Need help on the computer? The Delevan-Yorkshire Public Library is offering a Basic Computer Skills Workshop on Thursday, May 26th 6-8 pm OR Saturday, June 11th 9-11 am. This is a free class. Don Ptak, Librarian at Letchworth Middle School & High School, will be the instructor. The workshop will include: basic email information, effectively searching the internet, avoiding scams, creating documents in Microsoft Word & sending via email, navigating websites such as Social Security website, applying for jobs online and any other computer tasks you may need help with. Please call the library at 716-492-1961 to reserve a spot.
2022 Summer Reading Program Activities
Save the dates…
- Cookie cut-out sea creatures w/ Cake Eaters Bakery –Thurs, July 14th (6 pm)
- Self-guided Ocean Craft –Sat, July 16th (9-12)
- Ocean pattern-pillow making-Tues, July 26th 6:30 pm
- Repco Wildlife visit the DYPL (w/real animals)-Sat, Aug 13th 10am
- Sea Scape T-shirt Decorating -TBD
- Outside story walks are back-all summer
- and more fun activities…stay tuned…
Acoustic Music Jam
Delevan-Yorkshire Public Library
(28 School St. Delevan, NY)
Fridays, May 13th & 27th (6:30-8:30 pm)
(2nd & 4th Fridays of every month)
Sing along, play along, or just listen; bring a song or learn a new one! Players of acoustic instruments, singers, and toe-tappers of all levels, styles and ages are welcome. Contact the library for more information at (716) 492-1961.
“By participating in this survey, you will help us understand more about issues relating to broadband availability and adoption in your county and in New York. Thank you for your help!”
–New York State Broadband Assessment Program
All are welcome to attend the Delevan-Yorkshire Public Library’s Community Craft Day on the third Saturday of every month from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm in the Anderson Room. Bring your crafts and enjoy the company of other crafters. Preregistration is required to save your spot. Please call 716-492-1961 to sign up or for more information.
This month’s spotlight is on books about horses. “My Aunt Aldora gave me a tiny horse…’Where did you get him?’ I asked. ‘On a hidden Greek island,’ she said. ‘I brought him home for you because I know how you like wonderous things…'” Eve Bunting (“Thunder Horse”)
Curbside pickup is still available if you would prefer this to coming into the library. Please call the library to schedule a pickup.