The library will be closing at 2:00pm today due to local flooding.
Would you like to have someone tell you what you can’t read? You’ be surprised at the list of books that have been challenged at our nation’s public and school libraries. It’s not too early to oppose censorship by planning on reading a banned book during 2011’s Banned Books Week (Sept. 25 – Oct 2). …
The library is looking for a part-time employee to clean the library. Duties include vacuuming, dusting, cleaning restrooms, light snow shoveling. Fifteen to nineteen hours per week with alternating Saturdays, early morning shifts 6 to 10 AM or 7 to 11 AM. Pay is $8.50 per hour. Position is 3-month temporary, possible permanent appointment. Applications…
You can search many old newspapers by using the “Chronicling of America” site hosted by the Library of Congress. Many old Endicott-area newspapers can be searched at via this link. Warning – it’s addicting!
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 2015 Quilt Raffle has begun! This year’s quilt by Carol Bunnell celebrates our library’s 100th birthday. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 and can be purchased at our Information Desk. Proceeds go to support library children’s programs and services. The drawing will be December 1. Participate early and often!
The library will be closing at 5:00 PM due to inclement weather.