The George F. Johnson Memorial Library (Endicott) will host a presentation on the New York State of Health Marketplace and Navigator Program on Monday, November 18 from 6:30 till 8:30 P.M. This is a chance for uninsured individuals under the age of 65 to learn more about the new health insurance options available through the Marketplace as part of the Affordable Care Act. Topics covered will include: Role of the Navigator; Qualified Health Plans (10 essential benefits); Tax credits and subsidies. This informational session is free and open to all. The library has free computers available for those wishing to access the site (nystateofhealth.ny.gov).
Don’t miss tomorrow’s Hockey Storytime! Thursday, December 29 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Come to our hockey storytime and meet Max from the Binghamton Senators! No registration is required.
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The May 2011 issue of Discover magazine has a feature article on fracking for natural gas. The issue is available at our library.
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!
Thank you for your continued patience as we prepare for carpet installation in the children’s room. We have begun to move books, and access to some materials is limited. If you are looking for a specific title, please call first to make sure it is available. Please note that on Saturday, 4/25, we will close…
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