October Exhibit

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An exhibit of antique quilts is on display in the main floor display cases of the Niagara Falls Public Library through November 3rd.  The quilts come from the collection of librarian Maureen Fennie.

Dark Humor (With A British Slant) Fall Film Series


Please join us on Wednesday, October 29 at 2:30 pm at the Earl Brydges Building auditorium for a big screen viewing of Harold and Maude.

Freewriting in Local History

A research and writing experience with Local History resources.

Wednesday, October 29
5:30 - 7:00 PM in the Department of Local History 

Space is limited.  Registration required.
Call 286-4899 or email nflh@nioga.org.

Harvest of Poetry 2014

Discover a cornucopia of new poets!

You can:
1. Participate as a reader. Arrive 5:40 - 5:45 pm. Select a poet or poems from the table of plenty and sign in.
2. Just join the audience, relax and enjoy!

Books will be available for checkout after the program. First come, first serve!

Wednesday, November 5
6:00 - 7:30pm
Niagara Falls Public Library Auditorium - 1425 Main Street

Ebola: Facts, Not Fear
A lecture on the local response to a global concern.

Image of Ebola logoPlease join us for an informative discussion with two highly knowledgeable local infectious disease control physicians regarding the ebola virus and how the two local hospitals in the Niagara Region are prepared to respond to a potential local outbreak.

Presented By

Dr.  Rajinder Badwa MD
Niagara Falls Memorial  Medical Center
Dr. Thomas Cumbo MD
Mount Saint Mary’s Hospital

Niagara Falls Public Library, Earl W. Brydges Building
1425 Main Street, Niagara Falls NY 14305

Tuesday, November 18th

Sponsored By the Niagara Falls Public Library and the Niagara Gazette

Save the date for a Friends of Local History Event:  
Stories of Niagara with Lorna Czarnota, storyteller and author 

Tuesday, November 18 at 6:30 PM
in the Department of Local History on the 3rd Floor

Lorna Czarnota's books include:
Wicked Niagara (NY): The Sinister Side of the Niagara Frontier 
Legends, Lore and Secrets of Western New York (Folklore)
Native American and Pioneer Sites of Upstate New York: Westward Trails from Albany to Buffalo 


Sponsored by The Friends of Local History

Save the Date

The 3rd Annual Niagara Falls Public Library Holiday Wonderfest will be held on the December 6th from 11 am – 3pm.  The event will feature live entertainment, a community resource fair, a raffle, vendor market, local authors, crafts, refreshments, SANTA CLAUS and more.  

If you would like to reserve a table to sells arts, crafts, packaged baked goods or any other items, please contact Jillian at jonesi@nioga.org.

If you represent a community service agency and would like to reserve space to set up a table and information about your organization, please contact Jillian at jonesi@nioga.org.

If you would like to be featured as a local author at a table to sign or sell your books, please contact Cecilia at cdriscoll@nioga.org.

For any additional information about this event please contact Jillian at jonesi@nioga.org or 716-286-4911.