From duffers to the more experienced, Oswego’s newest ‘golf course’ proved to be as delightful as it was challenging on Monday. The Oswego Public Library was closed for regular activities. However, it hosted a mini golf event on Martin Luther King’s Day to sponsor the Children’s Room.
The Summer Reading Program at the Pulaski Public Library has taken flight! The theme this summer is One World, Many Stories.
Oswego, 1920 –1946 is the theme of the July photographic exhibit at the Oswego Public Library’s Art Gallery. Harrison Wilde created this exhibit from old albums that he purchased at an antique store (Tug Hill Antiques).
The Oswego City School District Board of Education and the Oswego Public Library board of trustees will both hold their annual reorganizational meeting today. County and city meetings are also on tap in Oswego.
Sponsored by the Rural Health Network of Oswego County, the Tobacco Free Network of Oswego County and the Oswego County Health Department, the scrapbooking techniques session will be facilitated by Pam Marion. Marion, who attends a yearly scrapbooking conference in Hamilton, has been creating innovative scrapbooks for the past 15 years.
The Oswego Public Library used grant funding to purchase new video conferencing equipment for its Public Computing Center. Adding video conferencing equipment to the center for training and education will help to stimulate employment and job opportunities, according to the facility’s director.
The Oswego Public Library is seeking approval of a budget of $1,068,973 at the upcoming election on May 17 for the year 2011-2012.
Harrison Wilde is the featured artist this month (April) at the Oswego Public Library’s Art Gallery. One critic hailed his work because of “his keen eye that created wonderful compositions, whether he was taking photos of local scenes, or doing nature photography.” The end results were often times unique depictions of familiar scenes.
For her Girl Scout Gold Award Project, Paige Gray decided to create a “Mural of Memories” and rekindle the love of art in elementary and middle school age students in the process. The youngsters created a panel reflecting their ideas of positive change.
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