Wiggle and Bop

Every Wednesday 11:00am

Do your kiddos need to get out some energy? Open to all children up to school age. We will sing, dance, and play our wiggles away!


Community Creation Station

 Crafts available all December

   1/9 Wire Jewelry: Earring Workshop  Recycle single earrings or make a brand new pair!

   1/16 Finger Knit Scarves   Fast, easy, and fun for all ages! Crochet and Knitters  welcome too.

   1/23 Felting Bee  Start from scratch or finish your in process projects.

All projects will be show cased with instruction on Monday nights from 5:30-7:00 pm and then offered as Do It Yourself (DIY) for the rest of the week.

The Community Creation Station is a creative space, with tools and materials  provided for free by the library. Work on your own hobbies or check out one of the crafts offered throughout the month.


Tail Waggin’ Tutors

Saturday, January 7th & 21st 12:00 pm

Is your child reluctant to read? Whether its difficulty or shyness we have a book group for you. Come read to trained therapy dogs at the library! The dogs are calm,    reassuring, and are an attentive audience. This takes the pressure off the child and makes reading fun. All ages are invited. Tail Waggin’ Tutors is a program through Therapy Dogs International.


Winter Reading Challenge

Thursday, December 1st- Tuesday, February 28th

Challenge yourself and your kids to read this winter! Every 15 minutes of reading will earn you a link in your own paper chain around the library and a chance to win a grand prize basket! Register at the desk, all ages are welcome!

Yoga for EveryBody


Monday, January 30th 5:30-6:45 Introductory Class

Kundalini Yoga is a dynamic form of yoga that  integrates yoga postures and meditation techniques for total mind and body well being. Please join us for an all ages introductory class or Chair Yoga, with certified Kundalini instructor Elisa Leone. Yoga mats are  recommended, but a beach towel will work for this class!


Book Club

Wednesday, January 25th at noon.

Come join us for a friendly discussion of “My Name is Lucy Barton”, by Elizabeth Strout at the Cohocton Public Library (8 Maple Ave, Cohocton).  Teens and adults are welcome! Coffee, tea, and light refreshments will be served!

Why We’re Here

The Cohocton Public Library is here to provide a welcoming and lively center for lifelong learning, personal enrichment and entertainment.

Simply put, we’re here for you!

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