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An exhibition featuring photographs from the Finger Lakes Photography Guild will be displayed on the third floor of Wood Library, 134 N. Main St. in Canandaigua, from November 8 through December 18. An opening reception is set for 6-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 17. This exhibition will feature over 50 photographs from participating members.
The Finger Lakes Photography Guild is a collaboration of local photographers who are advancing the use of digital imagery as a form of fine art. Members pursue photographic excellence in a collegial environment through ongoing training, peer reviews, field trips, and shared experiences. The Guild is recognized for its exceptional skill in galleries, exhibits, and
This is the 8th year that the Guild has been asked to exhibit at Wood Library, making it a treasured holiday tradition. Photographs are available for purchase from the artist.
You can now take a tour of the inside of Wood Library from your computer!
Use your mouse to follow the arrows around the building. You can change floors with the numbers on the right side.
Effective Monday, September 14, 2015, Canandaigua’s Wood Library will introduce SPACES, a room reservation software that allows community members to reserve library meeting space from any electronic device with an internet connection.
The library’s meeting spaces are available to the public when they are not in use for library purposes. They range from more intimate spaces for private consultations or small gatherings to larger spaces perfect for lectures and training sessions. The rooms are available for use by educational, cultural, civic or non-profit groups/organizations free-of-charge. Birthday parties, baby showers, and other social receptions not pertaining to the library are not permitted.
To reserve a meeting space, community members will need to establish a SPACES account via the library’s website at woodlibrary.org. To learn more about the new room reservation software, Wood Library’s meeting room policy, or how to use SPACES, contact Wood Library’s Assistant Director Ben Lainhart, at 585.394.1381 ext 307 or at [email protected] Or, download our Spaces FAQ brochure here.
In an effort to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction, Wood Library welcomes your comments and suggestions in person or in our Digital Suggestion Box. Take a second to let us know how we’re doing.