The Fabulous 2019 Summer Reading Program ended with a prize drawing for the Adult program and a party for the children and Young Adults. Three adults won echo dots, which were provided by The Friends of the Library. The winners were: Stanley Banko, Elizabeth Wilsey and Johanna Curtis. A total of 229 patrons participated and read a total of 1,196 books. Wow! 283 Children and 23 Young Adults signed up for the Summer Reading Program. There were 190 children who read a total of 337, 680 minutes with 16 teens who read 21, 690 minutes. There were 56 programs with 1,417 people in attendance. The sponsors of the programs were Carol Stewart, Dr. Stephan Greenberg, The Friends of the Hornell Public Library, Alice Taychert and a memorial gift for Betty Rahmlow. Each child who signed up for the program was given a book of their choice and an additional book if they completed their reading. Other prizes provided for completion were coupons for Minnehan’s of Lakeville, Rochester Museum & Science Center planetarium, Taco Bell and Maple City Bowl. Prizes for individual events included tickets to Genesee Country Museum, Glenn Curtis Museum and adult tickets for the Corning Museum. Prizes, for the participants who read the most hours, were afghans for 4 age groups. They received afghans made by Judy Manges. The Library participated in the NY Hunger Solution.
Alzheimer Association Support Group: Meetings every 3rd Thursday from 12:30 to 1:30
MEET ABIGAIL ADAMS
Dr. Melinda Grube as Abigail Adams
Saturday, October 19th Hornell Public Library 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM
Come hear America’s second first lady as she recalls her life during the American Revolution, her marriage to President John Adams and raising President John Quincy Adams. It is a captivating tale of service and sacrifice.
“Now We Stand by Each Other Always”
Now with THREE ACTS
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 at 6:30 PM Hornell Public Library
The play is based on a series of conversations between the famous Union generals during the Civil War. The friendship that developed between Ulysses S. Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman is a touching story on a personal level, but it also was a recipe for the success of Union arms. Beginning at Vicksburg in 1863, the play has a nice arch that allows audiences to see the evolution of the partnership between the generals.