Last week of August

 For some programs you must register at the library.

For more upcoming programs check our Calendar of Events.


Wednesday August 31st:

Make Your Own Button! Teen drop-in program     2:30 – 5pm

last weekCelebrate the end of summer vacation by making your own button at the library! Print out a picture and bring it with you, or be creative with our materials. We'll have markers, paper, and magazines from which you can cut words and pictures.   Drop in any time 2-5:30.  See you here! 


Week of August 22nd through 28th

 For some programs you must register at the library.

For more upcoming programs check our Calendar of Events.


Tuesday August 23rd:

Home Alone Safety Class   1pm

home alone For ages 7 – 14, cost is $20 payable in cash only.


Board Meeting   7pm

Pajama Storytime FBMonthly meeting of the Board of Trustees. All welcome. 



Wednesday August 24th:

Off to Kindergarten Story Time   6:30pm

A special evening story time for those entering Kindergarten in 2016.


Thursday August 25th:

Off to Kindergarten Story Time     11am

A special morning story time for those entering Kindergarten in 2016.


Essential Oils Make-n-Take Body Wash   7pm

essential-oilssmall$6 at the door.  If you prefer, you can come for free and just get the recipe.


Friday August 26th:

Knitting Club     4pm

knittingAll levels of skills welcome.

New Book Discussion Series

      The Victor Farmington Library is excited to be the recipient of a grant from the New York State Council for the Humanities.  With these funds, the library will be able to offer a special book discussion series.

     This series will use plays to explore the theme of good and bad people and what determines goodness and evil.  The discussions will be led by Joe O’Toole who has facilitated literary discussions at numerous area libraries with great success.  Joe comes to us with a varied background and is a fine representation of renaissance educator.  He is currently the Director of the Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum where he oversees all aspects of running a museum and maintaining a historic lighthouse:  training volunteer docents, developing interpretive educational materials, redesigning exhibitions, and making educational presentations to community groups.

     “Saints and Sinners” will begin on Wednesday evening, September 14th with an introduction to the series and the distribution of the first play.  Each month through February, a new play will be discussed.  We ask that all registrants commit to attending each discussion to insure the success of the program.  The sessions will start at 6:30 pm and will be held at the Victor Farmington Library, 15 West Main Street in Victor.  Registration is a must.   Please call the library for more information at 585 924-2637.

saints & sinners poster