Senator Tom Libous and Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo sponsored a resolution commemorating the 100th anniversary of our library (see below, or stop by the see the original). We also received a note of recognition from Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. a beautiful plaque presented by Town of Union Supervisor Rose Sotak, and a visit from Endicott Mayor John Bertoni and Trustees Dave Baker and Eileen Konecny. Thanks to all for helping us celebrate GFJ’s 100 years of service to our community. Your kind words of support are deeply appreciated!
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.
The GFJ Tech Center (formerly the PCC) is having a great first month of classes! The March schedule is now available at the library or on our website. Check out their page by clicking on the “Tech Center” tab above to learn more about these great classes. Become a Tech Expert with Atomic Training…
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…
The GFJ Library will be closing at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, December 31st and closed on Wednesday, January 1st. Happy Holidays to you and your family!
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
Meet Olivia! Friday, May 4 at 10:00am or Saturday, May 5 at 11:00am Celebrate Children’s Book Week with our Olivia story time! Visit the library for Ian Falconer’s stories, songs, a craft, and meet Olivia! No registration is required.