Stories from Home- Carla Z

We’re stuck at home away from friends and family in the wake of canceled plans. Carla’s Story from Home selection reminds us that it ‘could be worse’- like kicked in a snowball by an abominable snowman worse!

Stories from Home- Julia Shotzberger

Stories from Home

Week three of Stories from Home features our museum educator, Julia Shotzberger, reading ‘Prudy’s Problem and How She Solved It” by Carey Armstrong-Ellis. This tale is a store we’re all too familiar with at the library. What happens when you love to collect things?

Stories at Home- Mrs. Hill

Stories at Home

We miss sharing stories with our young readers so we’re bringing them to you from our homes. Check back each Friday for a story read from home by one of our Library staff.

This week Mrs. Hill shares a childhood memory when she reads The Brass Ring by  Nancy Tafuri.  Enjoy and happy reading!

Stories at Home- Ms Jenna

Stories at Home

We miss sharing stories with our young readers so we’re bringing them to you from our homes. Check back each Friday for a story read from home by one of our Library staff. 

This week Ms. Jenna kicks off our reads with Pokko and the Drum by Matthew Forsythe. Enjoy and happy reading!

Closing Statement from Library Director, Betsy Kennedy

After much consideration and fact-based guidance from the New York Library Association and MidYork Library System, the Library’s Board of Trustees has decided to temporarily close the Cazenovia Public Library. We understand closing the library building is a hardship and are sorry to have to take this action. It was a decision that is based on information from state and local officials.

Our community’s health depends on everyone staying away from close contact with others.

During this time the library is suspending due dates and fines. Please make use of all the wonderful online services (ie Libby, Hoopla, rBDigital, Heritage Quest).

The situation seems to change by the hour and we are carefully monitoring all the news and advice from officials. Updates will be posted on our website and Facebook pages.

Betsy Kennedy