Do you like SU sports? If so be sure to visit Solvay Library on Wednesday, July 8th at 11:00 a.m. for a visit by Syracuse University’s mascot Otto the Orange. Come shake hands, take a picture, get an autograph with and have other fun with one of the most exciting mascots in college sports!

Wednesday, July 1st at 11:00 a.m. Dan the Snakeman will be returning to Solvay Library and bringing some of his unique collection of reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates!

Dan’s shows were created to educate people of all ages about reptiles, helping the audience better understand and appreciate the special nature of these animals and their importance to the environment. His program offers a unique opportunity to experience many species of exotic reptiles. The audience is invited to interact with the animals on an up-close and personal level; viewing, touching, and asking questions are highly encouraged.

The Summer Reading is here! Remember to sign up and record all your books for prizes and raffle tickets for our grand prize! Keep checking back for all the different programs and other Summer Reading fun!


Karen Koegel
Artwork Display

Saturday, June 20th
10:30 4:30 p.m.
Solvay Library Upstairs Conference Room

Remember, Summer Reading begins JUNE 22!

Wednesday, June 17th
5:30 p.m.

Pack a picnic dinner or grab something delicious from your favorite takeout restaurant and head to the Library for a family movie night! Bring your family, your friends and your own dinner or snacks!

120 MIN.

Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Elysium) expands on his 2003 short film Tetra Val in this futuristic sci-fi saga written in collaboration with screenwriter Terri Tatchell (who previously worked with Blomkamp on the screenplay for District 9), centering on the story of a police robot named Chappie, who develops the ability to think and feel for himself. As people fight back against the mechanized police force, sinister forces seek to capture Chappie for their nefarious purposes.

Sunday Movie Matinee: McFarland USA

Sunday June 14, 2015

2:00 P.M.

A free movie the second Sunday of each month.  Movies are digitally projected on to a large screen.  Free and open to the public.  No registration required.

128 MIN.

In this inspiring Disney sports drama based on actual events, Kevin Costner plays a high-school football coach who ends up leading a cross-country track team made up of lower-class Latino students to a state championship. Jim White (Costner) finds his days as a football coach numbered when an incident with a player leads to his dismissal. Desperate for work, he moves his wife (Maria Bello) and daughters (Morgan Saylor and Elsie Fisher) from Idaho to McFarland, CA, a rural town that’s predominately Latino and the only place willing to give him a teaching job. The family feel like they don’t fit into their new community, but White has an epiphany one day when he sees his students running from their early-morning farming jobs to school: Why not channel their talents into running cross-country track? Soon enough, White is connecting with his young charges, particularly a gifted athlete named Thomas (Carlos Pratts), and the squad set their sights on a state championship.

In honor of Memorial Day, Solvay Public Library will be closed on Monday, May 25. Thank you for all of those that have given their lives in the armed forces and all the veterans, as well as those who are currently in the military.

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