‘Meet the Artist’ Reception and Art Display

Friday December 9, 2016
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Meeting Room

The public is invited to stop by the library for a ‘Meet the Artist’ Reception and Art Display. Abstract artist Karen Koegel will show her artwork which will remain on display in the library during December. Light refreshments will be served.

Karen’s artwork was recently accepted into the Everson Museum for display during August and September 2016. Her artwork is traveling until Spring 2017.

The reception is free and open to the public.

December 2016 Movie Schedule

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT is every other Wednesday at 5:30P.Min the Community Room, unless stated otherwise.

SUNDAY MOVIE MATINEE is the second Sunday of every month at 2:00 P.M., also in the Community Room.

Wednesday, December 7thPete’s Dragon

Sunday, December 11thThe BFG

Wednesday, December 21stThe Magnificent Seven

Saturday December 3, 2016
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Community Room

A program on the history of the Erie Canal, with information on present-day Canal exhibits and renovations. This will be a slide and video presentation by local historian Mr. David Beebe.

The mission of the Camillus Erie Canal Park is to preserve artifacts, educate the public about the Erie Canal and its role in the creation of the Empire State, and to serve as a unique recreational area. Learn how the park began, its development, and plans for the future. This program comes courtesy of the Office of Senator John DeFrancisco.

Wednesday November 30, 2016
3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Community Room

Christine Petosa and Elizabeth Williams, authors of Jim’s Flight: One Soul’s Perspective from Heaven, will hold a Q&A and book signing session.

Is there life after death? Does Heaven really exist? Providing us with insight, wisdom and practical knowledge, we learn from Jim Petosa’s flight to Heaven and back that life exists beyond the physical world. This book is a compilation of the journey of Jim’s transition to Heaven, his wife’s experience as the caretaker and the portal to expand humanity’s understanding of it all. Riveting moments capture the reader, open the hearts of many and, truth be told, enlighten all of us to believe that the soul lives on forever.

Solvay Public Library will be CLOSED at 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 23rd and CLOSED on Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24th and that Friday, November 25th. We hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving!

The 2016 Friends of the Solvay Public Library Holiday Basket/Necklace Raffles have begun! Raffle tickets are just $1.00 a piece, or 10 tickets for $5.00! Come into the library today to buy your tickets for either the Adult Basket, Kid’s Basket or the home made Necklace. The drawing will be held at the Holiday Open House at the Library on Sunday, December 4th. The Friends of the Solvay Public Library use all proceeds to help fund programs, events and other things essential to Solvay Public Library.

November 2016 Movie Schedule

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT is every other Wednesday at 5:30 P.M. in the Community Room, unless stated otherwise.

SUNDAY MOVIE MATINEE is the second Sunday of every month at 2:00 P.M., also in the Community Room.

Wednesday, November 2nd- Star Trek Beyond

Sunday, November 13th - The Legend of Tarzan

Wednesday, November 16thFinding Dory

Welcome to the Solvay Public Library!  We are pleased to have you visit us, and I am honored to serve as the new Director of SPL, a library that provides many fun and interesting services for everyone here in the Village of Solvay and the Town of Geddes.  My role as Director is to ensure that our patrons will always receive the very best service possible from our creative and supportive staff.  At our Library, we strive to make every encounter an enjoyable and fulfilling experience.

The Library’s website provides all residents with useful and convenient library information, services, activities, and links to other internet sites to assist you in your research and recreational needs.  The collection of our Library contains more than 30,000 books and includes circulating magazines, DVDs, audiobooks, Playaways, and music CDs. Computers for public use and Internet access are available, as well as WiFi (wireless) access.

The Solvay Public Library offers a wide variety of entertaining and original programming to the public, including computer instruction classes, highly imaginative children’s programming, exciting teen activities, a variety of book discussions and some fascinating programs for adults.

Part of our ongoing improvement process involves reviewing comments from customers. As a result, I value your opinion of the job we are doing. I am always open to suggestions for improving service and I certainly welcome your input.  At any time, if you have a question or concern, please feel free to contact me at (315) 468-2441 or e-mail at dgolden@onlib.org. If we can be of service to you in any way, please let us know.

6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.


This month’s speaker will be Susan Millet who will present a program on The Long Branch Tornado – September 1912.

The meeting is free and open to the public. No registration required

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