April 2019 Events
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MAY ENTREPRENEUR WORKSHOP SERIES
Wednesdays, May 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29
Are you thinking about starting your own business? Want some solid guidance? Or maybe you already have a business and want to brush up on the basics. The Entrepreneurial Workshop Series, held in conjunction with SCORE (the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors), has already helped several local businesses launch successfully.
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There is a $40 fee for the class series, which are partially funded from aid given to the library by former NYS senator Michael Nozzolio. Space is limited and registration is required. To register and pay, go to the Score of Greater Rochester website: https://greaterrochester.score.org/content/take-workshop-227
Mon. 4/1: Geri-Fit 10:15 am An exercise class for those age 55 and up. Promotes strength flexibility and better balance.
Mon. 4/1: Story Time 10:30 am Bring your children age 3-4 years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required, just drop-in.
Mon. 4/1: Macedon Senior Luncheon NOON
Mon. 4/1: POWs in Wayne County 1 pm Author Annette Harris will share stories of prisoner of war camps that existed within Wayne County during World War II. Find out how Italian and German POWs ended up working on farms in Wayne County. Annette
collected this information while doing research for her book, World War II Prisoner of War Camps in Wayne County, New York, and Their Prisoners. This is a drop-in program; registration not required.
Tues. 4/2: Story Time 3:15 pm Bring your children age two to three years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required. Just drop-in.
Wed. 4/3: Movie & Activity 3 pm Watch a family friendly movie. Do an activity following the movie. Public and homeschooled children in grades 3-5 welcome to attend.
Wed. 4/3: FLCC Microsoft Excel Training Workshop #3 6-8 pm: Participants will continue to work on their Excel skills. Must have been pre-registered for this workshop series to attend.
Thurs. 4/4: Geri-Fit 10:15 am An exercise class for those age 55 and up to promote strength and flexibility.
Thurs. 4/4: Mahjong 2 pm Play this ancient game of skill, luck and strategy. All skill levels welcome!
Fri. 4/5: Positively Teens 5-8 pm Teens and tweens in grade 6 and up will work on a project to benefit the community for the first two hours of the program. This month, Spring themed cards for the VA Hospital. The last hour will be spent eating pizza and hanging out together.
Students can earn community service credit if documentation is brought to the program. Space is limited. Registration and permission is required by Wednesday, April 3.
Sat. 4/6: Titanic with Kevin Clark 2 pm On April 15 1912, the Titanic met her watery grave. The ship built to last 100 years didn’t even manage to complete its maiden voyage. Find out more about this fascinating sea disaster. Teens and adults welcome to attend. Please call 315-986-5932 to register.
Mon. 4/8: Geri-Fit 10:15 am An exercise class for those age 55 and up to promote strength and flexibility.
Mon. 4/8: Story Time 10:30 am Bring your children age 3-4 years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required, just drop-in.
Tues. 4/9: Story Time 3:15 pm Bring your children age two to three years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required. Just drop-in.
Tues. 4/9: How to Build Your Own Rain Garden 6:30 pm Join Caroline Myers Kilmer, a local Certified Stormwater Consultant, to find out how to create a rain garden that will beautify your property and help to purify the water. Adults and teens age 16 and older are welcome to attend.. There is no fee to participate, but please call 315-986-5932 to register your attendance. Space is limited.
Wed. 4/10: Movie & Activity 3 pm Watch a family friendly movie. Do an activity following the movie. Public and homeschooled children in grades 3-5 welcome to attend.
Wed. 4/10: FLCC Microsoft Excel Training Workshop #4 6-8 pm: Participants will continue to work on their Excel skills. Must have been pre-registered for this workshop series to attend.
Thurs. 4/11: Geri-Fit 10:15 am An exercise class for those age 55 and up to promote strength, flexibility and balance. This will be the final class until May.
Thurs. 4/11: Mahjong 2 pm Play this ancient game of skill, luck and strategy. All skill levels welcome!
Thurs. 4/11: Crafty Capers 6 pm Create something beautiful to keep or give to a friend. Call the library to find out more details on what project has been planned: 315-986-5932.
Fri. 4/12: Great Gatsby Discussion & Afternoon Tea 1 pm Join us for a showing of the 2013 cinematic version of The Great Gatsby. Participants are also encouraged to read the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald classic, too. Following the screening, enjoy discussing the movie and book while enjoying an afternoon tea. Please call the library at 315-986-5932 to register your attendance.
