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Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Public Library Hold “How To” Festival

Supervisor Reilich was excited to join the Greece Public Library in hosting the third annual “How To” Festival. This festival was held at the Greece Public Library Main Branch on Saturday, October 14th, from 10:00am – 1:00pm, and was free and open to the public.

This fun and activity-packed festival featured activities ranging from how to make digital art to learning how to home-brew beer. Attendees had the opportunity to learn how to play the ukulele, how to adopt a rescue pet, how to wire an outlet or switch, and how to make a balloon animal. There was also several technology and life skill “how to” stations, including how to winterize your home and how to be safe with car seats. Altogether, there were 30 stations available for people to explore.  

 “I was very excited to join the Greece Public Library in offering this great festival to the community.” said Supervisor Reilich. “This festival was unique in the sense that it was not only entertaining, but also educational. With 30 activities available to explore, this festival had something for everyone of every age and ability to discover!”