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Royal Tea Party

Thanks to everyone who registered.  All of our spots have been filled.  The pick up date for the Tea Party Make and Take Kit is Saturday, January 23rd between 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. After you pick up your Take-Home Tea Party kit, join us on our Facebook page! 

Board of Trustees Meeting

The Annie Porter Ainsworth Memorial Library Board of Trustees meeting will be held online (streamed on YouTube Live) on Tuesday, February 2nd at 6:30 pm.

Genealogy Room is Open!

Our Genealogy room is back in business! Email our volunteer genealogist, Noreen with questions or to schedule an appointment at: or stop in on Saturdays between 10:30 am and 12:30 pm.

Teen Writer Group

Writing Group for teen writers and teens who would like to be writers. Meeting online the third Thursday of each month, in person when we can. 4:30-5:30. Contact the library for details on how to join.

Library Updates

Beginning Tuesday, September 8th, the Library will be increasing its patron capacity limit from 10 to 20 patrons inside the building at a time. The patron's time limit inside the library will increase from 30 minutes to 1 hour.
Patrons can continue to use the Library's four available public computers and make copies, scans, faxes, and prints.
Curbside service is still available.
The Library's temporary hours will remain the same until further notice (M, T, Th, & F 2-6 pm; Sat. 10 am-1 pm).
Everyone entering the building must wear a face covering/mask and practice social distancing.
Please return any materials that have been out before the Library's closure in March. There will be no overdue charges.

Educator Cards

Ainsworth Memorial Library offers an educator card for educators who live or work in the Sandy Creek Central School District. This includes K-12 classroom teachers in public and private schools, daycare center teachers, and homeschoolers.

With an educator card your library privileges are extended to the following:
•Charge limit: 40 items
•Hold limit: 20 items
•Overdue limit: 5 items

To apply for an educator card, you will need to appear in person at the library with the following items:
•Photo ID (e.g., driver’s license)
•Proof of current address (proof can consist of a piece of mail addressed to the applicant)
•Your current library card (if you have one).
•Proof of educator status can be in the form of a teacher photo ID, a homeschooler teacher ID provided by the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), or a copy of your current Letter of Intent (LOI).

Museum Pass Program

Looking to get out of the house? Looking to do something fun (and free or almost free) to do? Our Library lends museum passes to the following reopened places: Children's Museum of Oswego, Empire Pass for NYS Parks, and The Wild Center at Tupper Lake. The passes can be placed on hold on our Library's catalog at: or checked out at the Library.


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