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Library Board Seat Available

Our library is looking to fill a vacancy on its Board of Trustees.   The term of office runs through December 2018.  Meetings are usually held on the third Thursday of each month (excluding August) at 7 PM.  This is a volunteer position.  Applicants must be residents of the Town of Union, which includes the villages of Endicott and Johnson City.  Applications can be downloaded at:


and returned to Library Director Ed Dunscombe,  George F. Johnson Memorial Library, Endicott NY 13760.  Questions can be addressed to Mr. Dunscombe at 757-2415, or en.ed@4cls.org.

Book Sale Sale!

The May 6 Book Sale will feature special pricing of ten cents on all books!bargain

Computer Downtime

Our public computers will be unavailable on Tuesday, April 12 due to a planned software upgrade

Poetry Workshop & Reading April 16

Poet Craig Czury will be at GFJ on Saturday, April 16 to present a poetry workshop (Noon-2:30 PM) and reading (3-4 PM). Please register online at: http://www.gfjlibrary.org/calendar/ or by calling 757-5350 (option 2).

Craig Czury (1)Backgrouind and advance book orders at: www.craigczury.com/#!books/c1nf2. NPR interview at: http://stateimpact.npr.org/…/shale-country-troubadour-thum…/

Funded by Poets & Writers and Friends of the George F. Johnson Memorial Library.

Author Talk March 26

Author Michael Keene at GFJ on March 26, 1-3 PM

psychicListen to author Michael Keene discuss his new book that uncovers how the Erie Canal opened up vital passageways that led to the advent of the major social, political, and religious movements that swept through upstate New York during the 19th century.
Although employed for twenty-five years in the financial services industry, Michael has combined his interest in local history, writing and film making in order to explore unique and fascinating episodes of the 19th -century New York History.