Bluebirds, fairy houses among topics at Sherrill-Kenwood Library

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SHERRILL — The Sherrill Kenwood Library will host “Backyard Blue Birding,” presentation by Sherrill resident and Oneida County bluebird ambassador, Dark Macrina, Wednesday, April 6 at 6:30 p.m.

Those interested in knowing more about the world of bluebirds and how to attract them to residential backyard are invited to attend.

On Wednesday, April 13 from noon to 3:30 p.m., patrons will create “Sherrill Book Forest” by constructing fairy houses and gnome homes made from recyclable materials and nature items such as pine cones and tree bark. A pizza lunch will be sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Space is limited to 15 children and must pre-register by calling the library at 315-363-5980.

The Friends of the Library have sponsored two New York State Empire Park Passes which can be loaned out and grants day admission to our state parks is available. An Explore Outdoors Onondaga County Parks which grants up to four admissions to the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Beaver Lake Nature Center and more is also available.

Those looking for an activity during the spring break recess stop in and borrow a pass.

The Sherrill-Kenwood Library Community Art Wall the month of April will be featuring the work of students in the Stockbridge Valley School District.

The first, third, and fifth Wednesday of each month, the library will welcome the “Craft-n-Chat” group from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Every Wednesday at 1 p.m., mahjongg is played. All are welcomed to join.

Information for all the library events can be found by visiting www.sherrillkenwoodlibrary.org, the library’s Facebook page or by calling the library.

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