We Are Open!

The Library building is now open to the public with new hours!

**MASKS REQUIRED FOR EVERYONE AGE 2 & OVER, NO EXCEPTIONS**

DUE TO THE CURRENT RISE IN COVID 19 CASES IN OUR COMMUNITY, CURBSIDE PICKUP IS AVAILABLE  FOR THOSE WHO PREFER NOT TO ENTER THE BUILDING.   Click here for more information.

 

 

 

NEW HOURS:

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.

 

COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION

With the arrival of COVID-19 vaccines you may have questions regarding your eligibility and where to obtain a vaccine. To determine your eligibility check here. If you are currently eligible you will be directed to a location to schedule an appointment. Appointments are required!


For answers to all your COVID-19 questions check the CDC and our local Health Department website. These sites continue to be updated as information changes.

Stay safe and stay well!

Together We Read

February 10 – 24 the title Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn will be available for unlimited access through Overdrive and the Libby App. 

Together We Read is a two-week digital book club that connects readers from the U.S. with the same ebook at the same time with no waitlists or holds. This is a free program. Simply visit our  website or your Libby app February 10-24 to download your ebook!

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Leaving Our Fingerprints

  A People’s History of COVID-19

“Help make history by sharing your story of the COVID-19 pandemic. Just as we relied on information about the Spanish Flu epidemic in 1917-1918 to inform our response to COVID-19, future generations may benefit from understanding what we experienced. By collecting your stories, we become witnesses-to-history, providing insight into daily life during this global pandemic and adding to the historic record.” (quote from survey)

For more information visit the Leaving Our Fingerprints website here.

Please click here to contribute to this exciting effort to preserve the history of this challenging period in our history.