Sat. 4/13: Puppy Tales 2 pm Are you looking for a great way to motivate your child to practice reading aloud? Drop into the library and your child can take a turn reading to one of the dogs at the library. This a great confidence builder for readers of all ages! No registration needed, just drop-in!
Sat. 4/13: Wooden Spring/Easter Egg Decorating Class 2 pm: Decorate a wooden egg using a combination of wax crayons, watercolor paints, and permanent markers - plus your own creativity! All materials are provided, and there is no fee to attend. Register in advance by visiting the library or call 315-986-5932. This program can be attended as an individual or as a family.
Mon. 4/15: Movie with Popcorn 2 pm: Individuals or families are welcome to attend this amusing, classic movie from 1934 starring Laurel and Hardy. This is the 85th Anniversary of this golden classic that is not to be missed. This could be a really fun way to spend the afternoon with a grandchild! Please call the library at 315-986-5932 to register.
Mon. 4/15 Macedon Senior Dinner 5 pm
Tues. 4/16: Story and a Special, Earth Friendly Craft to Share 3 pm Children age 4 to 9 years of age will enjoy hearing The Carrot Seed read aloud and learn about seeds and gardening. They will then participate in a craft that they can share with someone they love this spring. No fee to participate, but please call 315-986-5932 to register.
Wed. 4/17: Make Spring Earrings with a Card & Gift Box 6 pm: First make glass flower bead earrings. Second design a clever gift box for the earrings. This project could be set aside as a lovely gift to give mom on Mother’s Day or as a special treat for Easter.
Please call 315-986-5932 to register for this class; supplies are limited. A materials fee of $1 will be due upon attending the class.
Wed. 4/17: American Girl Pajama Party! 6 pm: Get your jammies on, grab your favorite doll or stuffed animal and head over to the library for a fun pajama party! Meet eight, historic, American Girl dolls. See their beds and hear how bedtime was throughout the ages. PLUS: view one mystery history house! Please stop by or call 315-986-5932 to register for this program.
Thurs. 4/18: MPL Friends Book Discussion Noon Call the library after March 21 to find out what book will be read and discussed in April.
Thurs. 4/18: MPL Friends Meeting 12:45 pm Do you love the library? Join this group of patrons who work together to raise funds for the great programs offered at the library. This is a super way to support the library while making new friends!
Thurs. 4/18: Mahjong 2 pm Play this ancient game of skill, luck and strategy. All skill levels welcome!
Thurs. 4/18: Cranes of Hope with Lisa Fox 2 pm: Want to make and share a tiny work of art and word of encouragement with a friend? Learn about Cranes of Hope Rochester and make a special card that carries an encouraging message to a person of your choice. Lisa Fox will lead this discussion and craft opportunity involving gluing an origami crane on small artist trading cards. Folding an origami crane is an option, but not necessary for the afternoon. The Japanese tradition goes that when you fold 1000 cranes your wish will be granted. Let’s get started! All supplies are provided. Want to pay it forward? If you have some pretty wrapping paper, cut off one 12 inch strip and bring it for the next group Lisa shares with. Please call 315-986-5932 to register for the program.
Thurs. 4/18: Beyond Ancestry.com 6 pm Join Pat Stevens-Brate to learn about genealogical resources on the internet that go beyond Ancestry.com to help you in your heritage quest. Please call 315-986-5932 to register your attendance.
Fri. 4/19 Basic Intuitive Tarot Card Reading 2 pm Learn the basics of reading Tarot Cards intuitively. Rather than memorizing Tarot Card meanings and trying to apply
them, open your mind to interpreting the cards using intuition and discover a much more accessible way to enjoy the cards. Please call 315-986-5932 to register your attendance.
Sat. 4/20: Wayne Writers Guild Play Reading 2-4 pm: Enjoy listening to locally penned, two-page, one act plays as they are read aloud by members of Wayne Writers Guild. The
plays will span a variety of genres and topics best suited to adults and teens age 18 and up. Light refreshments will be served. There is no fee to attend, but please call 315-986-5932 to register your attendance.
Sat. 4/20: Needlework & Niceties 3 pm: Come to the library with your favorite type of needlework. Socialize with others as you enjoy doing your handiwork.
Mon. 4/22: Story Time 10:30 am: Bring your children age 3-4 years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required, just drop-in.
