Improve your social network right here at the library. We can show you how to use your computer to improve your connections with Facebook and other social networking sites. Better yet, we provide face to face social networking for every age with story times, book groups, workshops, job clubs, craft groups and live entertainment.
Facebook is more than a multi-million dollar cash cow for nerdy geniuses. The right presence on social network sites can improve your employment prospects or make it easier to keep up with friends and colleagues. Get started by creating a Facebook account at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 17.
Thanksgiving Open Mike
Thanksgiving should be about more than food and football. Get a jump on the season by joining us for music, fellowship and delicious cookies at our long running, live entertainment program at 7 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 17. Performer sign-in begins at 6:30 p.m.
Jobseekers lifeline is shifting to Thursdays this month to accommodate the book sale and other special events, so please mark your calendars and update your Outlook. At 1 p.m. Thursday Nov. 18, we'll discuss Networking over the Holidays.
BPL Friends present: Rediscovering the American Venus
Oswego County Historian Justin White will tell the poignant story of Audrey Munson, an artist's model and silent film actress, who posed for some of New York City's most famous sculptures at 10 a.m. Thursday Nov. 18. Suggested $1 donation for the library Friends group, is requested.
Harvest a new crop of interesting anime at 3:30 p.m. Thursday Nov. 18 when we meet for the November edition of Onondaga Otaku.
Three to five year olds with caregivers are invited to enjoy Thanksgiving-themed stories and crafts in our Story Room at 10 a.m. Friday Nov. 19. Preregister at the circulation desk or call 635-5631.