The GFJ Library will be closing at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, December 31st and closed on Wednesday, January 1st.
Happy Holidays to you and your family!
This is the Johnson Rose. George F. had roses growing on his property (which is where the library stands now). One day he told his gardner to get rid of them. The gardner took them home and replanted them. Or so the story goes… This one was donated back to the library a few years…
The Four County Library System will receive 4% back on everything you buy at Amazon if you go through the link below (or if you hit the “Buy Now” button in our new online library catalog). Any funds generated will be used to defray the automation costs of area libraries, including GFJ! www.4cls.org
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/
Did you see the article in Saturday’s Press & Sun Bulletin about our Tech Center? Don’t worry if you missed it. You can still check it out by clicking here.
Patrons with a GFJ Library card now have access to the incredible resources of Rocket Languages. Learn Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portugese, Sign Language, and Spanish with these comprehensive language courses. Click on the Rocket Languages image above or on the right for access to this great resource!
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.