GFJ will be closed all day Christmas Eve & Christmas Day (Dec. 24 and 25) and all day New Year’s Day (Jan. 1).
The American Library Association has released its annual report on America’s libraries.
Would you like to have someone tell you what you can’t read? You’ be surprised at the list of books that have been challenged at our nation’s public and school libraries. It’s not too early to oppose censorship by planning on reading a banned book during 2011’s Banned Books Week (Sept. 25 – Oct 2). …
Our recent software upgrade is apparently blocking patrons from using our Overdrive (Download Zone) e-book/audiobook service. We have been informed that the problem should be resolved by tomorrow (Saturday, June 27) and regret the inconvenience.
Take the library with you, wherever you go! With BookMyne you can search the catalog, check your account, place a hold, read book reviews, and more! Click here to visit our BookMyne page for more info!
GFJ’s Digital Archives has been extended to include The Endicott Daily Bulletin newspaper through June 1940. This extends our newspaper coverage from as early as 1855, in searchable format. Access them via the link on our home page.
Digitized copies of Endicott & Union-area newspapers from 1857-1922 are now available at www.fultonhistory.com. Jump right to the “Union NY Union News” at: http://fultonhistory.com/my%20photo%20albums/All%20Newspapers/page4.html