Cool Tech Tuesdays

Tuesday September 19th

Come check out cool technology like robots, 3D Printers, and online coding games. You decide what we bring to the library and what we tech programs to put on.

Homesteaders Club

Friday, September 1st 6:00 pm

This month explore seed saving and bring any produce you have to try it out! We will discuss the importance of saving seeds for ourselves and our community through the seed library. If you are interested in gardening, small scale farming, canning, preserving, or anything else homestead related, this is the spot for you.




Saturday, August 19th 12:00 pm

Explore the truth behind popular bat myths, meet bats from around the world, discover which bats make their homes in New York, and uncover the many ways bats are beneficial both to humans and the ecosystems they inhabit.  Learn about echolocation and listen to recordings of bats as they hunt for and catch insects.


Minecraft Architects

Thursdays at 12:00 pm 7/6-8/31

Use Minecraft to build a better world. Create together in Minecraft and then translate your creations to reality with Legos, blocks, and boxes!


Community Creation Station

 Crafts available all Month


8/21 Felting Bee– Finish your own projects or help us make cat toys for local shelters.

8/28 Summer Reading Finale- Join us to celebrate the end of summer reading with door prizes, grand prize drawings, and a paint party! Bring a black t-shirt to make a galaxy shirt.

9/11 Back to School Decorating Party- Bejewel your binders, washi tape your pencils, and make fantastic organizers. We have the materials; bring anything you want to decorate.

 9/18 Fall WreathUse egg cartons to make this beautiful wreath for your home.

 9/25 Bath BombsThese fizzy bath bombs will make great gifts for all of your holiday needs.


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.

Yoga for EveryBody

Tuesday August 29th 5:00 pm: Chair Yoga 

Tuesday September 5th 5:00 pm: Yoga for EveryBody

Tuesday September 19th 5:00 pm: Chair Yoga

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. Check out Elisa’s webpage for more details!

Estate Administration with Cornell Cooperative Extension

Wednesday, August 23rd 2:00- 4:00 pm
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County again partners with Patrick Roth, Elder Law Attorney, CPA from Corning, to lead this workshop. He will help you:
Learn about various types of estate administration and when each is used.Discover the steps that occur in every estate administration.
Learn the three “T’s” of estate administration (Taxes, Time and Tolls). Discover what you can do now to make the process easier for your loved ones after you pass away.
The workshop is free, but registration is required. Please call Cornell Cooperative Extension at 607-664-2300.

Summer Reading Challenge

July 1st- August 28th

Challenge yourself and your kids to read this summer! Record your time spent reading and win great prizes like tablets or gift cards to Register at the Cohocton Public Library front desk.

All ages are welcome!


Book Club

Wednesday, August 30th at noon.

Come join us for a friendly discussion of “My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry”, by Fredrik Backman at the Cohocton Public Library (8 Maple Ave, Cohocton, NY).  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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