In the last week, I've seen snow and sunshine outside my window but the weather in the library itself is warming up with a colorful display of art by B'ville's younger artists. We also have a plethora of great programs for all ages celebrating National Library Week and the upcoming school break, so come on down and join the fun.
Last call for photo submissions
All submissions for the Baldwinsville Teen Photo Contest are due in by 4 p.m. April 16 at the library. Submission and subject consent forms are available in the young adult area at the library or you can print them from our web site:
bville.lib.ny.us/Photo Contest Form.pdf
Improve your computer skills
Beginners topics are offered Wednesdays and Intermediate to Advanced classes are on Fridays. All classes are free, but registration is required. Call 635-5631 or email us at
to sign up for the following options, each held at 1:30 p.m.: Web Basics Wednesday April 13; Scanning Documents Friday April 15; Backing Up Your Computer Wednesday April 20; Ebooks! Wednesday April 27; and Learning Express Online Friday April 29.
It takes a village and sometimes a library to help you get all those family chores under control. Whether it's disciplining difficult children or helping tame unruly records, the library is here to lend a hand. Speaker Ward Haverson introduces Simple Three, a technique to end your kids' oppositional behavior, often within a week, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday April 13 in the Community Room.
Genealogist Louise Creighton teaches how to make the most of genealogy resources at this and other local libraries at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday April 13. Registration is required.
Job Club meets at 1 p.m. April 14 to give job hunters a place to seek information, networking and support.