Interested in Water Color? Join us for 5 weeks beginning February 22 – March 22 from 10-12 in the downstairs meeting room of the library. This class is for the very beginner. Students will learn about basic colors, water color materials, basic forms and textures. Supplies are included but a small fee of $5.00 will be collected at registration to help defray the cost of materials. Register at the Adult Reference Desk. For more information, call the Adult Information Desk – 757-5350.
NPR will broadcast a show on George F. Johnson today (December 1) at 5 P.M. The broadcast will be archived on NPR at http://www.npr.org/2010/12/01/131725100/the-legacy-of-george-f-johnson-and-the-square-deal
The library will be closing at 2:00pm today due to local flooding.
Richard Henry will be teaching a five week course beginning March 27 through May 1 (no class April 3) at the library from 10-12 in the downstairs meeting room. This course will guide you through the process of painting the portrait using watercolor. The class is Free but a $5.00 fee is due at registration…
Community Foundation for South Central New York – Broome Library Foundation’s Diane Brown and Laura Knochen-Davis present a $1250 award to GFJ Library Director, Ed Dunscombe and Village of Endicott Grantwriter Beth Putrino to digitize local newspapers from the 1930’s, as a part of GFJ’s Digital Archives Project.
Cutting Your College Costs Monday, February 20 George F. Johnson Memorial Library 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm College is expensive, but knowledge is power! With that in mind, it is critical for parents to be informed about the many ways to reduce the expense of higher education, especially loan debt, while at the…
Author John Grisham speaks up for libraries