<b>7 NOVEMBER 17 <\/b>\n\n<b>Dundee Food Pantry<\/b>\n\nThe Dundee Food Pantry for November is on Thursday the 17th from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. in the parking lot of the Dundee Baptist Church at 20 Seneca St., Dundee. All residents of the Dundee Central School District are welcome to register and receive grocery items. If you are not yet registered, please bring two forms of proof of residence. Distribution continues to be a drive-through protocol for now. Questions? Please contact Charlene Snyder at 607-2438371 or Lew Ann Giles at 607-243-5935.\n\n<b>Apple User Support Group <\/b>\n\nThursday, Nov. 17, 4 p.m. on Zoom - Are you a Mac user with questions about getting the most out of your devices? Do you have any hard-won advice on how to manage your Apple products? Bring them to this self-directed information-sharing session where you can trade tips and expertise with fellow Apple aficionados. This month, we\u2019ll discuss global supply chains and how they affect your access to technology, like Apple products. Use this link to register and receive access instructions: http:\/\/bit. ly\/PYPLmac. Hosted by Penn Yan Public Library.\n\n<b>Diverse Voices Matter <\/b>\n\nThursday, Nov. 17, 8 p.m. on Zoom - One route to greater empathy is through an exploration of the arts in all their forms. Whether angry, heart-wrenching, righteous, or joyous, discovering the work of diverse creators is an invitation to understanding. Explore and celebrate the work of these artists with us in this ongoing program, in which we will read, view or listen to a few pieces per session, and reflect privately on what they awaken in us. Note that the themes and language in some pieces may be heavy, and while youth are welcome to join us, it would be best if they were accompanied by an adult to help provide context and support when needed. Use this link to register: http:\/\/bit.ly\/PYPLvoices. Hosted by Penn Yan Public Library.\n\n<b>NOVEMBER 18 Story Time: Interactive <\/b>\n\nFriday, Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. Dundee Library. This is a brand new offering for the preschool to first grade crowd. Come participate in an interactive activity like lego building, an interactive story time, or a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) activity. Little ones can meet up with friends or make new friends, and also build up their social skills.\n\n<b>NOVEMBER 18-19 Exploring Global Rights Documents: The Declaration of Sentiments <\/b>\n\nFriday, Nov. 18, 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 19, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. <b>- <\/b>Join us as we continue this program in person and on your own schedule! Delve deeper into the history of the global progress towards human rights in this ongoing program. Each session, quietly hand-write portions of key rights-affirming documents from around the world and across time. Reflect on each selection\u2019s place in history and the ways it has impacted our collective progress. This month, we will examine the Declaration of Sentiments, the 1848 document signed at Seneca Falls and proclaiming the equality of women. All supplies provided for these drop-in sessions; participate whenever and for however long you are able during the program\u2019s hours. Inspired by artist Morgan O\u2019Hara\u2019s Handwriting the Constitution project. Hosted by Penn Yan Public Library.\n\n<b>NOVEMBER 19 Encaustic Photo Transfers <\/b>\n\nSaturday, Nov. 19, 2 p.m. with Jeannette McDunnah - Every other month, local artist Jeannette McDunnah will guide us through a new art project. This session, practice the art of encaustic photo transfer: we\u2019ll begin with a brief history of encaustic painting and safety precautions, then learn how to prepare a wood panel to complete the photo transfer, and finally transfer some images, resulting in a visually unique print. There will be some stock photos available to transfer, but if you would like to use your own photo, please email it to email@example.com by November 16th and the library will be sure to have it printed and ready for you. No experience necessary! To sign up, please visit https:\/\/bit.ly\/artsdraftspy. Open to adults only, as we will be working with heat and molten wax.\n\n<b>Branchport\/Keuka Park Fire Department<\/b>\n\n<b>Annual Turkey Raffle<\/b>\n\nSaturday, Nov. 19, beginning at 7 p..m at the Branchport Firehouse. Prizes include turkeys, hams, shrimp, and stuffed animals for the kids. Free refreshments!\n\n<b>NOVEMBER 21<\/b>\n\n<b> Maker Monday<\/b>\n\nPickup from 2 - 5 p.m. at Dundee Library. Make your Monday great with our Maker Monday kits. November\u2019s treasure chest is located next to the indoor book drop. This is a passive program you can share with your family on your own schedule! Each kit will include essential supplies for the activity, but will not include scissors, tape, glue, markers, or crayons. Superhero origami, patriotic trivia cards, fall hedgehogs, turkey treat centerpieces make and take are our featured activities for the month of November\n\n<b>NOVEMBER 22<\/b>\n\n<b> The Joy of French Cinema<\/b>\n\n<b> <\/b>Tuesday, Nov. 22, 7 p.m. on Zoom - Celebrate the world of French film in this discussion group. Each month, a film by one of the giants of cinema will be made available for viewing, then we will gather at the end of the month to discuss it. Though some French may be spoken in the meetings, they are open to people of all skill levels, and we will make sure that everyone can follow the discussion. This month\u2019s selection is <i>La Cite des Enfants Perdus (City of Lost Children), <\/i>Jean-Pierre Jeunet\u2019s 1995 science-fantasy parable. Please register here: https:\/\/bit.ly\/ frnfilm. Hosted by Penn Yan Public Library.