Krista Flynn is a nature and portrait photographer from, and residing in, Honeoye Falls. Krista is inspired by the changing seasons, small, overlooked details, finding magic in the ordinary, light, and meaningful connection. Krista loves finding creative uses of light...
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Grab and Go Crafts: While Supplies Last
The Mendon Public Library will continue to offer craft kits while supplies last. Typically coinciding with the seasons, our crafts are made possible through the generous support of our Friends. Craft kits are typically assembled by our valuable volunteers. Have fun...
In this interactive, guided meditation series, you won’t have to be a master to experience this ancient art. These powerful group experiences will be held in the Mendon Public Library Jacobs Family Reading Room, and will be followed up with discussions that will leave you feeling relaxed and inspired. You will be able to take these techniques with you to incorporate them into your daily life. Everyone is welcome. Wear comfortable clothing. Sign up today for one class, or multiple classes (1/9, 2/13, 3/13, 4/10, 5/8, 6/12.)
Senior Living Options
Join us in the Mendon Public Library Jacobs Family Reading Room with the Episcopal SeniorLife Communities (ESLC) on Thursday, June 15, 1:30pm – 2:30pm to learn about various senior living options, the services offered at each level of care, and essential questions to ask while touring communities. This program is ideal for seniors and/or those helping loved ones decide on their next move.
J and YA Materials Going Fine Free
On Friday, December 23, 2022 the J (Juvenline) and YA (Young Adult) materials from the Mendon Public Library will no longer be assessed late fees. Lost or damaged items will still be charged for replacement.
Book Club for Adults
THIS BOOK CLUB HAS REACHED MAXIMUM CAPACITY.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING, PLEASE SIGN UP ON THE WAIT LIST; YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF THERE IS AN OPENING. Our Adult Book Club meets the third Monday of each month. Books are chosen from a variety of genres. Participants read the book in advance and come prepared for a discussion. Facilitated by MPL staff member Andrea. Registration required.
Civil Rights & Racial Justice Models Book List
Click here to view the book list Civil Rights & Racial Justice Models Book List.
Paws to Relax – 2nd & 4th Tuesdays
Drop into the Mendon Public Library on the 2nd or 4th Tuesday of each month from 6:30 - 7:30 pm to say "hello" to Golden Retrievers Hollie and Finley and their handler, Melinda. Hollie and Finley are trained therapy dogs and love to be read to. No reservations needed....
Technology Training 1-on-1 Wednesdays
On Wednesday afternoons the library offers 1-on-1 technology training with Danny Bassette! Bring your laptop, tablet, or phone if you have one. Choose a 1-hour time slot at 3pm-4pm, 4pm-5pm, or 5pm-6pm. Reserve your spot today! [button...
Adults, join us at the Mendon Library Conference table on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month from 10:00am – 11:30am to work on your knitting projects. To reserve your spot, . . .
Medicare Information Sessions with Excellus
Adults interested in learning more about Medicare are encouraged to meet with a representative from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield for this free program. Excellus will be in the library to take questions during this entire period. Registration is requested for a 1-hour consultation.
J and YA Book List That Promotes Inclusion
The Mendon Public Library is proud to release a new book list for juvenile and young adult readers titled, "Books which promote the concepts of Tolerance, Respect, Dignity, Awareness, and Sensitivity Toward Others for Juvenile and Young Adult Readers." This new list...
2022-2023 VIP Passes and Empire Pass
Use a Very Important Places (VIP) pass to receive a discount at one of Rochester and Monroe County’s arts and cultural treasures. Check out a VIP pass for a participating museum or arts organization. Bring the VIP pass to the venue and enjoy discounted admissions or...
Mendon Public Library staff happily assists Book Clubs to reserve meeting space and/or books. For more information, simply contact the library at 624-6067.