The 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day is right around the corner and the Onondaga Free Library is hosting a series of events to commemorate it. From crafting for a cause, to coffee and conversation; residents are invited to help commemorate the day.
The events began on November 2nd, but there are still a few left to attend.
C.J. Sturtevant, from Friends of Onondaga Free Library, said there is a screening today at 2pm of "Sgt York" which is free for all who are available to attend. On Saturday, November 10 they are holding a 100th Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony at 10:30 at the flagpole as well.
"One of the things that we suggested was for people to bring in pictures of their relatives that were in WWI, so that we can hang them up for tomorrow for the ceremony." C.J. told us.
If you would like to learn more about how you can become involved in Friends of Onondaga Free Library, you can visit OFLibrary.org.