Award-winning journalist, author and Endwell native David J. Figura will discuss his book “So What are the Guys Doing” in a talk at GFJ on Tuesday, November 11 at 7 P.M. Figura shares his transformational journey and captures the narrative of 50 middle-aged men regarding real life subjects such as career, friendship, marriage, religion, sex and midlife challenges. Burned-out, lonely, feeling lost as you navigate middle age? If you’re a man, care about or want to understand one this book could change your life. Please join us for this important and enlightening discussion. Books will be available for purchase, and can also be borrowed from our library.
All free and on Tuesday evenings. Refreshments will be served at 7 P.M. and the reviews will start at 7:30. Everyone is welcome! April 3: “The Terminal diner” by Mary Pat Hyland, reviewed by the author. A story set in a diner in Binghamton looks at September 11th’s influence on people far from the scene….
As of December 1, 2014 you can pay your library fines with a credit card, using your online account (credit card payments cannot be accepted at the library’s Circulation Desk). Please see our flier explain the process.
The September 2014 meeting of GFJ’s Board of Trustees has been rescheduled. It will now be held Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 7 PM at the library.
After reading the Oct. 14 guest editorial in the Press & Sun Bulletin arguing that libraries are over-funded, would anyone like to send a comment on how you feel about GFJ to the Press? http://static.pressconnects.com/lettertoeditor/
The George F. Johnson Memorial Library Public Computing Center is pleased to announce that our June 2011 schedule is now available on the library’s website (www.gfjlibrary.org). The PCC invites you to participate in our upcoming June workshops, with classes in Career Resources, Computer Literacy, and Internet Skills. We are offering the following workshops in June:…
Check out our new “Library Funding News” page for the latest information on library funding, petition carrying, and the November 2014 vote.