Mon. 4/22: Easter Egg Hunt for Preschool Aged Children 11 am: Preschool aged children are invited to hunt for eggs along the library’s “Storybook Trail.” The trail is located along the canal at Lock 30. As parents walk along the trail with their child they can enjoy reading 1 is One by Tasha Tudor. The book was specially selected to blend in with the natural surroundings along the canal and is a fun way to learn counting skills. There is no fee to participate in this event. In the event of a hard rain, the event will be relocated to the library. Please call the library to register your attendance.
Mon. 4/22: Upcycle to a Book 3:30 pm Libraries have lots of wonderful books, right?
Come to the Macedon Library on Monday afternoon to make your own amazing book. Imagine creating a multi-page book from only 1 sheet of paper! Unusual glittered and painted paper will be provided for decorating pages and the cover. Add your own text or just keep it out to admire! Bound to be a collector's book, for sure! There is no fee to participate and children, teens and adults are all welcome to join in the fun. Please call the library to register your attendance.
Mon 4/22: Library Board Meeting 6:30 pm: Public is welcome to attend.
Tues. 4/23: Story Time 3:15 pm: Bring your children age two to three years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required. Just drop-in.
Tues. 4/23: Dungeons and Dragons Gaming Session 6-8 pm: Teens and adults are welcome to join in this 5e Dungeons and Dragons game session. Meet and get to know one another and find out about the world our DM (dungeon master), Pete, is creating. No fee to participate, but registration is required. Call 315-986-5932 to register. All are welcome to watch.
Wed. 4/24: Movie & Activity 3 pm Watch a family friendly movie. Do an activity following the movie. Public and homeschooled children in grades 3-5 welcome to attend.
Wed. 4/24: Discuss Drawdown and Practical Ways to Reduce Global Warming 6 pm As part of the New York Reads initiative, Macedon Public Library we are encouraging patrons to participate in a discussion of the book Drawdown.
Come together in conversation around science-based solutions that can help slow down climate change and discover simple changes in your own life that can result in a huge
cumulative impact in the amount of carbon emissions released into the atmosphere. The book lists the top 100 most impactful solutions for slowing down climate change and how citizens, as well as whole communities can spend their time, energy and enthusiasm on making a true difference for the well-being of the world and the conditions on the planet in the future. Please call the library to register your attendance.
Thurs. 4/25: Mahjong 2 pm Play this ancient game of skill, luck and strategy. All skill levels welcome!
Thurs. 4/25: Crafty Capers 6 pm Make a beautiful craft for yourself or to give as a gift. Registration & small fee required. Call library for more information at 315-986-5932.
Fri. 4/26: Do I Need to Visit An Audiologist? A Presentation for Those Concerned About Hearing Loss 2 pm Are you having difficulty hearing what your family and friends are saying to you? When you are in a noisy environment do you find it frustrating to follow along in conversations? 38 million Americans have hearing loss. Seeking out appropriate testing can make the quality of your life markedly improved because there are many assistive devices available that can dramatically improve one's ability to socialize and connect with others.
Eric Matson will discuss when a visit to the audiologist is indicated. He will also detail some of the modern devices available to people once a hearing impediment has been properly diagnosed.
Matson is a member of the Rochester Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America and leads "Project Hear Clear" which provides a portable, hi-tech assisted listening system to non-profit organizations at no charge for large events. His mission is to improve the quality of life for those with hearing loss throughout the Greater Rochester area. Matson formerly traveled the world as a Principal Engineer for the Carrier Corporation. His hearing loss prompted his retirement and led to his involvement as a volunteer hearing loss educator and technology provider. Please call 315-986-5932 to register your attendance. There is no fee to attend.
Sat. 4/27: Macedon Senior Crafting- Spring Planters 2 pm
Mon. 4/29 Story Time 10:30 am: Bring your children age 3-4 years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required, just drop-in.
Tues. 4/30 Story Time 3:15 pm: Bring your children age two to three years to the library to hear stories read aloud. No registration required. Just drop-in.
COMING TO THE TOWN COMPLEX PARKING LOT ON MAY 20:
ROCHESTER REGIONAL HEALTH’S MOBILE MAMMOGRAM CENTER FROM 2-8 PM
State-of-the-art breast cancer screenings will be accessible to women throughout our community. The mobile center offers a spacious, comfortable, spa-like atmosphere with 2 private dressing rooms and provides 3D mammography screenings from certified technologists as well as evaluation of results by board-certified radiologists To schedule your mammogram call:
585-922-PINK OR 833-922-PINK (toll free)