Worcester Schenevus Library
168 Main Street
Worcester NY, 12197
Tuesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
As you can see from the heading above, we have changed the Library’s name. With the anticipated opening of our new facility (hopefully next year) and with the Schenevus school district contributing to our operating budget, there was a consensus that our name needed to be more inclusive of the four towns.
Please read this statement from our our Vice-President, John Tauzel, that gives a more extensive explanation of this change.
Name change statement
Soil Samples can be dropped at the Library for testing at the Cornell Cooperative.
First sample is $3; additional tests are $1 each.
First 10 participants get a FREE TEST.
Pick up instructions and a registration form at the Library or download here.
Soil Sample Instructions + Form
The Worcester Free Library and the Iroquois Chapter of the DAR are Co-Sponsoring a program on the History of the Navajo Code Talkers.
Come hear Maxine Christman talk about the Code Talkers and their important role in World War II.
The event will take place at the DAR meeting room (located at the rear of the library) at 1 pm October 14, 2017. See you there!
Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 4 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 12 pm
Tuesday, October 17, 6:30 pm
Bring the green outdoors into your home this winter with these delight-
ful miniature terrariums made with local woodland plants. Foundation
material, containers and some plants will be supplied. More information
at the Library. Space is limited, so please sign up soon at the library.
Save the Date: Paint & Sip
Friday July 21, 6-9 pm
The Friends of the Worcester Free Library are sponsoring a Wine Glass Paint & Sip at the Scheneus Masonic Lodge.
All proceeds benefit the Library’s Capital Campaign.
For reservations call Jessica: 435-4740 or Betty: 638-5617
Congratulations to Karen Nelson of Worcester
for winning the Raffle basket of goodies
Tuesday, April 11, 6 pm at the Library
Bring the Garden Into Your Kitchen All Year Round!
Sprouting increases the nutrient content of seeds and legumes and makes them easier to digest. Growing sprouts at home is a very easy and an inexpensive way to have fresh food year round and only takes a few days. All you need is some containers, seeds and a sunny window.
Sign-up sheet at the Library or call to reserve a space.
Meeting on Tuesday, March 14th at 6 pm at the Library
A basic gardening meeting to ask questions to our Master Gardener and share ideas about gardening preparations for the spring growing season. All are welcome. No experiene necessary.