The New York Library Association’s new rating guide to NYS legislators is out. See how your legislator rates on library-related issues:
The New Yorker’s for Better Libraries Political Action Committee has released its 2010 Voter’s Guide. The Guide scores New York State legislators based on how strongly they voted in support of library-friendly legislation. While you’re at their site consider a donation and subscribe to their online newsletter. Strong libraries don’t just happen!
New York State funding for public libraries is now as less than 1994 levels. Please contact your state legislators and ask them to increase funding for our libaries!
The Tompkins County Public Library is seeking a full-time Librarian I for the Youth Services Department. Duties will include working with Youth Services staff on all aspects of collection development including the selection and management of children’s fiction, nonfiction, and young adult fiction, providing friendly and exceptional references services to children and parents, assisting patrons…
Author Rundy Purdy will present a talk today (Saturday May 15) on his book about caregiving titled “The Sea is Wide.”
Some popular authors are advocating for libraries
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.