We are closed today, Wednesday, February 5, due to weather conditions. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Art created by Ms. Fontaine’s, Mrs. Compton’s, and Ms. Heptig’s classes are now on display in the children’s room.
“Kindergarteners have been hard at work on their Printmaking Unit in art class. After several stamping activities we read the book The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. Upon reading this book, we decided to make our own dot creations by stamping with a variety of different open and closed circle-shaped lids. Kindergarteners were able to explore different ways to stamp dots to create a design or picture of something they know!”
Mrs. Apker, Trumansburg Elementary Art Teacher
Bounce over to the library for a special b-ball-themed story time with players from the Trumansburg High School basketball team! Light refreshments will be available.
On the last Tuesday of each month, UPL invites our after-school patrons to enjoy a movie in the Melvin Room, with free drinks and popcorn! Please call the library for more information.
Join us on January 28 at 3:15!
On the first Saturday of each month, at 11 am, the library hosts Reader’s Theater, a program for young children, presented by middle-school aged volunteers. The older students enact a children’s book using puppets.
Our February 1 Reader’s Theater will present Porcupining: A Prickly Love Story, by Lisa Wheeler. It’s a poignant, passionate tale of love and friendship between two prickly creatures in a petting zoo.
The Reader’s Theater Showcase is made possible by a grant from the Children & Youth Fund of the Community Foundation of Tompkins County.