There will be no open hours in the Tech Center this Saturday, April 4.
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.
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…
Working but having trouble making ends meet? Check your eligibility for a wide range of support programs at: myBenefits.ny.gov
The proposed 2012 federal budget calls for elimination of the Statistical Abstract of the United States, in both its print and digital forms. This single best source of statistical data on the United States has been published since 1878, and the staff at GFJ feels it’s lost would be tragic. We urge you to sign…
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!
Did you see the article in Saturday’s Press & Sun Bulletin about our Tech Center? Don’t worry if you missed it. You can still check it out by clicking here.