Camillus, New York 13031 Monday – Thursday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Phone: 315-672-3661 Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Click on the calendar at left or here to see what's happening at the library this month and beyond.
Click on a single event to learn more about it and to register.
An Australian couple rescue a baby adrift in a rowboat and raise the child as their own in this adaptation of the novel by M.L. Stedman. (2016; PG-13; 133 min.)
Seating is limited, so please reserve your place online or by calling 315-672-3661.
The Fine Arts faculty of the West Genesee Central School District will display artwork by several teachers in the Community Room. Work by district students will be on display throughout the library on a rotating basis by school. Stonehedge Elementary exhibits March 14 through 23, followed by East Hill Elementary March 28 through April 6.
Parents are welcome to bring cameras to the student exhibits.
In this workshop for parents and students, consultant John Decker of College Assistance Plus helps families research colleges that fit their financial and academic needs.
Join us for a great book chat.
The group reads a variety of genres, from literary fiction to suspenseful bestsellers. Copies of this month’s selection, The Obituary Writer by Ann Hood, and reading guides are available at the desk. All are welcome.
Unraveling Yarns is Maxwell's mystery with knitting book club.
All book selections have a mystery or suspense theme. Bring your needlework and unravel a different plot each month. Stop in at Maxwell for a copy of next month’s book, Hunting Badger by Tony Hillerman, and a reading guide. Non-knitters are also welcome.
Registration is not required for either book club, but please sign up using the online calendar so we can order enough copies of each book.
Sean Byrne, financial advisor with Edward Jones, will host an informal educational session on 529 plans.
The Board of Trustees meets on the third Monday of each month unless stated otherwise. The public is welcome to attend.
If you would like to address the board or request a topic to be put on the agenda, please contact director Katy Benson at least one week before the meeting.
It seems like everyone is using Facebook these days to stay in touch with old friends, children, and grandchildren. In the past four years, Facebook users age 55 and older have been the fastest growing age group. Tech Clerk Pete will go over how to set up an account, use basic features, set privacy settings, and close accounts..
Call for your 45-minute one-on-one class with Lois. No question is too basic! Learn email, web surfing, and mouse tricks. Taught on our PCs or your laptop.
Lois will focus on questions about using the Internet at this session. Please save questions about digital library books, tablets and smartphones for Rena, Pete, or other staff.
Remembering Camillus is a project to collect, share and archive stories of Camillus residents about their lives here – growing up, working, playing, worshiping, going to school, raising families. Please call the library if you'd like to record your Camillus memories.
We have two iPads and a Microsoft Surface set up and waiting for you to use!
Check out the Kids and Teens page for information about:
Story Time Dates & Times with updates and cancellations.
Programs for Kids and Families - including our Saturday Movie Matinee.
Please keep your email address current on your library card account.
When renewing items online, please make sure to check that they did, in fact, renew.
Please allow mail from email@example.com
Renewals, holds, other account transactions cannot be done by email. Please call the library, or visit www.onlib.org to complete these transactions.
Roses at Maxwell by Rena Brower
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Created September 30, 2003
Updated January 31, 2017