No foolin’: GFJ’s own Sara-Jo Sites has three, count ’em, three book reviews published in the April 1, 2013 issue of School Library Journal, with our library name below hers on the byline. SLJ is a major library publication and widely read by the national library community; featuring professional articles as well as reviews libraries rely on to decide what books to buy. Congratulations Sara-Jo!
The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring census takers at $13 per hour. Information & practice tests forms are available at our library.
The November Library Board meeting will be held November 1st at 7 P.M., rescheduled from November 8th.
Author Rundy Purdy will present a talk today (Saturday May 15) on his book about caregiving titled “The Sea is Wide.”
Join us tomorrow, Oct. 11 @ 1PM in the downstairs meeting room for a free screening of: Live from Lincoln Center: New York Philharmonic: Opening Night with Lang Lang. Doors open at 12:45. Bring a friend!
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….
Thank you to everyone who made our Public Computing Center Grand Opening a huge success! Click here to see pictures and learn more. Don’t forget to