Teen Fun Nights begin!
Hey Teens! Join us tonight in the downstairs meeting room, from 6-8, for a fun night of board games, cards and great conversations! Bring your friends, bring a favorite game or use one of ours. Snacks will be provided. See you at 6!
Click on the graphic below to read and comment on the second draft of Creating the Future, a 2020 Vision and Plan for Library Services in New York State: Preliminary Recommendations of the New York State Regents Advisory Council on Libraries to the New York State Board of Regents. The deadline is Feb. 15.
Credit Card Payment of Fines
As of December 1, 2014 you can pay your library fines with a credit card, using your online account (credit card payments cannot be accepted at the library’s Circulation Desk). Please see our flier explain the process.
GFJ Digital Archives
We’re excited to announce an expansion of GFJ’s Digital Archives. We’ve added eight years of additional searchable, digitized local newspapers, extending coverage into 1923. The project will eventually carry coverage to 1960. We will soon add The E-J Worker’s Review. The Review was an in-house publication of the Endicott Johnson Corporation published from 1919 till…
The library will close today, Monday Oct. 29 at 3 P.M. due to a state of emergency. A decision on Tuesday Oct. 30 will be made as the situation develops. Please call 757-5350 before heading to the library. If you get only voicemail the library is closed.The Tuesday Oct. 31 book review has been cancelled.
Please remember that all children’s programs are cancelled in the event of the closing of Union Endicott schools.
As part of our ongoing advocacy efforts, and in advance of our March 5th Library Advocacy Day visit to Albany, it would be very helpful for library users to take action in support of full funding for libraries. Go to 4CLS.org and click the red, white and blue “Become a Library Advocate” button at the bottom of…