The Phenomenon & Paranormal Investigations Team returns to GFJ to discuss their ghost-hunting experiences. Thursday, Nov. 1 from 7:00 till 8:30 P.M. in the basement meeting room (Yes, the day after Halloween…)
There are still a few openings in our fall story time session which begins next week. We have just the right program for your child, birth through age 5! Register online on our Kidzone page or give us a call. We hope to see you soon!
GFJ will be hosting, via our brand new teleconferencing equipment, a program being held at the Port Jervis Free Library featuring Michael Worden, the Ghost Detective from the Paranormal Police Headquarters (www.paranormalpolice.com). Michael offers a unique perspective as an investigator of both the living and the dead! He is a police detective in Port Jervis…
Amazon has announced that its popular Kindle e-reader will soon be compatible with GFJ’s Overdrive downloadable e-book service. The service already works with many popular devices, including the Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple’s iPad, and many others. The Overdrive service also features free downloadable audiobooks. Click here to get started!
Cutting Your College Costs Monday, February 20 George F. Johnson Memorial Library 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm College is expensive, but knowledge is power! With that in mind, it is critical for parents to be informed about the many ways to reduce the expense of higher education, especially loan debt, while at the…
A plea for libraries from author Karin Slaughter
Featured this month are oil and other portraits by Hannah Dunscombe a Bachelor of Fine Arts student at Alfred University and a 2008 graduate of Union-Endicott High School.