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2 Bank Street, Candor, NY 13743 / 607-659-7258

HOURS

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 2 pm-5 pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 10 am- noon; 2 pm- 5 pm; 6 pm- 8 pm (no Tuesday morning hours in summer)
Saturday: 10 am- noon; 2 pm- 4pm


Thursday, September 22, 2016

Fall Book Sale & Art Open House

Books for EVERYONE!
If you like books and art, then the library is the place to be on October 6. That day is the first day of the book sale and the open house for the art exhibit.

Fall Book Sale runs Thursday through Saturday as part of the Candor Fall Festival -  and the shelves are overflowing with books. If you are looking to stock up on winter reading at basement-level prices, you won't want to miss it.There are histories and mysteries, romances and science fiction, books for kids and books for teens, fiction and nonfiction, books about cooking and books about hooking (both crochet and fishing). You'll find detective stories, hardcover novels, paperback classics, poetry, picture books, DVDs, CDs, maps, travel guides, political commentary and plenty more.

  Fall Book Sale hours are:

        Thursday, October 6 - from 10 am - 6 pm
        Friday, October 7 - from 10 am - 6 pm
        Saturday, October 10 - from 10 am - 4 pm
            Bag Sale Saturday, from 2-4 pm, $2/bag

There's a Bake Sale on Saturday starting at 10 am and ending when everything is gone. Come early because people line up for the pies.

Book smART Art Exhibition and Open House
Thursday, October 6, from 6 - 8 pm

Join us in celebrating Catherine Montgomery's beautiful illustrations in our library space. Catherine is an artist from Spencer who draws upon fables, folklore, and fairy tales for inspiration. The illustrations on display represent Sleeping Beauty, Yddgradsil (Norse mythology), Persephone (Greek), The Tiger and the Brahmin (India), The Frog Prince (African), Mulan (Chinese folk tale), Scheherazade (Arabian), and The Tailor who Sold his Soul (Mexican).

Refreshments will be served, and during the open house Catherine will talk about her art and answer questions about technique and how the artwork was created. She'll have a variety of art supplies and coloring sheets for adults and children to enjoy as they explore the world of storytelling and illustration. The project is made possible, in part, with public funds from NYSCA's Decentralization Program, administered regionally by the ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes.