On Monday, August 21, at 1:30pm, come to the library and receive a free pair of solar viewing glasses courtesy of a mini-grant from NASA. Watch NASA program about the total eclipse on our huge, flat screen TV. Then, go … Continue reading Solar Eclipse Viewing
If you attend the eclipse programming beginning at 1:30 pm on Monday, August 21, you will be able to receive solar eclipse glasses if you are among the first 200 people to arrive. This is now the only way you can receive free solar eclipse glasses from the library. So, if you are planning on viewing the eclipse and need glasses, please come to the library on Monday to participate in our activities and view the eclipse from Library Hill. If you cannot come to the library, make sure you do not view the eclipse without protection. Instead, make a … Continue reading Solar Eclipse Glasses
Thursday, August 17: Noon: Friends Book Discussion. This month’s book will be: “The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir” by Jennifer Ryan. Thursday, August 17: 1 pm: Friends of Macedon Public Library Meeting. Join a group of people dedicated to working on … Continue reading Friends of Macedon Public Library Book Discussion/Meeting
Wednesday, August 16: Noon-4 pm. Come to the library to build with LEGOs,. We also have a fun LEGO-themed game you can play that will have you bending, twisting and stretching! Continue reading Lego Day: Build, Bend and Stretch!
Tuesday, August 15: 6 pm. All children who participated in summer reading are invited to this celebration. Cake and refreshments will be served. Continue reading Summer Reading Party
Saturday, August 12: 2 pm. Your struggling reader may enjoy sharing a story with a non-judgmental listener. Or your advanced reader may just want to share stories with a furry friend. All ages are invited to read to our therapy … Continue reading Puppy Tales
Dear Library Supporter, Did you know the Macedon Public Library serves all 9,140 residents of the Town of Macedon and countless others from surrounding communities? From the period of August 2016 through July 2017, the following statistics were compiled: 101,326 items were borrowed. 73,521 people came through our doors. 226 people signed up for library cards. 6,890 sessions were tracked on our wifi and public computers. 8,104 people participated in one of our many programs. In July, we had the largest number of materials borrowed of any Wayne County Library. We loaned 9,787 items and had 7,340 people of … Continue reading A Letter from the Director