TAX HELP & FORMS information:
We are hosting Senior Tax Help by appointment only this year, starting February 17th. The program is run through Judy Parker of Cornell Cooperative Extension. To schedule an appointment, please call 315-750-2638. This will take place in our new community room and seniors aged 60+ are welcome.
We are expecting tax forms to arrive throughout the month of February. Patrons are welcome to call for updates on our inventory. Additionally, we can print out forms found online free of charge.
Friends of the Oneida Public Library are sponsoring a book fair featuring the wide-range of children’s and young adult books published by Usborne. The fair will help supplement the Oneida Public Library’s book budget.
Family members, both children and adults, can bond over exciting board games, including Settlers of Catan, Candyland, Uno or a favorite one brought from home to share.
The whole family is invited for some indoor fun: making crafts together. The OPL supplies all materials.
Compete against new friends and family in the simple but exciting game of bingo!
Use your beautiful penmanship and make a special holiday card for someone special or for the whole family. All art supplies are provided.
The OPL invites families with young children to come in and play the simple but always exciting card game of Uno.
The Library invites families with young children to a holiday party with music, storytelling by special guests, refreshments and the making of holiday centerpieces for home.
Yes, you too can communicate with deaf persons by learning their graceful and poetic language. All family members can learn the basics, helpful words and phrases of American Sign Language. Megan Gillander, a sign-language adept, will lead the class.
If your family members lack art skills but enjoy a good time, come to the OPL for a bad art competition. Whether a silly portrait, messy mobile or wretched sculpture, the worse piece might win the prize. All materials are supplied.
All family members can learn the basics, helpful words and phrases of American Sign Language. Megan Gillander, a sign-language adept, will lead the class.
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