WADHAMS FREE LIBRARY
763 NYS Route 22
Wadhams, NY 12993
518-962-8717 info@wadhamsfreelibrary.org
OPEN HOURS
Tuesday 3pm - 9pm
Wednesday 3pm - 9pm
Thursday 3pm - 9pm
Saturday 9am - Noon
We love STORY HOUR
Please call us for times.
Visit the Clinton Essex Franklin Library System's website at cefls.org for lots of useful and interesting resources, including a guide to the Affordable Care Act.

SPRING 2016 Newsletter
OUR LITTLE LIBRARY
APPRECIATES YOUR SUPPORT.
THANK YOU
VOLUNTEERS!
Patrons who value the Library's services may not be aware of how much we rely on the generous volunteer help of our friends in the community. Without them, we wouldn't have a Library at all.
If you are interested in volunteering, call the Library, or better yet stop by and let us know.
WEDNESDAYS IN WADHAMS LECTURE SERIES | 7:30pm at the Library
The lectures are free and open to the public.

4333 Miles on Two Wheels: Biking Across America
presented by Barbara Kunzi
Wednesday October 5th at 7:30pm

Barbara Kunzi of Essex will give an informal talk and answer questions about her cross-country bicycle trip this summer. For nine weeks she pedaled from Seattle to Boston in the company of 33 other cycling enthusiasts.

Preserving Patrimony: Lessons of the Cuban Experience
presented by Mary-Nell Bockman
Wednesday October 19th at 7:30pm

Mary-Nell Bockman of Adirondack Architectural Heritage will talk about the tour she led to Cuba this past January, focusing on the architectural preservation efforts in Cuba, with lots of slides.

The Cat in Societal Evolution
presented by Albert J. Haberle, DVM, Veterinary Relief Service
Wednesday November 2nd at 7:30pm

Dr. Haberle will speak about the long intertwined history of cats and people, beginning with cats’ roles as mousers on ships during the time of the Phoenicians.

Adirondack Arborist
presented by Ben Collins
Wednesday November 16th at 7:30pm

Ben Collins, who describes himself as an arborist, tree climber, sawyer, and
“all-around wood guy,” will speak about trees (of course!). He also loves water. Maybe he’ll talk about that, too.

An Introduction to Icelandic Vistas
presented by Sue and Clay Reaser
Wednesday November 30th at 7:30pm

Sue and Clay will share pictures and stories of their August trip through the lower half of Iceland, from Reykjavik to Hofn. It’s a land of volcanos, geothermal pools, glaciers, moss-covered lava fields, and waterfalls—all within an area slightly smaller than the state of Kentucky.