Thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Farmington-Victor, Victor Hiking Trails, and Victor Parks and Recreation, today we unveiled Victor’s first Storywalk®. Please visit our Storywalk webpage at victorfarmingtonlibrary.org/storywalk for activities related to the first featured book, Kathleen Blasi’s “Hosea Plays On”, or stop at the Victor Municipal Park to enjoy the Storywalk® first hand.
If there is something you’d like to borrow that the Victor Farmington Library doesn’t have in stock, you can now request it from any library in the Pioneer Library System by placing it on hold. Items from other libraries will take longer to arrive than before COVID, so please plan on a wait of up to two weeks. We look forward to notifying you when your hold arrives. You can place items on hold using our Libby or Overdrive apps or by calling the library at (585) 924-2637.
In response to a recent study that shows the coronavirus can live on books and other materials for up to six days when those materials are stacked on top of each other, Victor Farmington Library will quarantine all returned items for 7 days, starting immediately.
As a result, items may remain on your card for 7 to 9 days after you return them. During this time no fines will accrue. Please call the library (585) 924-2637 with any questions.
Congratulations on the election of our two newest board members: Lisa Roberts and Michael Rubino. Additionally, current trustee Bonnie Wallace has accepted the role of secretary. This brings our current number of trustees back to nine members. They are:
- James Myers, president
- Bea Parker, vice president
- Geoff Bernhardt, treasurer
- Bonnie Wallace, secretary
- Bryan Adams, trustee
- Rose Hancock, trustee
- Patti Larche, trustee
- Lisa Roberts, trustee
- Michael Rubino, trustee
We are excited to have these outstanding community members working towards the success and future of the library.
We have missed you and are excited to announce that on Monday, 7/13, the library will reopen. Your safety is important to us. Please click here to learn about our temporary hours, the safety measures we’ve put in place and how to use the library if you don’t feel comfortable coming inside yet.
You can sign up for a library card online and receive it in the mail in about a week. Once you receive your card, you will be able to borrow e-books and audiobooks on our Libby and Overdrive apps. You’ll also be able to place holds for books, movies, and other materials to pick up at the library.
When you stop at the library, please bring your driver’s license or utility bill to unlock the full borrowing privileges!
To sign up, click this link.