Thursday, September 16, 2010

Upcoming October, November and December Events

On three Thursday evenings at 7pm in October (October 7, 14 and 21), Aimee Walrath of Scientific Paranormal will discuss Paranormal Activities. Her three weekly talks will include “Understand the Paranormal”, “Evidence Collection” and “Debunking or Finding Natural Explanations for Paranormal Events”. Founded in Syracuse in 2007, Scientific Paranormal is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing scientific answers to unexplained phenomena to alleviate the fear and misunderstanding associated with this. The group uses the latest in audio, visual, and other specialty equipment in order to locate natural sources for claims of paranormal activity.

Thursday, November 4th at 7pm, the library will host Julie Rimmel for a wonderful presentation on “Holiday ABC Books”. Mrs. Rimmel has a collection of alphabet books from throughout the ages and she will share some of her favorites. While children are welcomed, this program is designed for an adult audience.

If you have been thinking about creating your holiday gifts this year, join the Canastota Library Knitters for a special evening presentation on “Creating Potato Chip Scarves.” On Thursday, November 11th at 7pm, the Library Knitters would be honored to instruct you! You will need to bring 8 oz. of a sport yarn as well as #4 Knitting Needles. Please RSVP by calling 697-7030 so the Knitters will know how many people to expect.

The Fourth Annual Victorian Holiday Tea will be held on Sunday, December 5th beginning at 1:30 pm in the Lawson Community Room. Hostess Kathy Bruno has a craft, games, teas and desserts planned for this special day. Bring your daughter, mother, grandmother, favorite aunt or special friend to this fun holiday event! Tickets are $5 per person and should be reserved prior to the date of the tea. Please contact the library at 697-7030 for reservations.

On Friday, December 17th, join us for a presentation on “A Century of Hats”. The presenter, Marlene Miner of Morrisville will be showing us fashionable hats from the last 100 years. This free presentation will be held on December 17th at 10:30 am in the Lawson Community Room.

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