Public Internet service at the GFJ Library will be down on Tuesday October 14 due to a scheduled upgrade. The library’s Wi-Fi network will not be affected.
Tonight’s Chalk Art Extravaganza is on! Come down from 6-8 pm to create great art with Eric Maruscak!
Last night’s hockey storytime was a huge success! Check out the video from Fox 40 and the pictures in our photo gallery.Thank you to the B-Sens and everyone who came to this fun program!
No foolin’: GFJ’s own Sara-Jo Sites has three, count ’em, three book reviews published in the April 1, 2013 issue of School Library Journal, with our library name below hers on the byline. SLJ is a major library publication and widely read by the national library community; featuring professional articles as well as reviews libraries…
Amazon has announced that its popular Kindle e-reader will soon be compatible with GFJ’s Overdrive downloadable e-book service. The service already works with many popular devices, including the Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple’s iPad, and many others. The Overdrive service also features free downloadable audiobooks. Click here to get started!
There will be a special meeting of the GFJ Library Board of Trustees on Wednesday, January 11 at 6:30 PM to interview board candidates. The regular January 19 monthly meeting will begin at 6:30 instead of 7:00 in order to interview another candidate. The regular meeting on the 19th will follow immediately at 7 PM.
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.