Just a quick reminder. The Library will be closing early at 5pm on Wednesday, November 22. The Library will also be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24. We will reopen Saturday, November 25 at 10am. The staff at the Phoenix Public Library would like to wish all of our patrons a very Happy Thanksgiving.
The Phoenix Public Library Board of Trustees and staff are deeply saddened by the loss of our Board President and friend, Gordon C. Tappan. Gordon served on the Board for 50 years and was instrumental in the construction of the current library building. Along with his service to the Phoenix Public Library, Gordon, a prominent local businessman, was an active member of the Lion’s Club, the Phoenix Historical Society, the First Congregational Church and other civic groups. He will be missed.
Please join us Monday - May 1st 2017 at 6:30 pm in the Century Club Room for a presentation by Susan Savion, a retired educator, who has written a book "Quoting Matilda" about Matilda Joslyn Gage. The following is taken from Ms. Savion's webpage http://www.susansavionsstuff.com/.
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Are you interested in hearing a general overview of what Office for the Aging has to offer? You will be able to meet with an Office of the Aging Representative at the Phoenix Public Library on 5/12/2917 between 1 pm and 3 pm.
For more information or to reserve a personal appointment call (315) 349-3484.
The Writer's Workshop will meet Tuesday, June 6th 2017 at 1 PM. The three prompt words for June will be announced. You may participate in the prompt exercise or not. New members are always welcome, please bring your writing to share with the rest of the group. This group is free and open to the public.
The Phoenix Public Library has received a generous donation of a beautiful children’s rug from Phoenix Central School Business Teacher, Mrs. Deborah Dufour. This magical carpet captures children and parents alike with its map of the world and colorful alphabet. We are so proud to have this vibrant center piece for the children’s section to focus our young patrons for group activities and to provide a quiet play area. We would like to thank Mrs. Dufour for this wonderful contribution to our early literacy program.
The Phoenix Public library is pleased host Len Sharp MS, CAS, retired Earth Science teacher from Liverpool High School and an adjunct professor of Education at LeMoyne College on Monday, January 25th, 2016 at 7:00 pm for a visual presentation of his lecture, Mysterious Egypt and its Ancient Geological Treasures. Mr. Sharp has received the National Science Teachers Association Distinguished Teacher Award and a Presidential Award for Teaching Science. He has explored and hiked through all 50 states and trekked and studied on all seven continents.
The Phoenix Public Library Board of Trustees meets every third Tuesday of the month at 9:oo am in the library's Century Club Room.
AREA BASED MUSICIANS: PHOENIX ELEVEN
Phoenix, NY alumni Joe Grosvent, Max McKee and Greg LaPoint have continued making their musical impact across the country with thier music group, Phoenix Eleven. Since leaving their Central New York roots for Nashville, Tennessee in 2014, the guys have toured through over 40 states with national artists, Josh Gracin, Rich O'Toole and for the live theater production, Live From Nashville!