Celebrating 10 Years at Green Street

We will mark ten years at our Green Street location with a weekend-long celebration Friday, November 5th through Sunday, November 7th.

Friday November 5th

Some Things Considered exhibit painting5:00 PM Opening reception for exhibits "1864 to 2060: Your Library Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow." curated by Julee Johnson and Sally Grubb and “Some Things Considered,” curated by William Benson with a presentation by Benson to be held at 6:00 PM.

The art receptions are being held in conjunction with downtown Ithaca’s Gallery Night. For more information, visit http://tcpl-news.blogspot.com/2010/10/library-announces-latest-exhibit.html

Saturday November 6th

10:00 AM Justin Marcus becomes the ceremonial first visitor through the Library’s doors. Marcus, who was five-years-old when the new building opened, was the first patron through the doors of the Green Street location.

11:30 AM An appearance by Ezra Cornell (as portrayed by local resident Fred Antil), a scavenger hunt, a celebration-themed Family Storytime at in the Thaler/Howell Programming Room

12:00 PM A free raffle for a Nook eReader and an anniversary cake-cutting

family photo2:00 PM Cornell Library Paper and Photograph Conservator Michele Hamill will provide an encore presentation of her popular program, "Preserving Family Documents and Photographs." For more information, visit http://tcpl-news.blogspot.com/2010/10/library-to-host-presentation-on.html

Sunday November 7th

1:30 PM A musical performance of "FAUVEL: A Medieval Donkey Tale," by the duo Elizabethan Conversation featuring a guest performance by noted Soprano Rebecca Leistikow. For more information, visit http://tcpl-news.blogspot.com/2010/10/library-to-host-medieval-musical.html.

All programs held in conjunction with the Ten Years at Green Street Celebration are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Carrie Wheeler-Carmenatty at (607) 272-4557 extension 248.

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