Origami Club

Join us at Origami Club on the second Wednesday of the month, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Wednesday, May 14
Wednesday, June 11
  • No experience necessary
  • Ages 5 and up
  • All materials provided
Sponsored by Friends of Wadsworth Library

Lego Club

Lego Club will meet Saturday, April 12, in two sessions facilitated by Rebecca Crocker. The first session is from 11:00 am to noon, and the second is from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.
Ages 4 and up, no registration required. 
(Legos provided, so please don't bring your own).
Sponsored by Friends of Wadsworth Library

Friends Annual Book Sale

Friends of Wadsworth Library will hold their Annual Book Sale on Saturday, April 26, from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm, and on Monday, April 28, from 10:30 am to 8:00 pm.
On Monday, books are half-price from 10:30 to 2:00, and $1 per bag from 2:00 to 8:00.
A Friends Members' Preview sale takes place on Friday, April 25, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, and a Silent Auction will continue during the whole sale.

All proceeds benefit children's programming at Wadsworth Library.

Gardening Series 2014

Garden Talks by Master Gardener Julie Brocklehurst-Woods

Monday evenings at 6:30 pm

April 14 Grow Your Own Veggies and Herbs

May 12 – Easy-Care Roses 

June 9 – Long-Blooming Perennials 

Sponsored by Friends of Wadsworth Library

Congratulations Wadsworth Library!

Cindy, Sarah, Anna, Moriah, Susan & Rob

“Wadsworth Library is one-stop shopping for books (print and digital!), materials from other libraries (42 of them!), programs (children and adults!). It's a place to get help with researching things, to pick up a movie for the weekend, to run into your neighbors. It's common ground regardless of political party, church affiliation, income. And the price can't be beat. Wadsworth Library is our tax dollars at work in a way that sustains and improves our community every day.”

Our National Library Week “Library of the Year” judges loved that statement from Meredith Drake.  It was one of the reasons they chose the Wadsworth Library in Geneseo to be the RRLC 2013 Public Library of the Year.  We met Meredith Drake the day we visited Wadsworth; she said she comes to the library often. Like the other people we met that day, she loves their beautiful library and she sees it as the “gem” of the village. 
Anna Grace
Library Director

This is what our judges had to say about the many nominations received by Wadsworth Library:
Nominations for this library were in-depth. It is clear that individuals of all ages are drawn into the library. The library is truly the center of the community.

We had a blast on our visit to Wadsworth. We even witnessed the joy on the face of one little boy as he got his first library card! 

Congratulations to Anna Grace, her staff, the Wadsworth Library Board of Trustees and Friends for being selected the RRLC 2013 Public Library of the Year!

Visit the RRLC website to take a photo tour, read the nominating entries, and watch the video of our visit to the Wadsworth Library.

Geneseo Ecumenical Book Reviews 2013-2014

Open to Everyone! Held in Wadsworth Library Community Room. Reviews begin at 12:00 pm, preceded by a brown bag lunch at 11:30 am. Host churches provide cookies and coffee. Parking available at Central Presbyterian Church and Christ Community Church. (Ask for an orange parking permit in the library). An accessible entrance is located on Second Street.

May 1 - Ike's Bluff: President Eisenhower's Secret Battle to Save the World.  Author: Evan Thomas. Reviewed by Joseph Kane. Hosted by St. Michael's Episcopal Church.

June 5 - North Star Country: Upstate New York and the Crusade for African American Freedom. Author: Milton Sernett. Reviewed by David Parish. Hosted by St. Timothy Lutheran Church. (Originally scheduled for January 2nd).

Wadsworth Library Book Club

The Book Club meets at 7:00 pm in the Wadsworth Library meeting room and is open to everyone.

April 28 - The Story of Beautiful Girl, by Rachel Simon. A young girl with disabilities and a blind man escape from their Institution and arrive at the farmhouse of a retired schoolteacher.

May 19 (Monday before Memorial Day) - Flora, A Novel, by Gail Godwin. A young girl coming of age at the end of WWII in North Carolina.

June 30 - The Mistress of The Art of Death, by Ariana Franklin. A 12th century female forensic expert studies dead bodies to solve a mystery.

Sponsored by Friends of Wadsworth Library

Community Events

Knitting at the Library
Mondays at 4:00 pm 
 For all levels and ages. Programs are held in the Meeting Room and are free and open to the public. Parking is available behind the Library and at Christ Community Church parking lots. (Parking permits available in the library). Accessible entrance located on Second Street.
Sponsored by Friends of Wadsworth Library


Now is a good time to help your library by "adopting" a shelf. Ten minutes of shelf-reading each week or two can make a real difference in how well our books are kept in order.
Please contact Cindy Costa at 243-0440 for more information.

Computer Tutoring

We offer computer tutoring. Call Wadsworth Library at 243-0440 to schedule an appointment for a session with a tutor who can help you set up an email account, access social networks, or handle other computer procedures.
 Sponsored by Friends of Wadsworth Library


Volunteer applications are available at the front desk in the Library.
We have over 130 volunteers! This list includes those volunteers who serve on a weekly basis.
Barbara Anderson
Tria Dove
Meredith Drake 
Helen Johnston
Patty Mothersell
Christine O'Neil
Colleen Powers
Kay Sheffield
Nancy Stewart
Helen Wadsworth


Anna Grace -- Directorgeneseolibrarydirector@owwl.org
Sarah Matthews -- Children's Librariansmatthews@pls-net.org
Cindy Costa -- Senior Clerkccosta@pls-net.org
Moriah Beecher--Clerkmbeecher@pls-net.org
Christina Jimenez --Clerk cjimenez@pls-net.org
Susan Sprecher--Clerkssprecher@pls-net.org
Rob Taylor--Clerkrtaylor@pls-net.org
Meghan Herlihy--Page
Chelsea Nash--Page