The Staff and the Board of Trustees of the Parish Public Library want to thank all the voters of the APW School District who took the time to vote. We are pleased to announce that the proposition to increase the funding to the Library passed. We will continue to serve this community. There are so many events going on at the library as well as best selling books and DVDs, computer access and free Wi-Fi, and so much more. Please stop in and see what The Parish Library has to offer and once again, THANK YOU for your support.


The Parish Public Library is pleased to present a very entertaining program on May 25,  provided by Lisa Davis. Lisa lives in rural New York State and is an enthusiastic gardener and nature lover. Though she was a registered nurse by education and trade, designing and planting gardens for many years fulfilled her creative urges. She then discovered the relatively new art form called scanography.

Parish Writers Group

Its Springtime and that means the Parish Writers Group will resume. Beginning, Tuesday, April 26 the group will meet at the Library for the next 5 consecutive Tuesday at 6:00 pm. Adults are invited to come and join, learn and share their writings. Its great for a skilled writers, an aspiring author or just someone who wants to jot some things down.


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 Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into paper sculptures. Mary Brunet, a member of the Friends of the Parish Library will present this fun evening of art. This event will be open to all ages, young and old and anywhere in between and it is intended for beginners. However, if you are experienced in this art, come along and show the group. The paper will be provided and the event is free!  Refreshments will be served. Come along for some fun!

Local Author Reseaching Oswego County Search and Rescue Team

Local author, Jim Farfagila will be hosting a talk on the organization and establishment of the Oswego County Search and Rescue Team. In July 1971, a Baldwinsville child went missing from the families' Adirondack Camp. Sadly the case remains one of the area's most troubling unsolved case. Out the tragedy came, however, was born the esteemed organization, The Oswego County Pioneer Search and Rescue Team.


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