Take Your Child to the Library Day
Saturday, February 7

Image of family of rabbits going to the libraryWe're joining libraries around the country in celebrating Take Your Child to the Library Day! We've planned some special Frozen / winter-themed events for your visit, so be sure to stop by!

All events will be held at the
Earl Brydges Building, 1425 Main Street

All Day

Snowman Scavenger Hunt - snow people have disguised themselves as some of your favorite book characters and hidden in the children's room - find and identify them for your chance to win a fun prize basket!

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

  • Make some winter crafts
  • Meet your favorite “Snow Queen” and “Snow Princess” - don't forget your cameras!

12:15 pm

  • Enjoy a special dance performance from the "Snow Queen" and "Snow Princess".

12:30 pm
Image of Frozen Singalong CoverMovie: Frozen Sing-A-Long
We’ll be showing the sing-along version of Frozen on the big screen in the auditorium. Dressing up as your favorite character strongly encouraged!

Warm Up With a Good Book

When the wind is howling, why not stay home with an engrossing read? Our librarians have displayed some great titles to get you started! Work on those resolutions with a selection from New Year, New You; grab a graphic novel from Get Graphic; or observe No Name Calling Week with a book that explores diversity.

Image of graphic novel displayImage of name calling displayImage of new year new you display

Exhibit of the Month

Image of artwork of Randy McClellanPencil drawings by Randy McClellan are on display in the main floor display cases through January 31.

Poetry Falls 2015
featuring local poets and poems about the Niagara region

A series of poetry workshops will be presented with a focus on a selected technique, using Local History resources. Poets may bring work for sharing and discussion if wished.

Workshops will be held on the third Wednesday of the month in the Local History Department from 3 P.M. to 5 P.M.  No registration is required.

February 18: The Sonnet with historic Gazette articles about stunters

March 18: The Limerick featuring historic and humorous news

Local History Book Club

A Local History Book Club will discuss Niagara Falls novels in the Local History Department on the last Monday of the month from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.

No registration is required for this program. All of the books are available through the Nioga Library System.

You may request a book by stopping at the circulation desk or by clicking here.

February 23 - The Odds: A Love Story by Stewart O'Nan

March 30 - The Falls by Joyce Carol Oates