depicts the process of nail polish marbling

WorkShop Wednesday: Plant a Seed 
Stop in all week to plant a seed of your choice from our seed library. 

Text" Peppermint sugar scrub", small mason jar with pink sugar scrub surrounded by peppermint candies

STEM Story Time: Edible Flowers

Wednesday May 19th 1:00 pm Registration and masks required.

Learn about flowers with books and activities. We will walk to the gazebo if the weather is nice. This program is for school age kids and families. Registration and masks are required.

is program is for school age kids and families. Stop by to register for the link and pick up a materials kit.

Monday 1-7
Tuesday 10-7
Wednesday 1-7
Thursday 10-7
Friday 1-7
Saturday 10-2
We will be closing at 5:00 pm on Friday 9/4 and be closed Saturday 9/5 and Monday 9/7 For Labor Day
**No appointments will be made the last hour of each day so that we can sanitize for the next day.
Thank you for your cooperation!

9:00 am Monday, Friday, Live on Facebook, and Wednesday on Zoom

Excluding Holidays and School Closings
October through May
Nursery School begins the first full week of October
Join us virtually 3 days a week for circle time including alphabet, numbers, calendar, sign language, songs and stories.
Contact the library to sign up for additional Zoom activities, Early Learning materials, and project kits.
Thursdays at 10:30am

We are Live on Facebook!

Homesteaders Club

 Friday, May 7th 6:00 pm  Loon Lake Conservation Pavilion

This month we meet in person at the new Loon Lake trail and Pavilion. We will walk and identify plants and share our plans for the summer. If you are interested in gardening, small scale farming, canning, preserving, or anything else homestead related, this is the spot for you. Cohocton Public Library (8 Maple Ave, Cohocton) (585)384-5170

book cover, the rosie project

Book Club

Wednesday, April 28th    12:00pm                                                                                                                              

Come join us for a friendly discussion of this month’s selection “The Rosie Project,”

by Graeme Simsion. Copies are available at the Library. We are limited to 8 seats. Masks and distance will be required.

Cohocton Public Library (8 Maple Ave, Cohocton) (585)384-5170