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Friday, September 24, 2021


12:00 PMFresh Produce in the Food Pantry



Location:  Front Entry
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Description:  Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.




Wednesday, September 29, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time - Construction



Location:  Back Patio
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Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.


6:00 PM - 7:00 PMMindfulness Training for busy Adults



Location:  Zoom
Contact:  
Description:  We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.




Friday, October 1, 2021


12:00 PMFresh Produce in the Food Pantry



Location:  Front Entry
Contact:  
Description:  Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.




Monday, October 4, 2021


6:00 PMHigh School Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, October 6, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time - Apples



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Back Patio
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club


6:00 PM - 7:00 PMMindfulness Training for busy Adults



Location:  Zoom
Contact:  
Description:  We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.




Thursday, October 7, 2021


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm starting in October. For our inaugural meeting on October 7th, we’ll be discussing Amanda Gorman's TED talk Using Your Voice as a Political Choice. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Friday, October 8, 2021


12:00 PMFresh Produce in the Food Pantry



Location:  Front Entry
Contact:  
Description:  Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.




Monday, October 11, 2021


5:30 AMLibrary - Closed



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6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Tuesday, October 12, 2021


6:00 PM3rd & 4th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, October 13, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time - Mice



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Back Patio
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.


6:00 PM - 7:00 PMMindfulness Training for busy Adults



Location:  Zoom
Contact:  
Description:  We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.




Friday, October 15, 2021


12:00 PMFresh Produce in the Food Pantry



Location:  Front Entry
Contact:  
Description:  Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.




Saturday, October 16, 2021


5:30 AMThe Great Library Give Back Knit-In



Location:  Phillips Free Library
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Description:  The Great Give Back
Every fall the Homer Elks and their Operation Warm program provide winter coats to those in need. As part of NY Libraries’ Great Give Back, Phillips Free Library is teaming up with the Elks to collect new scarves, hats, and mittens for children and teens to be given away with the coats. Mark your calendars for Oct. 16th when we kick off our donation drive by hosting a “Knit-In” at the library for all local knitters and crocheters to make hats and mittens. If you want to provide hats and mittens to those in need, feel free to start your needles now! Watch for more details in the coming weeks.




Tuesday, October 19, 2021


5:30 PM5th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  The 5th grade book club will meet October, November and January - May.  This year the group will meet at the library in October and November and then meet at the school from January - May.  There will be additional sign-ups at Homer Intermediate School in November for the meetings in January - May.  To see if there is more space or for questions contact Priscilla or Sarah.




Wednesday, October 20, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time - Pumpkins



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Back Patio
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.


6:00 PM - 7:00 PMMindfulness Training for busy Adults



Location:  Zoom
Contact:  
Description:  We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.




Friday, October 22, 2021


12:00 PMFresh Produce in the Food Pantry



Location:  Front Entry
Contact:  
Description:  Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.




Wednesday, October 27, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Back Patio
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.


11:30 AMToddler Story Time - Friendly Monsters



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org


6:30 PMWe Read Diverse Books - Juliet Takes A Breath



Location:  Zoom
Contact:  
Description:  This monthly virtual book club discusses novels centered on characters with diverse cultures, ethnicities, and life experiences. The book club meets via zoom on the fourth Wednesday of the month.  Register and receive the zoom link by emailing ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org  




Friday, October 29, 2021


12:00 PMFresh Produce in the Food Pantry



Location:  Front Entry
Contact:  
Description:  Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.




Saturday, October 30, 2021


10:30 AM - 12:00 PMWriting Workshop: Re-inventing Fairytales



Location:  Phillips Free Library
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Description:  Re-inventing Fairytales: Crafting Old Stories into New Fairytales and Horror
Join us for a writing workshop on Saturday, Oct. 30th from 10:30 am to noon. Suitable for teens and adults, this workshop led by Dr. Katharyn Howd Machan of Ithaca College will lead participants to re-examine their favorite fairy tales and draw from them to create new works of prose or poetry that give the old stories a contemporary twist significant to our lives today. We plan to meet in-person, but may switch to zoom if needed. Please email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register. This event is funded in part by Poets & Writers with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.




