As part of Writers and Books' annual event, "If All of Rochester Read the Same Book", Penfield Library welcomes author Eowyn Ivey. On Wednesday evening, March 19 at 7:00 pm, Ms. Ivey, who was raised in Alaska and continues to live there with her husband and two daughters, will discuss her debut novel The Snow Child (Little, Brown, 2012) which has been nominated for several literary awards including the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. Registration begins February 19.
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Spring into the Arts:Storytelling:Saturday, March 8 at 2:30 p.m. Join us in an exploration of the themes of The Snow Child, the selection of the community-wide read “If All of Rochester Read the Same Book” through folktales from many cultures, including Russian and Inuit. The Genesee Storytellers will offer tales of wonder, wishes, and hope in this once-upon-a time listening experience. Children ages 8 through adult are invited.
Penfield Public Library has been designated an official Safe Place by the Center for Youth. Youth in crisis may come to the library seeking help, and library staff will contact the Center for Youth, who will dispatch their workers to counsel and connect the youth in distress to the services they need. The library can be recognized as a Safe Place community partner by this sign on the outside of the Community Center.
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