UPCOMING PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

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Children   Adults

All programs are free and sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Children's Programs

Storytime for Tiny Tots @ the LaSalle Library

For children ages 2 - 4

Join us for stories, music, movement and more!

Thursdays @ 10:30 am
January 21 - February 25

Registration required. Call 283-8309 or email mtimby@nioga.org
Free. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

A.T.L.A.S. (At The Library After School)
For kids ages 5 - 12

February 2 at 2:30 pm: Take flight!
Come learn about the science of paper air planes! We will be creating some really cool flying machines and seeing who can get theirs to go the farthest! 
Registration required. Call 286-4902 or email jbattaglia@nioga.org to sign up.

February 9 at 2:30 pm: Games and Gamers
Come play Minecraft on the library computers with friends or if you don't like computers, play some board games with us!
Registration required. Call 286-4902 or email jbattaglia@nioga.org to sign up.

February 16 at 2:30 pm: Stained glass art
We will all be making our own beautiful stained glass mosaic using tissue paper to hang in a window or put in front of any light. 
Registration required. Call 286-4902 or email jbattaglia@nioga.org to sign up.

February 23 at 2:30 pm: Lego club
Lego club is back! Come make something with the collection of Lego blocks the library has! 
Registration required. Call 286-4902 or email jbattaglia@nioga.org to sign up.

Take Your Child To The Library Day - Featuring Fairy Tale Fun!
Saturday, February 6 @ the Main Library

10am-4:30pm
Scavenger Hunt
Stop by the children's room anytime during the hours above and find the hidden fairy tale heroes and villains!

2:30pm Movie
Disney Descendants

The descendants of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar and Cruella de Vil are allowed into the kingdom to attend prep school alongside the children of Disney heroes. Will these evil teens follow in the footsteps of their wicked parents?

Free. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. No registration required.

Adult Programs

Exhibit: Dr. P.H. Skinner: Disability Educator, Advocate and Abolitionist
Presented by the Museum of disABILITY History
January 7 - March 31, 2016

The interpretive exhibit immerses visitors in the experiences of Dr. P.H. Skinner’s struggle for abolition in Niagara Falls, NY. Dr. P.H. Skinner established a school for African-Americans with disabilities in the shadow of the suspension bridge in 1860. The exhibit, produced through a generous grant from the Niagara Falls Area National Heritage District, will explore dozens of compelling and persuasive visual images.

Museum of disABILITY History • 3826 Main Street, Buffalo NY • museumofdisability.org 716.629.3626

Knitting and Crocheting Workshop

For beginners to advanced .  Beginners, please bring size 8 needles or a size G crochet hook.  Yarn will be provided.  All others, bring a project to work on.  A special class for knitters who are interested in learning how to knit socks “from the toe up” will be offered Wednesdays from 7 to 7:30 pm and Mondays from 12 to 12:30  pm.  Bring a 40 inch circular needle size 1 or 2 and a ball of sock yarn.

Classes held at Niagara Falls Public Library - 1425 Main Street
Wednesdays:  Jan. 20  through February 24   6—7 pm
Mondays:   Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8, 22 and 29    11 am—12 noon

Registration required.  Call 286-4892 or email wudy@nioga.org

Free. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library

Niagara Falls Public Library Book Club

February Selection :
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.

Friday, February 26th @ 3pm. Main Library.

Copies available for checkout at the circulation desk.