Monday, November 1, 2021


6:00 PMHigh School Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, November 3, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club




Thursday, November 4, 2021


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Monday, November 8, 2021


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Tuesday, November 9, 2021


6:00 PM3rd & 4th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, November 10, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Thursday, November 11, 2021


5:30 AMLibrary Closed - Veterans Day



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Tuesday, November 16, 2021


5:30 PM5th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  The 5th grade book club will meet October, November and January - May.  This year the group will meet at the library in October and November and then meet at the school from January - May.  There will be additional sign-ups at Homer Intermediate School in November for the meetings in January - May.  To see if there is more space or for questions contact Priscilla or Sarah.




Wednesday, November 17, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Thursday, November 25, 2021


5:30 AMLibrary Closed - Thanksgiving



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Wednesday, December 1, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club


6:30 PMWe Read Diverse Books



Location:  Zoom
Contact:  
Description:  **THIS IS A DIFFERENT DATE THAN USUAL DUE TO HOLIDAYS IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER**
This monthly virtual book club discusses novels centered on characters with diverse cultures, ethnicities, and life experiences. The book club meets via zoom on the fourth Wednesday of the month.  Register and receive the zoom link by emailing ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org  




Thursday, December 2, 2021


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Wednesday, December 8, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Monday, December 13, 2021


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Tuesday, December 14, 2021


12:30 PM - 7:00 PMChange in Library Hours for TODAY ONLY



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Description:  Phillips Free Library will be open from 12:30 - 7pm today only.




Wednesday, December 15, 2021


11:30 AMToddler Story Time



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Friday, December 24, 2021


5:30 AMLibrary Closed - Christmas Eve



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Saturday, December 25, 2021


5:30 AMLibrary Closed - Christmas



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Saturday, January 1, 2022


5:30 AMLibrary Closed - New Years Day



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Monday, January 3, 2022


6:00 PMHigh School Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, January 5, 2022


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club




Thursday, January 6, 2022


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Monday, January 10, 2022


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Tuesday, January 11, 2022


6:00 PM3rd & 4th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, February 2, 2022


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club




Thursday, February 3, 2022


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Monday, February 7, 2022


6:00 PMHigh School Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Tuesday, February 8, 2022


6:00 PM3rd & 4th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Monday, February 14, 2022


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Wednesday, March 2, 2022


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club




Thursday, March 3, 2022


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Monday, March 7, 2022


6:00 PMHigh School Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Tuesday, March 8, 2022


6:00 PM3rd & 4th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Monday, March 14, 2022


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Monday, April 4, 2022


6:00 PMHigh School Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, April 6, 2022


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club




Thursday, April 7, 2022


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Monday, April 11, 2022


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Tuesday, April 12, 2022


6:00 PM3rd & 4th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Monday, May 2, 2022


6:00 PMHigh School Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Wednesday, May 4, 2022


3:30 PMK-2nd Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club




Thursday, May 5, 2022


6:30 PMFresh Perspectives



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org




Monday, May 9, 2022


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.




Tuesday, May 10, 2022


6:00 PM3rd & 4th Grade Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.




Monday, June 13, 2022


6:00 PMFamily Book Club



Location:  Phillips Free Library
Contact:  
Description:  Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.


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Friday, September 24, 2021

12:00 PM
Fresh Produce in the Food Pantry
Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.



Wednesday, September 29, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time - Construction
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Mindfulness Training for busy Adults
We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.



Friday, October 1, 2021

12:00 PM
Fresh Produce in the Food Pantry
Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.



Monday, October 4, 2021

6:00 PM
High School Book Club
High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, October 6, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time - Apples
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Mindfulness Training for busy Adults
We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.



Thursday, October 7, 2021

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm starting in October. For our inaugural meeting on October 7th, we’ll be discussing Amanda Gorman's TED talk Using Your Voice as a Political Choice. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Friday, October 8, 2021

12:00 PM
Fresh Produce in the Food Pantry
Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.



