Stop into the library on Wednesday, May 25th at 7 pm when Community Nutrition Educator Rebecca Crawford will present Physical Activity Is Key to Living Well. Participants will learn the benefits of physical activity and the specific recommendations for aerobic and strengthening activities; learn how to do strength–training activities; and learn how to develop and maintain a successful plan for physical activity. We will use resistance bands for the strengthening exercises. This program is made possible by the Cornell Cooperative Extension Cayuga and the Finger Lakes Regional Eat Smart New York grant.
We're getting ready for summer! That means our last regular storytime sessions for the spring are meeting this week in the Children's Room. Books and Babies, Toddler Storytime, and Preschool Storytime are ending but will return in the fall. In the meantime, watch for our Summer Reading Kickoff on Saturday, June 25!
Lydia Rosell has been actively involved with Auburn’s Fort Hill Cemetery for many years as a volunteer and historian. Join us on Wednesday, May 18 at 7 pm as she shares her knowledge about the cemetery’s rich history. A portion of her Fort Hill Cemetery historical materials will be on display during the presentation. Rosell is the author of Auburn’s Fort Hill Cemetery.