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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 – NEXT THURSDAY (10/21/21): Teen Anime Club

The Teen Anime Club, which is designed for anime fans between the ages of 13 and 18, will meet at the library on Thursday, October 21, at 4:00 PM.

If you’d like to participate in this month’s meeting of the Teen Anime Club, please register now through our Event Calendar.

As a reminder, all patrons must wear a mask inside town facilities regardless of their vaccination status. Thank you for your cooperation.

From the Library – NEXT WEDNESDAY (10/20/21): Create A Fabric Pumpkin

Tis the season for things to go bump in the night, so what better way to celebrate this time of year than by making a Fall-themed decoration for your home? In Create A Fabric Pumpkin, instructor Linda Bowers will guide you through how to create the craft with no sewing. Instead, you’ll use a foam shape, fabric pieces, and straight pins to make the pumpkin appear quilted!

If you’d like to Create A Fabric Pumpkin, please register now through our Event Calendar. Participants are encouraged to bring a small pair of sharp scissors, but it’s not required.

Please note, this program will be held in the library. Patrons must wear a mask when inside the library.

From the Library – NEXT MONDAY (10/18/21): Tales of Rochester’s Infamous “White Lady” of Durand Eastman Park

Have you ever seen the White Lady of Durand Eastman Park? Many Irondequoit residents will gladly tell you all about the time they ran into the town’s most famous ghost… but for many others she’s just a legend.

You can hear more Tales of Rochester’s Infamous “White Lady” of Durand Eastman Park during an online presentation (via Zoom) with Rochester Candlelight Ghost Walks on Monday, October 18, at 6:00 PM.

Who is the White Lady? Why is she haunting the park? The most popular area for sightings is the castle-like retaining wall that used to support the old Three Lakes Pavilion, a refreshment stand built in 1912. The wood structure that once sat atop the hill and hosted diners has since burned down, leaving only the eerie staircase and castle-like wall. The White Lady has also been spotted at the golf course, in nearby neighborhoods, and Irondequoit Cemetery.

If you’d like to join us for this online presentation, please register now through our Event Calendar. Participants will receive an email with the login information for Zoom before the program begins.

From the Library – Join Literacy Rochester for English Conversation Class Every Monday

Literacy Rochester is an organization that wants to improve the reading, English language, math, and digital literacy skills of adults in Monroe County.

As part of their mission, they will host an English Conversation Class at the Irondequoit Library every Monday from 10:00 AM until 12:00 Noon. if you can’t make it to this week’s class, don’t worry, these free English conversation classes for adults will continue every Monday until December 20th.

Registration for English Conversation Class is requested, and you can signup now through our Event Calendar.

Please contact Literacy Rochester at (585) 473-3030 or email Raana Jilani at rjilani@literacyrochester.org with any questions.