Monday, October 11, 2021

5:30 AM
Library - Closed


6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Tuesday, October 12, 2021

6:00 PM
3rd & 4th Grade Book Club
3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, October 13, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time - Mice
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Mindfulness Training for busy Adults
We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.



Friday, October 15, 2021

12:00 PM
Fresh Produce in the Food Pantry
Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.



Saturday, October 16, 2021

5:30 AM
The Great Library Give Back Knit-In
The Great Give Back
Every fall the Homer Elks and their Operation Warm program provide winter coats to those in need. As part of NY Libraries’ Great Give Back, Phillips Free Library is teaming up with the Elks to collect new scarves, hats, and mittens for children and teens to be given away with the coats. Mark your calendars for Oct. 16th when we kick off our donation drive by hosting a “Knit-In” at the library for all local knitters and crocheters to make hats and mittens. If you want to provide hats and mittens to those in need, feel free to start your needles now! Watch for more details in the coming weeks.



Tuesday, October 19, 2021

5:30 PM
5th Grade Book Club
The 5th grade book club will meet October, November and January - May.  This year the group will meet at the library in October and November and then meet at the school from January - May.  There will be additional sign-ups at Homer Intermediate School in November for the meetings in January - May.  To see if there is more space or for questions contact Priscilla or Sarah.



Wednesday, October 20, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time - Pumpkins
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Mindfulness Training for busy Adults
We are planning a series of four mindfulness meditation workshops to be offered via zoom on Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm starting on Sept. 29th. This basic, “how do I?” mindfulness training class is offered as a four-week series and taught by Diana Dimitrova of Ithaca College. No prior meditation experience required. This class is a good option for beginners as well as for those looking to enhance their existing practice. Pre-registration is required. Email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register.



Friday, October 22, 2021

12:00 PM
Fresh Produce in the Food Pantry
Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.



Wednesday, October 27, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org Masks are not required if social distance is maintained though they are highly encouraged.

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time - Friendly Monsters
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org

6:30 PM
We Read Diverse Books - Juliet Takes A Breath
This monthly virtual book club discusses novels centered on characters with diverse cultures, ethnicities, and life experiences. The book club meets via zoom on the fourth Wednesday of the month.  Register and receive the zoom link by emailing ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org  



Friday, October 29, 2021

12:00 PM
Fresh Produce in the Food Pantry
Each Friday starting September 10th Phillips Free Library will receive fresh produce in partnership with Seven Valleys Food Rescue and Main Street Farms.



Saturday, October 30, 2021

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Writing Workshop: Re-inventing Fairytales
Re-inventing Fairytales: Crafting Old Stories into New Fairytales and Horror
Join us for a writing workshop on Saturday, Oct. 30th from 10:30 am to noon. Suitable for teens and adults, this workshop led by Dr. Katharyn Howd Machan of Ithaca College will lead participants to re-examine their favorite fairy tales and draw from them to create new works of prose or poetry that give the old stories a contemporary twist significant to our lives today. We plan to meet in-person, but may switch to zoom if needed. Please email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org to register. This event is funded in part by Poets & Writers with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.



Monday, November 1, 2021

6:00 PM
High School Book Club
High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, November 3, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club



Thursday, November 4, 2021

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Monday, November 8, 2021

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Tuesday, November 9, 2021

6:00 PM
3rd & 4th Grade Book Club
3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, November 10, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Thursday, November 11, 2021

5:30 AM
Library Closed - Veterans Day




Tuesday, November 16, 2021

5:30 PM
5th Grade Book Club
The 5th grade book club will meet October, November and January - May.  This year the group will meet at the library in October and November and then meet at the school from January - May.  There will be additional sign-ups at Homer Intermediate School in November for the meetings in January - May.  To see if there is more space or for questions contact Priscilla or Sarah.



