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October 21, 2018

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History On Display At Library

Among the images on display is this one of the construction of the lighthouse.

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).

Rural Health Network Of Oswego County To Host Scrapbooking Session

Scrapbooking enthusiast, Pam Marion (left) assists Kennedy Myers of Mexico as she works on a holiday memory scrapbook project. Marion will facilitate a seminar on July 23 at the Oswego Public Library.

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.

Wilde Works On Display

Wilde photos

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.

Navigating Retirement Talk At Libraries

Please join us for an informative seminar that examines the changing landscape of retirement and offers actionable recommendations on how to plan for—and achieve—the retirement you envision.

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