Preschool Story Time, Toddler Rhyme Time, Afterschool STEAM and more…
The Cannon Free Library hosts multiple children’s programs every week. Read more about our morning and afternoon programs for children.
Saturday, February 3rd will be the 13th annual Take Your Child to the Library Day
Celebrate Black History Month and enjoy an interactive percussion performance by Zorkie Nelson
At the library on Saturday, February 3: Zorkie Nelson is a master percussionist, a traditional flute player, and a vocalist specializing in the Ga cultural tradition. Born into a family of musicians in the West African city of Accra, Ghana, Zorkie has studied music since the age of seven. Join us to hear the sounds and rhythms of Africa. 11am.
Saturday, March 23rd: Learn about the bagpipes and listen to their unique sound before you see the Saint Patrick’s Day parade on Main Street. Bagpiper Ian Lamont will be in the library in full parade gear to share the sounds and the story of the bagpipe. 11am.
Our BOOK CLUB meets every other month to discuss a previously chosen book. In March, we’ll be reading North Woods, by Daniel Mason. There is no “membership,” and all interested readers are welcome at every meeting.
Call the library if you’d like us to reserve a copy of North Woods. 607.746.2662.
Writers’ Group: If you’re a writer or a Poet–published or otherwise–please consider a sit-down with the Cannon Free Library Writers’ Group. Meetings every second Wednesday of the month at 1pm.
Kopernick Observatory to Visit the Library on March 26
Learn about the night sky, the stars and the coming ECLIPSE at our March 26th program. Kopernick Observatory and Science Center scientists will be bringing a giant portable planetarium and we’ll be handing out free eclipse glasses. Time to be announced, and reservations will be accepted starting on March 1.