Programs & Events

Coloring Club for Adults
Every Wednesday 

The group is open to anyone who enjoys coloring for relaxation or creative expression. You can bring your own coloring book and color pencils but the library will provide coloring pages and pencils and crayons for the meeting. The group will meet every Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 in the Creation Station. For more information, please call the Library’s Information Services Department at 607-778-6451.

Library Loyalty Program
June 18- August 31

We are offering a loyalty program this summer for adults.  Pick up a loyalty card at the Circulation or Information desk and receive a stamp for every book or DVD that you check out, Children's books are not eligible for a stamp.  You will also get a stamp for every Adult Library program that you attend and if you use a Library computer.  When you fill your card, just turn it in at the Circulation desk.  We will have three raffles throughout the summer for $50 gift cards to your choice of Barnes &Noble, Broadway Binghamton, Cyber Cafe, Imagicka, Music City, Touch or Texas or Sound Go-Round.  For more information, please call the Information Desk at 778-6451.

Knitting Group
August 21

The group is open to knitters of all skill levels. Bring a project to work on during the meeting.  The group also works on various charity projects throughout the year. Click here for PDF copies of the patterns for the charity projects. Contact Sherry Kowalski at 778-6451 or with any questions.

Concert in the Garden: Tangled String Theory
August 23

All ages welcome to come listen to great music in our garden! In case of rain, the concert will be held in the Decker Room. Bring your own chair or blanket to enjoy the show. The trio consists of Trish Engelhard (vocals, fiddle, guitar), Jon Larcheveque (vocals, banjo), and Dannielle Swart (vocals, guitar, fiddle.) They play songs from the folk and bluegrass traditions, and we'll bring out the old favorites folks will remember and sing along on, or maybe even dance -- please do! For more information, please call the Library’s Information Services Department at 607-778-6451.

Hunry Ear
August 27

“The Hungry Ear,” celebrating the art of the short story, presents stories of Jewish humor.   "The Kugelmass Episode," by Woody Allen, about a college professor that seeks romance with the help of a magician and his magic box, will be read by Andy Horowitz.  "It’s a Lie," by Sholom Aleichem, is a tale of two strangers that meet on a train and try to have a conversation, will be told by Gil Choi. Judy McMahon and The Hungry Ear Readers have been giving dramatic readings since 2007. For further information, call the library at 607-778-6451.

The Etruscans
August 30

The presentation will be given by Dr. Timothy P. Bridgman, a local published professional Historian and Reference Librarian at the Broome County Public Library. It will focus on the history of the Etruscans and their origins from the earliest times until the Roman conquest. Registration is required; please call the Information Desk at 778-6451.

Children's and Young Adult Programs & Events

Please see the following for information on Children's or Young Adult programs and events.