SYRACUSE — Home-schoolers are invited to visit the Syracuse Public Library at 10:30 a.m. each Friday from Sept. 10 through Nov. 19.
Subjects will rotate each week, with planned topics including music, science, cardboard engineering, art and history. The focus of the program is hands-on and interactive learning. September’s tentative schedule is music Sept. 10 and solar cooking on Sept. 17, weather permitting. On Sept. 24, the library will welcome special guest Terry Trimmer, who will give a presentation on the Revolutionary War.
Storytimes will also resume at 10:30 a.m. each Friday, starting Sept. 10. During September, there will be rotating storytellers. Young children will enjoy great stories and other fun activities.
Take-and-make crafts will also resume in September, with a new one each week.
Labor Day Closure
Don’t forget the Syracuse Public Library will be closed Monday, Sept. 6, in observation of Labor Day. Normal hours resume Tuesday, Sept. 7.
A Craft And 3D Printer Demo
All ages are welcome to visit the library from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, to see a 3D printer in action upstairs in the young adult department. People will be able to purchase mini figurines created by the printer as part of the demonstration.
A neon sign craft project will be offered at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9. Participants will be able to choose from various sign options – from simple words to silhouettes. Space is limited, so call the library at (574) 457-3022 or message its Facebook page to secure a spot. Interested parties can also call the day of the event to see if drop-ins are available. All ages are welcome to participate in this craft.
Find Decluttering Support
The decluttering support group needs promptly at noon Thursday, Sept. 9, with doors closing five minutes after its start. The group offers support to those looking to downsize or simplify their belongings.