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Soule Branch Library
101 Springfield Road
Syracuse, NY 13214
Salt Springs Neighborhood Watch Group
Tuesday, September 2
The Salt Springs Neighborhood Watch Group meets at Soule Branch the first Tuesday of every month (unless otherwise posted). All are welcome!
One-On-One Computer Training
Tuesdays, September 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30
*Registration is required.*
Soule Branch is now offering one-on-one computer training sessions! Each hour-long Tuesday morning session will cover basic computer skills tailored to your individual needs. Registration is required- we will not be able to accommodate walk-in appointments. To schedule a session, call the library at 435-5320. If for any reason you cannot attend your scheduled session, we ask that you please give us 24-hour advanced notice.
Thursdays, September 4, 11, 18 and 25
Please join our children’s librarian, Ms. T., and enjoy stories, songs and finger play with your three to five year olds. Stay after the stories to browse our selection of books, audiobooks, DVDs and CDs! We have plenty of options available to choose from for children of all ages.
Cardboard Challenge for Kids!
Saturdays, September 6 and 27
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Soule and Petit Branch Libraries are collaborating in the city-wide Cardboard Challenge in which children make cardboard arcade games. The libraries will supply everything you need to have fun creating!. Sign-up at either library today or call 435-3636 or 435-5320. For ages 6 to 14. Both work days will be held at Soule Branch Library.
Sensory Friendly Storytime
Saturday, September 13, 10:30 am- Soule
Saturday, September 27, 10:30 am- Beauchamp
Sensory Friendly Storytime is back!.There will be two sessions during the month- one at Soule and one at Beauchamp. (You are welcome to attend both if you choose.) Sensory friendly storytime is an inclusive, interactive story time for children with sensory integration issues and for differently-abled children at a preschool developmental level. Introduced through a Picture Activity Schedule, each program combines books, songs, movement and activities to promote learning and play. The program features a 20 minutes storytime and 20 minutes for socializing. Registration is required, and an adult must accompany the child. Group size is limited, but family members, therapists and siblings are welcome to attend. If you are interested, please contact Tatiana Sahm at 435-5320 or Dawn Marmor at 435-3395.