Our Public Computing Center (PCC) is offering a great class about managing your library account from home on Friday, April 22 @ 1:00 PM! Learn how to review your checkouts and due dates, place a hold, renew items, search for library materials, and explore the Four County Library Research Center –all online! For this class, you must know your User ID (library card number) and your PIN. If you do not have this information, please visit or call the circulation desk (757-5350). Basic computer experience necessary; participants must be comfortable with using a computer mouse. Call the library or visit the PCC’s workshop registration page to register.
After reading the Oct. 14 guest editorial in the Press & Sun Bulletin arguing that libraries are over-funded, would anyone like to send a comment on how you feel about GFJ to the Press? http://static.pressconnects.com/lettertoeditor/
Tonight’s Chalk Art Extravaganza is on! Come down from 6-8 pm to create great art with Eric Maruscak!
Shine the spotlight of truth on those rants about the public library being dead!
Is Social Security on your horizon? Deciding when and how to file can be a puzzling decision. A mistake could potentially cost you thousands. A representative from First Investors will present a “Savvy Social Security Planning” workshop at GFJ on Wednesday, July 29 at 7 PM. Join us in our Scott (basement) meeting room for…
Every day 300,000 Americans get job-seeking help at their public library. There are more Wi-Fi hotspots at public libraries (12,000) than at Barnes & Noble and Borders book stores combined. Every month 2.8 million business owners and employees use resources at public libraries to support their small businesses. Every day Americans borrow 2.1 million DVD’s…
GFJ has many free online databases – have you tried them?