Tuesday, April 15th at 1:00 p.m.
Students from the SUNY Geneseo Storytelling Institute will be visiting the Wadsworth Library to present their final stories of the semester. The students will perform their original or interpreted stories. Please join us for an afternoon of enjoyable listening. Recommended for children K-5th grade. Stories include:
"Have to put a hand on it" by Amy Chan
Amy will share an original story based on a small favor that her mother asked her do.
"A Fisherman's Tale" by Justin Iaquinta
Justin will share an original tale based on his uncle, who may or may not be a fisherman.
"How Raven Stole Back the Sun" by Michelle Moshon
Michelle will share a porquoi tale which explains why we have light in the sky today.
"The Three Bears" by SUNY Geneseo professor, Michael Teres
Michael will tell the tale of Goldilocks and the three bears, using puppets.
Siren the Fire Dog
Thursday, April 17th at 2:00 p.m.
Open to ages 4+
Fireman Brian Shannon and Siren the Livingston County fire dog will be visiting the Wadsworth Library! Fireman Shannon will be sharing the story No Dragons for Tea by Jean Pendziwol followed by a brief demonstration and meet and greet.
Spring Into Reading: Story and Craft Event
Friday, April 18th from 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Sigma Tau Delta, SUNY Geneseo's English Honor Society, will be holding a reading event celebrating spring on April 18 from 2:00-3:00 PM in the Wadsworth Library meeting room. In addition, we will have a surprise craft related to the season and a snack! This event is for school-age children (5+). Registration is required; the event is free. Sign-up today!