The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring census takers at $13 per hour. Information & practice tests forms are available at our library.
September is Library Card Sign-Up Month. Local businesswoman Connie Gault agrees!: http://www.4cls.org/gault.wmv
Thanks to all library supporters and especially to those who took time to sign or to carry GFJ’s funding petition. Thanks to you we surpassed our goal and the petitions have been submitted to the Town of Union for certification. This clears the way for the community to vote on the first increase in funding…
Historian Tim Main will present his “Shadows on the Playground” talk at GFJ on Tuesday, December 1st at 7 PM in our Scott (basement) Meeting Room. Tim bills this as “an informative presentation defining the ancestry and historical background of Endicott’s Mersereau Park.” His talks always come with lots of photos, insight and humor. Don’t…
The Thursday February 25 USA Today featured an article on the changing role of libraries: http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2010-02-25-overdue25_ST_N.htm
The 14th annual Library Quilt Raffle is under way. This year’s raffle quilt, titled “Redwork Sue” is once again crafted by local artist Carol Bunnell. The quilt is on display at the library, with tickets available at the Information Desk. The drawing will be September 11, with proceeds benefitting the library’s children’s services.
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.