The Lyons Public Library has been serving residents of the Lyons Central School District, since we first opened our doors in 1956. We offer free access to books, DVD's, magazines, videogames, public computers, wi-fi access and a extensive digital collection. In addition to our collections, the Library offers multiple programs for all ages each month and diverse services to meet the needs of our community. As a member of OWWL Libraries, our patrons are able to access resources in four counties: Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming, and Livingston.
The Lyons community wants the Library to provide more programming opportunities such as music concerts, art classes, lectures, authors, animal presentations, handmade crafts, storytellers, sewing, quilting, but the Library's budget is already stretched as far as it can go. We want people to be able to access these types of classes in our rural community; therefore, we are asking for support to expand our offerings to area residents. We want to be able to broaden people's knowledge and skills while they also have an opportunity to enjoy themselves. We especially would like to broaden our program offerings for children and teens and our technology offerings for adults.
We focus on: Arts and Culture, Education
Where we are: Livingston, Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming
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