Signups for summer reading at the Ulysses Philomathic Library will begin on June 26th and continue throughout the summer. Children, Tweens, and Teens can choose a free book to keep when they sign–up, along with reading logs and bingo sheets for elementary aged children. A calendar of summer reading events is posted at the library, and copies are available at the circulation desk. This year’s theme is ‘Build a Better World’!
SingSong Music Workshop- Friday July 7 at 3pm in the Melvin Room
Young children and their grownups are invited to come sing, clap, and learn new songs with Amy Puryear in this free program!
Please join us in our 2017 community read!
Free? Stories about Human Rights
“One universal declaration proclaims 30 rights and freedoms for everybody. But more than 60 years later, millions of people around the world are still denied full human rights. 14 acclaimed storytellers take inspiration from their struggles.”
Pick up your copy today!
A book discussion will be held on Tuesday 8/22/17 at 6pm.
Our community read is generously funded by the Myrtle Dee Nash Memorial Fund of the Community Foundation of Tompkins County.
Please contact Annette at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like copies to distribute while supplies last.
Evening Story Time
Tuesday June 6th at 6pm
Children are invited to wear their pajamas and bring a stuffed animal to the library for a special storytime! We will read bedtime books, sing songs, and the animals spend the night at the library! Children will receive a photo of the nighttime hijinks of their animal when they come back to pick it up.
Program is free (please alert the library in advance if your child has any food allergies).
This fun program is made possible by a grant from the TCSD Foundation. Thank you!
The library will be closed Saturday, 5/27 and Monday, 5/29 for Memorial Day. We hope you all enjoy the long weekend!