Virtual storytimes offered by our local libraries:
1. Fairport Public Library Dial-A-Story
2. Henrietta Zoom Storytime
Every Tuesday at 10 AM sign up: https://hpl.libcal.com/event/7318965
Or receive a recording: https://hpl.libcal.com/event/7318984
3. ASL Interpreted Storytimes on Facebook! Fairport Public Library
All Ages Storytime: Tuesday, Feb. 2nd at 9:30 AM
Baby Storytime: Thursday, Feb. 4th at 9:30 AM
Check out the Gates Recreation & Parks Facebook page for Wacky Science with Ellen! New videos at noon each Saturday for this new 3 part mini-series.
FB Page Link: https://www.facebook.com/gatesrecparks/
Virtual field trips and activities!
Show off your Origami skills by submitting a project to this contest!
There will be one winner per age group: Ages 7 and under, ages 8-12, ages 13-18, ages 19-119
Projects will be accepted from Monday, February 1st - Wednesday, February 17th during regular curbside service hours ( Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM - 2 PM).
Voting will be February 19th-26th and is open to anyone. Print a ballot from the library Facebook page or pick one up during curbside service hours. All ballots can be dropped off at the library, placed in the library drop box, or sent in a message to the library Facebook page.
Winners announced on Tuesday March 2nd!
Materials and Origami books available at the library! Call 585-428-8208 for more information! Good luck!
You can request a twin bed or have a service provider (contact us, a social worker, case manager, church, etc…) refer you to the program.
Bunk beds also available if eligible.
Apply through their website: www.shpbeds.org
Call: 844-432-2337 x5940
Free online support circles for parents & caregivers.
PFLAG is committed to creating a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed. They do so by engaging LGBTQ+ individuals and their families.
PFLAG Rochester Chapter: Has information about meetings and other educational resources.
Phone: (585) 993-3297
Address: 100 College Avenue, Rochester, 14607
Family Access and Connection Team (FACT) is a strength-based assessment and referral program designed to support families experiencing difficulties with their children under the age of 18 exhibiting a pattern of the following behaviors:
Behaving in a way that is dangerous or out of control such as...
- Violence in the home/destruction of property (verbally and/or physically aggressive, including injury to others or pets/animals)
- Self-harming behavior
- Drug/alcohol abuse
- Leaving home without permission, curfew violations
- Truancy- missing full days/illegal absences
Parents or Guardians can call the Family Access and Connection Team at 585-753-2639.
The Monroe Mobile Crises Team is a mobile psychiatric emergency team for individuals and families within Monroe County who are experiencing a crisis in mental health. Its services are designed to divert individuals who are not at risk of harming themselves, as well as their families, from the county’s psychiatric emergency departments.A team of mental health professionals go to the individual or family in their home, place of employment, school, etc. There are no age restrictions. Services provided include:
Phone: (585) 529-3721