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Come, all ye families, to OPL’s Holiday Celebration

The staff of Oneida Public Library invites families with young children to a holiday party on Wednesday, December 18, at 6:00 p.m. featuring music, storytelling by special guests, refreshments and the making of holiday centerpieces for home. F or more information, please contact OPL’s Youth  Services coordinator Megan Gillander at 315.363.3050.

Board next meets December 18
The OPL Board will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, December 18, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. in the library’s Local History Room, 220 Broad St., Oneida. The public is invited to attend. The History Room permits barrier-free access to the physically handicapped.

The new OPL rises from the earth

459 Main Street, November 26, 2019. The concrete slab has been poured, smoothed and tested throughout the new library’s interior, and the next major step is to raise and install the cold metal trusses, shown here framed by the arched entryway facing Main Street, over the future lobby and Community Room. (Photo by T. A. Murray)

459 Main Street, November 19, 2019. Workers from Hanson Aggregate, Oneida, are directing the flow of ready-mixed concrete onto the base floor of the new library and smoothing it out. (Photo by G. R. Kinsella)

 

More 19th-century newspapers added to OPL’s Digital Archives Thanks to a grant from the Central New York Library Resources Council and a donation from the Friends of the Oneida Public Library, the OPL’s Digital Archives of the Oneida Public Library now has the digital versions of 10 microfilm reels of Oneida 19th-century newspapers: The Democratic Union (Feb. 1872-Sept. 1875 and Jan. 1885-Dec. 1901) and the Oneida Free Press (April 1880-March 1886).

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The OPL has Oneida High School yearbooks online Oneida High School yearbooks from 1936 through 2018 have been successfully digitized, electronically indexed and, as of today, posted online at the web site of New York Heritage, thanks to a Regional Bibliographic Databases Program grant to the Oneida Public Library from the New York State Library, as administered by the Central New York Library Resources Council in Syracuse. Those interested in exploring the yearbooks online can go directly to the New York Heritage site at: https://nyheritage.org/collections/oneida-yearbook-collection 

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Yoga for Seniors 2:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Jun 4 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Bill Skinner, a certified Hatha yoga instructor, is back for a new season of weekly classes for seniors in safe and practical yoga postures and exercises for better all-round health. The class is free and[...]
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Yoga for Seniors 2:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Jun 11 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Bill Skinner, a certified Hatha yoga instructor, is back for a new season of weekly classes for seniors in safe and practical yoga postures and exercises for better all-round health. The class is free and[...]
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Father’s Day Craft 6:00 pm
Father’s Day Craft
Jun 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Father's Day Craft
Young children can create unique hand-made gifts for the very special men in their lives.
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Yoga for Seniors 2:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Jun 18 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Bill Skinner, a certified Hatha yoga instructor, is back for a new season of weekly classes for seniors in safe and practical yoga postures and exercises for better all-round health. The class is free and[...]
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Yoga for Seniors 2:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Jun 25 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Yoga for Seniors
Bill Skinner, a certified Hatha yoga instructor, is back for a new season of weekly classes for seniors in safe and practical yoga postures and exercises for better all-round health. The class is free and[...]
Farmers’ Market Story Time 4:00 pm
Farmers’ Market Story Time
Jun 25 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Farmers' Market Story Time
OPL’s Youth Services Coordinator Megan Gillander takes to the road and regales young children at Madison County Historical Society’s Farmers’ Market at Main and Grove streets with stories and crafts..  
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