Basic Computer Skills Workshop

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.

Summer happenings…

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.


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.

Children’s Corner


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”)