GFJ will be closed all day Christmas Eve & Christmas Day (Dec. 24 and 25) and all day New Year’s Day (Jan. 1).
Featured this month are oil and other portraits by Hannah Dunscombe a Bachelor of Fine Arts student at Alfred University and a 2008 graduate of Union-Endicott High School.
Holiday shopping is a great way to support your library! Use the “Buy It Now” button above to access the Amazon website and the library will receive a percentage of all your purchases with no added cost to you.
This was the first year of our Adult Summer Reading Club. We had 40 participants and you read over 500 books!!! Congratulations to our contest winners: Tracy & Sarah! Hope you enjoyed the club, next year we will try and add some programming!!! See you next summer!
Have you been a victim of a crime? The Center for Human Services Research at SUNY Albany has asked libraries to help publicize a survey it is conducting for crime victims. Respondents will be entered in a lottery with a chance to win a $150 gift card. The online survey is available at: http://bit.ly/cvsurveynys A…
The Thursday February 25 USA Today featured an article on the changing role of libraries: http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2010-02-25-overdue25_ST_N.htm
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