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Today, Tom Knight Puppets joined us for a Friday afternoon performance. Tom used a unique combination of music, puppets, and stories to captivate and interact with our young audience. Tom has visited us 5 times over the last 20 years. He said, "It's great to be back at the Corning Children's Center!" It was great to have you back, Tom! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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The boys talked about the performance the whole way home!

We would like to thank 2 of our AMAZING alumni, Zuri & Gwendolyn, for their weekly visits as library volunteers. Their efforts help keep our children's library a clean, organized, and fun environment for our children! ... See MoreSee Less

We would like to thank 2 of our AMAZING alumni, Zuri & Gwendolyn, for their weekly visits as library volunteers. Their efforts help keep our childrens library a clean, organized, and fun environment for our children!Image attachment

 

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I used the rest room today And noticed how nice the Library area looked!

Millicent Ruffin

I love how the ASMS community service program teaches kids how valuable their service time can be and how good it feels to give back to those special organizations ❤️.

One of the things we love about our live music series is the variety of music we get to hear. This week we enjoyed the music of Taksim, a group out of Ithaca, which plays music from the Middle East. As they said, "we play music from countries in the world that may be in conflict with each other but music is a language that every culture shares."
Thank you to Rebecca Couillard on cello, Wendell Roth on violin, Phil Robinson on oud and Greg Ezra on doumbek. What a wonderful way to end the week!
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One of the things we love about our live music series is the variety of music we get to hear.  This week we enjoyed the music of Taksim, a group out of Ithaca, which plays music from the Middle East.  As they said, we play music from countries in the world that may be in conflict with each other but music is a language that every culture shares.  
Thank you to Rebecca Couillard on cello, Wendell Roth on violin, Phil Robinson on oud and Greg Ezra on doumbek.  What a wonderful way to end the week!Image attachment

We dressed in BLUE today in support of Autism Awareness! ... See MoreSee Less

We dressed in BLUE today in support of Autism Awareness!Image attachmentImage attachment
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