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COLUMN: Library Focus - Make the most of your life at the library

— If at first your class was cancelled…

Louise was sick last month, but genealogy fans still eager for a guided tour of Cyndi’s list have another chance from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13. Registration is required so sign up soon to save your spot.

Mystery Readers

Keep up with the best mystery stories out there. March's mystery for discussion (at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 14) is “Skeleton Hill,” by Peter Lovesey. All are welcome.

Cardmaking

The creativity continues at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 14, as Missy Shipman leads another session on hand crafting cards. There is a $15 materials cost for this course; registration is required.

Make a storage basket

Get a head start on spring cleaning by building a nifty new storage basket at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 16. Sandee of Cherished Baskets will provide instruction and materials for you to make the basket measuring 12”x10”x9” – it’s great for stowing and transporting odds and ends such as books, toys, games, etc. with convenient open handles for easy carrying. There is a $35 materials fee for this project and registration is required.

Celtic Celidh

Enjoy a herd of harps, little sprites jigging, and green refreshments on St. Patrick's Day! For the past several years, the Baldwinsville Public Library has held a Celtic Céilidh on the Sunday before St. Pat’s Day. This year Sunday is St. Patty's Day and we again feature the Gail Lyons Harp Ensemble, local Irish dance school Rince Na Sonas and the Syracuse Irish Session Musicians. The party is free and Irish-themed refreshments will be available throughout the afternoon.

Papercrafting

Join fellow papercrafting enthusiasts for a creative activity at 10 a.m. Monday, March 18. From office to ornamental, scrapbooks to stationery, you can make beautiful paper art under the guidance of Missy Shipman. There is a $20 materials fee for materials you will get to keep and registration is required.

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