Hive Makerspace
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3D Printing

We offer remote 3D Printing for the cost of materials. Fill out the Google form and include the .stl or .obj file and we will let you know when it is ready for pick-up!

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Community Cabinet

A place for community members to exchange and share crafting items. Located in the Hive makerspace.

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Fiber Arts Club

Bring your project to work on in a relaxed setting and chat or share tips while you craft! Group meets on Wednesday mornings @ 11:00 am in the Hive.

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Quilling Craft:
Pumpkins and Bats

Thursday, October 19th @ 6:00 pm. Join us for a crafting event at the library! Learn how to quill and create a quilled card. Registration required.

Children's Services
Paper, scissors, glue, and tape crafting supplies.

School Supplies Exchange

The School Supply Exchange is a community space where patrons and students can donate school supplies, take supplies that they need, or both! It can be found in our Children's Discovery Area.

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Maker Club

Grades K-5. Let’s make something! Join us Tuesdays after school in the Hive, beginning September 19th. Check our calendar to find out what we're working on each week. Snacks will be provided. Registration required. Please register for each individual date.

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Join us on Mondays for Babies & Book, a storytime designed specifically for children from birth to 18 months old to experience the structure of language. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, we host a Story Play for ages 0 to 5 where we combine books, songs, games, and playtime.

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The CLDJ Kids’ Trivia Game Show

For grades 2-5. What did Harry Potter name his owl? Who built the first airplane? What is the largest desert in the world? Miss Jeanie is hosting a trivia game show! Adults are welcome to stay and cheer on the contestants, but this program is for children! Small prizes will be given out. Registration is required for every individual child.

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Fall Event Guide

Click above to view the Fall Event Guide, a booklet that details all of our upcoming programs for September, October, and November 2023. We have programming for babies through adults of all ages. Check it out!

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Syracuse Honey Tasting Program

Thursday, September 28th @ 6:00 pm. Join the experts at for a honey tasting and presentation about the importance of the honey bee on the planet and our food supply.

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CLD&J Music Series

Friday, September 29th @ 7:00 pm. The CLD&J 2023-24 Music Series kicks off with local performer Johnny Harrington. Enjoy popular songs from the 50s through 90s, including rock, country, folk, and blues standards.

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Haunted Cardboard Town

Saturday, October 7th @ 11:30 am. Miss Jeanie has the supplies, you have the creativity. Let’s build the spookiest town! All kids welcome.

Services & Outreach
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Memory Care Collection

Circulating resources, activities, and entertainment for individuals with Alzheimer’s or dementia and their caregivers. Includes books, games & puzzles, and themed, multimedia Memory Care Kits.

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Broadband For All

Borrow one of the Library's hotspots to use at home. Comes with internet access. Simply connect your device via WiFi to the hotspot and your are set to surf!

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Room Bookings

Patrons can reserve Group Meeting Rooms A, B, & C during open hours. Make sure to review the Meeting Room Use Policy and get in touch if you have questions.

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Notary Services

Free notary public services are available Tuesdays from 6:00 - 7:30 pm and Thursdays from 5:30 - 6:30 pm. Call ahead to make sure the Notary is available on the date in question.

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