July 2: If you
were a superhero, what would you look like? Make your own costume!
July 16: Can you
pass the superhero challenge? Tests of skill and strength!
July 30: Learn
about Karate from Elite Martial Arts of Warsaw.
Join the Library
League of Volunteers! Spend a little time… Do a lot of good! Thursdays, 7/9, 23 & 8/6 at 4:00 pm For Ages 9 and up July 9: Help our Animals. Make projects
that bring comfort to the dogs and cats in our animal shelters.Talk to
Volunteers for Animals and learn how you can help our furry friends. July 23: Help our
Veterans. Decorate a pillow case for a Veterans’ Hospital. Aug. 6: Help your
Library. Make a craft for story time and suggest new programs. Find out about
our Friends group and how you can be involved all year, making a difference!
Nature Programs For
All Ages Sponsored
by the Gillen Family Giving Back Fund Seneca Park Zoo
Tuesday, June 30 at 3:00 pm
Wegman’s Zoomobile visits the library to show us some Amazing Animal
Adaptations Beaver Meadow Audubon
Nature Center Tuesday, July 7 at 2:00 pm
Meet Daniel Boone
settler, explorer, and hunter comes alive at Warsaw Public Library, bringing
along a few of his animal friends. Wildlife Defenders
Tuesday, July 21 at 2:30 pm
Wildlife Defenders visits with a wide variety of amazing native and
exotic animal friends Wild Spirit Education
Tuesday, 8/4 at 2:00pm Rainforest Adventure
Wild Spirit visits,
taking us on a trip to the worlds many rainforests. You’ll meet many live
creatures, including a special appearance by their Scarlet Macaw.
Concerts at the
Circle Sponsored by the Warsaw Kiwanis Club Concerts
are Thursday nights at 7:00 pm on the library lawn, weather permitting. Call
the library for rain locations at 786-5650 Full Swing Band
Thursday, 7/16 at 7:00 pm
Band Sounds Dark Road Duo Thursday, 7/23 at 7:00 pm
Blues, Harmonica, and Vocals The Whole Nother
Thursday, 7/30 at 7:00 pm
Indie and folk rock Smith, Stevens &
Smith (Formerly Band of Bros.)
Thursday, 8/6 at 7:00 pm
Friends of the Warsaw
Public Library Valley Fest. Used Book Sale 7/16-7/18 Thursday, 7/16 9:00am-8:00am Friday,
7/17 9:00am-5:00pm Saturday, 7/18 9:00am-12:00pm $1 Bag Sale Wednesday,
7/15 Friends’ Only Preview from 5:00-6:00 pm
Now accepting books for donation
Friends’ Fat Man Du
BBQ Pulled Pork Fundraiser Thursday, 8/6 5:30-7:00 pm. $10 Per Meal Presale
Includes Pulled Pork, Roll, Macaroni & Cheese &
tickets available beginning 6/29 at the library, Artisan Villa, Zeches, or
All tickets must be purchased by 7/27.
out or enjoy on the library lawn. Tables will be set-up
Warsaw Public Library
Community Half Marathon Final Mile Festival of Fun Saurday,
August 8th at 10:00 am in the Warsaw Village Park.
us as we walk our final 13th mile around the village track. Punkin
the Clown returns with more fun and surprises. Miss Mary will lead a story-walk
around the track and those in attendance can enter to win a free raffle for 2
adult or child safari tour passes from Hidden Valley Animal Adventure. Return
completed trackers to the library beginning August 10th to receive a
free cone coupon from Yummies Ice Cream. Join the marathon at any time. Stop in
or call the library for more information.
Money Smart Week @Warsaw Public Library in Cooperation with Tompkins Bank of Castile
Tuesday, April 21 at 6:00 PM
Everything You Need to Know About Your Credit Report
Where do I get a free credit report?
Why should I get a free credit report?
How do I read a credit report?
What do I do if I find a mistake?
This event is one of more than 3,000 free financial education classes to be held in more than 40 states during Money Smart Week, April 18-25. This workshop will include assistance with getting access to a credit report. A representative of Tompkins Bank of Castile will be on hand to answer questions about using the information in a report. To find out more, visit www.moneysmartweek.org
POV Tale for Three Counties Movie Event Thursday 3/19 at 6:30
Veterans' Homecomings: A Film About Reintegration.
In collaboration with POV, the award winning independent non-fiction film series on PBS, the library will present a screening of the movie, "The Way We Get By"
This film documents the efforts of greeters at a small Maine airport, who show up to welcome home veterans at all times of the day and night. The intertwining of the stories of these senior citizens and the young people who are returning creates a poignant examination of home and connection. (www.pbs.org/pov)