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New York State’s Regents Advisory Council on Libraries (RAC) is asking New Yorkers what library services they will need in their local communities by 2020. Click on the image to take a short survey and share your 2020 vision for libraries!
There will be a special meeting of the library trustees on Wednesday, June 8 from 7 till 8:45 P.M. in the Scott (basement) Meeting Room. The trustees will be interviewing applicants for several vacant seats.
Jane Yolen, author of over 300 popular children’s books, will visit Binghamton on Tuesday, May 11, 2010. Sponsored by the Binghamton Area Reading Council, the agenda includes registration & cash bar (5-6 PM); Buffet dinner (6-7 PM); Presentation titled “Poetry for Children and the Three Rs: Reveal, Revision, and Reinvention” (7-8 PM); and door prizes…
Join the fun this summer and enter to win a gift basket filled with “Literary Elements”. For every five books read, fill out a reading log and drop in the box in the adult area of the library. Winners will be drawn the week of August 4. Pick up your summer reading packets at the…
Author Anne Crowley will give a talk on her book “The Nightingale Sings” on Saturday, February 11 at 1 PM in the library’s Scott (basement) meeting room. The book is the compelling true story of one woman’s courage, determination, and triumph over tragedy.
This year’s raffle quilt is on display: “French Romance” by quilt artists Carol Bunnell and Sandy Minehan. Tickets are a dollar apiece or six for five dollars and proceeds go to support children’s programs here at GFJ. The drawing will be held September 11. Other quilts, some for sale, will be on display soon.