Liverpool Public Library Community Connections

An engaging & innovative public library in Central New York where the community connects!
Our REALLY Big Book Sale is coming! We have 1000 boxes ready to sell! If you are in the CNY area get more info at www.lpl.org Sale is Sept 28 & 29

Our REALLY Big Book Sale is coming! We have 1000 boxes ready to sell! If you are in the CNY area get more info at www.lpl.org Sale is Sept 28 & 29

The Folkus Project: Words and Music Songwriter Woodshed
Wednesdays, July 3, August 7, September 4 • 6pmSargent Meeting RoomA monthly gathering of songwriters, offering encouragement, criticism, and a sophisticated “first audience” for songs in progress. Co-sponsored with The Folkus Project, presenting folk and acoustic music in Syracuse and CNY. For more info visitfolkus.org.

The Folkus Project: Words and Music Songwriter Woodshed

cowwbanjoWednesdays, July 3, August 7, September 4 • 6pm
Sargent Meeting Room
A monthly gathering of songwriters, offering encouragement, criticism, and a sophisticated “first audience” for songs in progress. Co-sponsored with The Folkus Project, presenting folk and acoustic music in Syracuse and CNY. For more info visitfolkus.org.

Twlight Fundraiser for the Library

LPL Twilight Party and Fundraiser

twilight-2Tuesday, November 13 from 7-9pm  
UNO Chicago Grill, 3974 Rte 31, Liverpool
(in the Town of Clay)

Support the Library, have fun and win prizes! The first 50 people will receive a free snack hour appetizer. Prizes at 8:30pm include free movie passes, free pizzas, certificates and library prizes.

Special items on the menu have been renamed and highlighted in honor of the movie Twilight - Breaking Dawn Part 2 including Fanpires Fundue (Shrimp and Crab Fun-Doo) • Oh My Edward Smoothie (Strawberry Smoothie) • Cullins Coctail (Blood Orange Cocktail) • Twilighters Tacos (Make Your Own Tacos.)

If you can’t make the party, bring a dough rai$er coupon in anytime on the 13th and the Library gets up to 20% of the check. Coupons are available in the library or you can download the Dough Rai$er Coupon.

Thursday, June 14 • 6:30pmCarman Community Room • Side lawn of library (weather permitting)
Step back into the Middle Ages and the Renaissance with theBarony of Delftwood. Roam the stations and learn about daily life in medieval Europe. 
Topics will include: Music, Dancing, Armored Combat, Fencing, Hats, Beekeeping, Clothing, Glass Beads, Walnut Ink, Illumination & Calligraphy, and more!

Thursday, June 14 • 6:30pm
Carman Community Room • Side lawn of library (weather permitting)

Step back into the Middle Ages and the Renaissance with theBarony of Delftwood. Roam the stations and learn about daily life in medieval Europe. 

Topics will include: Music, Dancing, Armored Combat, Fencing, Hats, Beekeeping, Clothing, Glass Beads, Walnut Ink, Illumination & Calligraphy, and more!

Step back into the Middle Ages and the Renaissance! 
Thursday June 14th from 6:30-8:30
Members of the Barony of Delftwood will provide an interactive program where participants are free to leisurely roam and stop in at different stations to learn about a variety of medieval European topics. 
Topics will include: Music, Dancing, Armored Combat, Fencing, Hats, Beekeeping, Clothing, Glass Beads, Walnut Ink, Illumination & Calligraphy, and more!

Step back into the Middle Ages and the Renaissance!

Thursday June 14th from 6:30-8:30DelftwoodB

Members of the Barony of Delftwood will provide an interactive program where participants are free to leisurely roam and stop in at different stations to learn about a variety of medieval European topics.

Topics will include: Music, Dancing, Armored Combat, Fencing, Hats, Beekeeping, Clothing, Glass Beads, Walnut Ink, Illumination & Calligraphy, and more!

Saturday, June 210am-3pm • Side Lawn
Perennials, herbs, annuals, and unusual plants will be for sale. Staff member Alan NaPier, who maintains the library flower beds and container gardens, will be available to answer questions. The Friends will offer a good selection of gently-used books for plant lovers. Dig in!   
The drawing for the Adirondack chair will be around 2:45pm, so you still have plenty of time to get tickets!
All proceeds benefit the Friends of Liverpool Library.

Saturday, June 2
10am-3pm • Side Lawn

Perennials, herbs, annuals, and unusual plants will be for sale. Staff member Alan NaPier, who maintains the library flower beds and container gardens, will be available to answer questions. The Friends will offer a good selection of gently-used books for plant lovers. Dig in!   

The drawing for the Adirondack chair will be around 2:45pm, so you still have plenty of time to get tickets!

All proceeds benefit the Friends of Liverpool Library.

Folk Music Duo Salty Pink Appears on Radio LPLRuss Tarby interviews Salty Pink’s Leah Houghtaling and Amelia Sauter on Radio LPL’s Local Artist Spotlight, which airs daily at 1pm and 7pm. Banjo player Houghtaling and bassist Sauter will share their talents when they perform in the library’s Fifth Annual Folk Music Series on Sunday, April 22 at 2pm in the library’s Carman Community Room.Leah and Amelia, also peform as The Black Eyed Susies, along with Jiamie Pyles on guitar, an all-girl old-time/Americana string band that has been lassoing audiences with their original and traditional lonesome cowgirl tunes and exquisite three-part harmonies.For a sampling of their old-time music, check out this CD available in the library’s collection: Black Eyed Susies…Jugs of Gin

Folk Music Duo Salty Pink Appears on Radio LPL
Russ Tarby interviews Salty Pink’s Leah Houghtaling and Amelia Sauter on Radio LPL’s Local Artist Spotlight, which airs daily at 1pm and 7pm. Banjo player Houghtaling and bassist Sauter will share their talents when they perform in the library’s Fifth Annual Folk Music Series on Sunday, April 22 at 2pm in the library’s Carman Community Room.

Leah and Amelia, also peform as The Black Eyed Susies, along with Jiamie Pyles on guitar, an all-girl old-time/Americana string band that has been lassoing audiences with their original and traditional lonesome cowgirl tunes and exquisite three-part harmonies.

For a sampling of their old-time music, check out this CD available in the library’s collection: Black Eyed Susies…Jugs of Gin

New library card designs coming to Liverpool Public library! Which design will you pick when you become a member? These new cards will be valid at all Onondaga County public libraries.

New library card designs coming to Liverpool Public library! Which design will you pick when you become a member? These new cards will be valid at all Onondaga County public libraries.

Local Artist Spotlight interview with Nick Piccininni

Russ Tarby interviews Nick Piccininni on Radio LPL’s Local Artist Spotlight, airing daily at 1pm and 7pm. Piccininni, who performs on banjo, guitar, bass, fiddle, mandolin, and Dobro, will kick off the library’s Fifth Annual Folk Music Series on Sunday, January 15 at 2pm in the Caman Community Room.

To hear a sampling of Piccininni’s artistry, check out this CD available in the library’s collection: 

Delaney Brothers Bluegrass…Generations

Finally feeling like winter here in Liverpool! here is a pic of our library main entrance!

Finally feeling like winter here in Liverpool! here is a pic of our library main entrance!