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.
GFJ has started digitizing parts of its collections. We started with old local newspapers, a treasure trove of local history and genealogy. The collection will eventually be expanded, but 1855-1915 issues are now available at: www.endicott.advantage-preservation.com
Author Rundy Purdy will present a talk today (Saturday May 15) on his book about caregiving titled “The Sea is Wide.”
The GFJ Tech Center (formerly the PCC) is offering a variety of classes and open hours in the month of February! Check out their page by clicking on the tab above to learn more about these great classes. Get More Out of Your Library Account! E-Books and Audiobooks for Free – Introduction to the Download…
The library now has most federal and state tax forms in our front lobby. Stop by to pick some up or visit these websites to print your own. Internal Revenue Service (http://www.irs.gov) New York State Department of Taxation (http://www.tax.state.ny.us/forms)
Local historian Tim Main will return to GFJ on Tuesday May 9 at 7 PM to present his program “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.” It’s a scorching review of fires which traumatized the old Village of Union in years past. If you love history be sure not to miss this fun-filled hour of narrative photos….
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…