Interested in finding out what is going on at your Victor Farmington Library? Want to register for a program?
On Monday January 15th, we celebrated our latest class of readers who had read 1,000 books! Congratulations to all.
We will have three workshops in which children perform a fable and record it as a readers’ theater play. They also create illustrations, and add music & sound effects to create a short video.
For children in grades 2-6.
Saturday January 27th 1:30pm “Belling the Cat”
Library premiere of the productions and a Family Maker Day will be on Saturday, February 3, from 10:15 am—10:45 am.
As part of this special event, a Sound Recording Studio will be set-up in the small study room. Come in and learn how to use the equipment and software. (Hint: It’s easy!) There will be opportunities that Saturday for 5-10 minute “mini” recording sessions. Read a poem, share a joke, tell a story, sing a song, or play an instrument (bring your own instrument). Record, edit, and add special effects. If you want, we can even add your mini-project to the library website.
NYS OASAS will offer FREE heroin and opioid overdose prevention training on Thursday, January 4th at 11:30 AM.
The objectives of the training are:
1. Increase understanding and awareness of fatal overdoses related to opioids and the impact within the community.
2. Recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose.
3. Learn how to administer naloxone (aka Narcan) properly and take necessary follow-up steps .
4. Receive at no cost a naloxone kit.
For more information click here.
To register click here.