Share your stories and insights on aging and listen to others. The Talking Circle format provides a place to be heard, and welcomes authentic voices and compassionate listening. Judith Lardner, a certified Circle facilitator, will lead the group. Registration required.
Prerequisite: Attendance at Excel 1.0 or a working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
This two-session class reviews using worksheets in an Excel file. Topics covered include adding, deleting, moving, naming, and linking worksheets. Basic charting, freezing panes, filtering data, and pivot tables will also be discussed. Limited registration. This is the second part of a two-part event. You can register for both parts under the event on June 18.
This group is dedicated to producing knitted items to benefit local charity organizations. Basic know-ledge of knitting is recommended. Please bring knitting needles and yarn. No registration required.
Trade in your gently-used children's books for some great new reads. Bring as many books as you'd like to swap. For all ages. No registration required.
Join us for cake as we kick off this year’s summer reading. Pick up information on Children’s, Tween & Teen, and Adult Summer Reading Programs. Drop in—No registration required.
Kick off summer reading by participating in summer camp-inspired activities including creating a solar s’more cooker and sharpie tie dye bandana. For students entering grades 6-12. Registration required.
Join us for a movie to kick off our Summer Reading Program: Libraries Rock! Call 585-249-5481 for tonight's title. All Ages. No registration required.
We will be discussing My Own Words by Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.
Need community service credits? PCL wants teen volunteers to help in the library. Students will straighten the Teen Place and help with various other library tasks. For students in grades 6-12. Registration required.
What would your life be like if you had an abundance of energy and vitality? Nourishment includes the food we eat as well as the choices we make in our lives. These choices can either energize us or drain us. Pam Gardephe, a certified health coach, will discuss the differences and how to make the right choices. She will also discuss bio-individuality, and the relationship between sugar and mood swings. No registration required.