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Annual Meeting Tuesday 6/15 @ 7pm

Our annual meeting will be held Tuesday 6/15 at 7pm. We emailed out connection information on Friday, June 11 in the early evening. If you need connection information, send us a note to info@eagle-heights.us with your name and address and we’ll gladly share the zoom link and password.

From the Library – THIS SATURDAY (6/26/21): Storytime Yoga

Storytime Yoga brings books to life with yoga poses and music. The class connects parents and children in playful ways, so please bring your children to enjoy this lively program that weaves yoga, stories, and music together.

Storytime Yoga is designed for children ages 3-7 (and their parents). The program will be hosted by Samana Lake, a Children’s Yoga Instructor and songwriter, and held outside on the Library Lawn. Please bring a mat or towel for you and your child, and masks are preferred. If you or your child are unmasked, please maintain social distancing of at least six feet.

Come listen, play, and learn as a family at Storytime Yoga on Saturday, June 26, at 11:00 AM. Registration is required, please sign up now through our Event Calendar.

From the Library – Irondequoit Library Closed on Friday, June 25, 2021

The Irondequoit Library will be closed this Friday, June 25, due to a Staff Training Day.

Regular hours will resume on Saturday, June 26.

From the Library – NEXT WEDNESDAY (6/23/21): IPL Genealogy Group: African American Research

Local genealogy buff Bob Coomber will join the IPL Genealogy Group this month (via Zoom) to speak about African American Research. He’ll also talk about how to trace your ancestors who were slaves, including what records are available and how to find those records online.

Registration is required to attend this month’s meeting of the IPL Genealogy Group, which will be held on Wednesday, June 23, at 7:00 PM. You can register now through our Event Calendar. The login information for Zoom will be emailed to you before the program begins.

From the Library – NEXT WEDNESDAY (6/23/21): Why (And What) Teens Should Read Outside of School

We all know that some teens should read more, but the more salient questions about why or what they should read often go unanswered.

Mike Bergin of Chariot Learning will attempt to answer those questions in Why (And What) Teens Should Read Outside of School. In this online program, Teens will learn about research-supported facts and strategies for building regular reading habits, as well as the answers to these questions…

Is reading a skill that can be improved?
How often should teens read to unlock real mastery?
How do strong reading skills impact school grades, test scores, and life in general?
With limited time available, what kind of reading should teens prioritize?

Why-And-What Teens Should Read Outside of School will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, June 23, at 6:30 PM. If you’d like to attend the program, please register now through our Event Calendar. Registration will close on Monday, June 21, at 5:00 PM.

Please note, by registering for this program, you are agreeing to release your name and email to Chariot Learning. The Zoom login information and any PDF materials will be sent from Chariot Learning.