The Barker Library would like to welcome our patrons back to the Library!
The Library building is now open to the public with new hours!
***MASKS REQUIRED FOR EVERYONE AGE 2 & OVER***
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday – 10 am – 3 pm
Tuesday & Thursday – 2 pm – 6 pm
Saturday 10 am – 2 pm
Please call us with any questions you may have @ 716-672-8051.
Join us for our next session of virtual storytime on ZOOM!
We’ll read stories together on the following mornings at 10:30 am:
- Monday, October 5th
- Friday, October 9th
- Friday, October 16th
- Monday, October 19th
- AND Friday, October 23rd
And we’ll still be doing crafts together!
Craft Supply bags will be available for pickup at the Library by Monday, October 5th to go along with instructional videos posted on the Library’s Facebook page on Wednesdays, October 7th, 14th, and 21st.
*Craft supply bags available while supplies last!
All programs are FREE of charge. All children welcome.
To register, please send an email including child’s name and a phone number to email@example.com.
Congratulations to Barker Library patron, Helen Burlett, winner of the CCLS 2020 Adult Book Review Contest!
Helen has a lifelong love of reading inspired by her mother, Anna. She is an active member of four area book clubs. Helen submitted 8 book reviews this summer to win the contest and received the prize of an Amazon gift card. Learn more about Helen here.
Your Vote is Your Voice!
Be sure to register if you have not already.
Registration applications are available at your local library.
For all the details on voting including how to request an absentee ballot click here.
Not sure if you are registered? Visit vote.org to verify.
Come and see our demonstration tent each Saturday morning
, weather permitting, from 9:00-1:00 at the Fredonia Farmers’ Market! Each weekend we will feature a different craft or activity relating to local history, along with an information table and a rolling yard sale.
Follow us on our new Facebook page as we highlight artifacts from our collection, examine the experiences of past Fredonians, and post news and updates about the museum!