Wednesday, November 17, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Thursday, November 25, 2021

5:30 AM
Library Closed - Thanksgiving




Wednesday, December 1, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club

6:30 PM
We Read Diverse Books
**THIS IS A DIFFERENT DATE THAN USUAL DUE TO HOLIDAYS IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER**
This monthly virtual book club discusses novels centered on characters with diverse cultures, ethnicities, and life experiences. The book club meets via zoom on the fourth Wednesday of the month.  Register and receive the zoom link by emailing ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org  



Thursday, December 2, 2021

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Wednesday, December 8, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Monday, December 13, 2021

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Tuesday, December 14, 2021

12:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Change in Library Hours for TODAY ONLY
Phillips Free Library will be open from 12:30 - 7pm today only.



Wednesday, December 15, 2021

11:30 AM
Toddler Story Time
Toddler story time is for birth to preschool age children and their parent/guardian.  This weekly program includes stories, songs, fingerplays and more all around the theme for that week.  This program will meet outside as long as possible.  Registration is required as space is limited. Email ashley@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Friday, December 24, 2021

5:30 AM
Library Closed - Christmas Eve




Saturday, December 25, 2021

5:30 AM
Library Closed - Christmas




Saturday, January 1, 2022

5:30 AM
Library Closed - New Years Day




Monday, January 3, 2022

6:00 PM
High School Book Club
High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, January 5, 2022

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club



Thursday, January 6, 2022

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Monday, January 10, 2022

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Tuesday, January 11, 2022

6:00 PM
3rd & 4th Grade Book Club
3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, February 2, 2022

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club



Thursday, February 3, 2022

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Monday, February 7, 2022

6:00 PM
High School Book Club
High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Tuesday, February 8, 2022

6:00 PM
3rd & 4th Grade Book Club
3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Monday, February 14, 2022

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Wednesday, March 2, 2022

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club



Thursday, March 3, 2022

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Monday, March 7, 2022

6:00 PM
High School Book Club
High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Tuesday, March 8, 2022

6:00 PM
3rd & 4th Grade Book Club
3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Monday, March 14, 2022

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Monday, April 4, 2022

6:00 PM
High School Book Club
High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, April 6, 2022

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club



Thursday, April 7, 2022

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Monday, April 11, 2022

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Tuesday, April 12, 2022

6:00 PM
3rd & 4th Grade Book Club
3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Monday, May 2, 2022

6:00 PM
High School Book Club
High School book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Wednesday, May 4, 2022

3:30 PM
K-2nd Grade Book Club
K-2nd grade book club meets at the library right after Elementary dismissal.  We will read a book together and have a craft/activity related to that book.  Registration is in August, check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is more space in this book club



Thursday, May 5, 2022

6:30 PM
Fresh Perspectives
Do you love TED talks? Do you feel amazed when a friend offers a new viewpoint on a nagging problem? Do you love discussing a new perspective on life issues? Join us for Fresh Perspectives: A Ted talk and book discussion group, where we’ll look at old ideas from a new angle, look at life from a different slant, or entertain new approaches to the world. Every month we will discuss a video, whether a TED talk or Youtube video, a book, and an important issue. From Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, to Lidia Yukanavitch’s The Misfit’s Manifesto, we’ll consider poetry, activism, fitting in, equality, transitions, human purpose, and everything in between. We’ll take fresh looks, new views, and different perspectives, as we explore being human and living this one precious life.
 
Fresh Perspectives meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. To register email office@phillipsfreelibrary.org



Monday, May 9, 2022

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.



Tuesday, May 10, 2022

6:00 PM
3rd & 4th Grade Book Club
3rd & 4th grade book club meets October, November and January - May.  Registration is in May (for the summer) and August (for the school year).  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is space or for more information.



Monday, June 13, 2022

6:00 PM
Family Book Club
Family book club meets monthly all year.  This program is for preschool - 8 year olds and their adults and siblings.  Registration happens in May and August.  Check with Priscilla or Sarah to see if there is room to join or for more information.