An Oyster Cart on Every Corner?

An Oyster Cart on Every Corner?

Celebrated historian Nancy Webster will present A Brief History of Popular Street Foods, an exploration of sidewalk cuisine from American Colonial times through present day. Some will be familiar (we’ve been frequenting hot dog and pretzel vendors for ages) and others...
The Road to and through Impressionism

The Road to and through Impressionism

Fred Dixon, author of 700 Years of Art History: Pre-Renaissance to Modernism will be at the library to lecture on The Road to and through Impressionism. It has been said, “The road to Impressionism goes straight through the forest of Fontainebleau”. Learn...
Fake News and the Soul of Society

Fake News and the Soul of Society

The term “fake news” may be new, but the phenomenon has been around for a long time. So what exactly is “fake news” and why is it such a big deal? After all, isn’t everyone entitled to express their opinion? Isn’t everyone working an angle? You’re invited...

Helen Kate Needs You

With one of the smallest paid staffs of any library in Delaware County, Helen Kate relies upon the support of volunteers. If you’re able to give two to three hours every other week to take a shift at the reference desk or contribute your time and talents on a fund...
May Fair!

May Fair!

A spring tradition returns for the 56th year with the Library’s Annual May Fair and Book Sale on Saturday, May 13th from 10 AM until 3 PM. The Fair offers treasures for kids and their parents; gardeners and gourmands; book browsers and craft lovers. Fair Chairperson...