Oneida County’s COVID-19 level is low.
Masks are only required for:
- Anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 in the prior 10 days
- Anyone who has been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 in the prior five days
- Those who are unvaccinated
- Anyone who is immunocompromised
- Those who are exempt from receiving the vaccine and booster for religious or medical reasons
Masks are also required during indoor programs involving those ages 12 and younger until Oneida County’s 7-day rolling positivity rate is less than or equal to 3%.
Get the day started with a low-impact workout. All equipment is provided. Space is limited. Contact the KTL to sign up; call 315-853-2038, email email@example.com, or stop in.
A volunteer from Literacy CNY will be at the KTL to answer all of your computer questions!
Get help with operating devices (using a desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone; uploading a document to a USB drive; connecting to a wireless network), navigating the internet (creating and using an email account; finding and applying for jobs; staying connected with friends and family), and using software (working on Microsoft Office or Google Docs; creating a resume or cover letter).
Join us upstairs to watch a movie together on the big screen.
This week’s movie is “The Tiger Rising.”
A young boy discovers a caged tiger in the woods near his home. -IMDb.
Bring all your tech questions to our reference librarian and get one-on-one help. Find solutions you need to just about any kind of problem: setting up a Kindle, tablet, or phone; using Facebook; checking e-mail; printing documents; and much more. If this time doesn’t work for you, call us to set up an appointment.
Bicyclists interested in learning new skills or honing their abilities can attend a three-session workshop focused on learning the proper maintenance and repair skills related to the three major systems of a bicycle.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own bicycle to the workshop and will work in teams of two individuals, with sessions focused on the following:
Class #1 (June 29): Tires & Tubes – Installation, Repair and Replacement
Class #2 (July 6): Brakes – Installation & Adjustment
Class #3 (July 13): Drivetrain – Gears, Shifters, Cables, etc.
For adults, college, and high school students; younger children are welcome with an adult. Space is limited. To reserve a spot, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 315-853-2038. Presented by Utica Bike Rescue.