Get ready for the new baseball season & brush-up your library skills by Stepping Up to the Plate @ Your Library. Step Up to the Plate @ your library encourages people of all ages to use the print and electronic resources available at their library to answer a series of trivia questions designed for their age group (10 and under, 11-13, 14-17 and 18 and over). One grand-prize winner will receive a trip for two in October to the Hall of Fame’s World Series Gala event in Cooperstown, N.Y., including a behind-the-scenes tour of the library and archives. Baseball-related secondary prizes will also be awarded. The program will run through Sept. 4, 2010. Registration for the free program, sponsored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame & the American Library Association, begins April 5. To register visit Step Up to the Plate At Your Library.
NPR ran a story last week on the future of libraries in the e-book age
Would you like to become a Computer Star? Starting July 9th the PCC will be offering a 5-week program for computer literacy! Come in for all 5 Saturdays to become a Computer Star! Sign up online, in person, or over the phone. Classes covered are Understanding the computer, Keyboard Basics, Files and Folders, Beginning Internet,…
Don’t miss tomorrow’s Hockey Storytime! Thursday, December 29 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Come to our hockey storytime and meet Max from the Binghamton Senators! No registration is required.
Holiday shopping is a great way to support your library! Use the “Buy It Now” button above to access the Amazon website and the library will receive a percentage of all your purchases with no added cost to you.
The Public Computing Center will be closed again Tuesday January 22 due to staff illness.
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…