607-865-5929

Author Archives: wa_admin

Post Image

Little Friends Love the Library, Music and Movement!

The William B. Ogden Library invites all toddlers, preschoolers and infants (and their chaperones and chauffeurs) to drop in for our weekly Storytime–playtime, stories, songs and an age-appropriate craft session every Friday morning at 10:30. On Friday, July 6th, there […]

Read More
Post Image

Indian Summer: A Prelude to the Building of the Cannonsville Reservoir

On Thursday, July 18th, the William B. Ogden Library and the Grant Rogers Project will sponsor a second showing of Indian Summer: a movie about the building of the Cannonsville Reservoir, featuring some local area citizens past and present.  Everyone […]

Read More
Post Image

Writers’ Group to Meet on Saturday

Our writers’ group will be meeting at 11:00 Saturday morning. It’s an open group, so everyone who puts pen to paper or ink to printer is welcome. Bring some recent writing or work that you’re currently crafting, and share in […]

Read More
Post Image

Our June Calendar of Programs and Events

Pick up a copy of our June calendar of programs and events in our library lobby. The calendar can also be found online by clicking on "calendar" at the top of the page.
Read More
Post Image

Preschool Storytime, Fridays at 10:30

  Friday mornings are a wonderful time to introduce your infant, toddler or preschooler to the library. Our weekly “Storytime” begins at 10:30, and it’s a fun hour of stories, songs, age-appropriate games and crafts, led by our youth services […]

Read More
Post Image

Get Outside (of your evening routine) and Play!

 We host Mahjong games every Thursday from 6-8pm. Turn off the Netflix, grab a friend and join in! Mahjong is not terribly difficult to learn, and we can bring out table after table to make sure everyone has a seat. […]

Read More
Post Image

Parent & Child Playgroup Tuesday, May 8

  We’re teaming up with the Delaware Opportunities Inc. Childcare and Resource Center for a “fun with movement” workshop on Tuesday, May 8, from 10:30 until 11:15. Infants. toddlers and preschoolers (and their chauffeurs) are invited to the library to […]

Read More
Post Image

Children’s Book Week

 The first week of May is Children’s Book Week, and what better time to start (or restart) a tradition of reading aloud to your children every day? Stop in at the library for special themed programs this week on Tuesday […]

Read More
Post Image

The Big Birdhouse Auction is over, Come in to pick up your prize!

 That’s right. Thursday, April 26, the evening of our Poetry Open Mic/Slam/Recitation or Reading, will be your last chance to place a silent auction bid on a beautiful, decorative birdhouse. Birdhouses have been lovingly embellished by a dozen of our […]

Read More
Post Image

Genealogy 101: a Free Lesson in Digging Your Roots

 

Professional genealogist Laura Lee will be presenting Genealogy 101: Digging Your Roots on Thursday, April 12th.  This free introduction to the best ways to search your family tree will begin at 6:00. The evening might be especially of interest to those […]

Read More