Summer 2024 Schedule

The school and library are open Saturdays in July and August from 1:00 to 3:00 pm for visitation and information. If you would like a tour at another time, please contact Sara Earl at 607-423-1011 and we will arrange a date and guide

June 1 (Saturday) – Spring cleaning of the Glen Haven School and Library. Supplies provided, and all help is appreciated. 9:00 am

June 3 (Monday) - Trustees meeting 7:00 pm

June 8 (Saturday)“Birds of Glen Haven,” Peter Harrity, Lime Hollow Naturalist. 10:30 am

June 11 (Tuesday)“The Kid from Freeville: Growing up on the Railroad,” Daniel J. Armitage, railroad aficionado who rode local locomotives and cabooses more than 400 times. 7:00 pm

June 24 (Monday) – Trustees meeting 7:00 pm

June 26 (Wednesday) – Book Group: Good Night, Irene by Luis Alberto Urrea. Deb DeRancy facilitator. 7 pm

July 9 (Tuesday)“Trailblazing Women of Cortland County: Makers of Regional, National, and International History,” Jamie F. Dangler, retired professor and local historian (and special guest Catherine A. Bertini). 7:00 pm

July 13 (Saturday)“Skaneatleles Fishing Advisory,” Les Wedge, local long-time fisherman. 10:30 am

July 24 (Wednesday) – Book Group: The Tree of Us by local author Charles Yaple. Facilitator TBD. 7:00 pm

July 29 (Monday) – Trustees meeting 7:00 pm

August 13 (Tuesday) – “David Harum: How Country went Mainstream- And Homer Invented Mayberry.” John C. Hartsock, retired professor and local historian. 7:00 pm

August 21 (Wednesday) - Book Group: The Women by Kristin Hannah. Facilitator Sara Earl. 7:00 pm.

August 25 (Sunday) - Dish to Pass Picnic at 1:00 pm, Annual Society Meeting at 1:45 pm, and at 2:00 pm “The Sage of Staghorn Point,” Kihm D. Winship, Skaneateles historian and author, and retired advertising writer.

August 26 (Monday) Trustee meeting 7 pm

All programs and activities are located at the Glen Haven School and Public Library at 7325 Fair Haven Rd. at the south end of Skaneateles Lake. There is no admission charge for any event, refreshments are provided, and everyone is invited. For additional information, contact Charles Jermy 607-749-4365 or, see our Facebook page.