each program requires a $15 materials fee and registration is required.