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GFJ is crazy with quilts again this summer. Quilter Carol Bunnell has donated her latest creation Baltimore Fantasy” (pictured) to this year’s quilt raffle. Tickets are a dollar each of 6 for 5. The drawing will be held September 11, with proceeds going to support GFJ’s youth services. Many other quilts are also on display…
We have reopened and will be open regular hours. Thank you for your patience!
There will be a special meeting of the GFJ Library Board of Trustees on Wednesday, January 11 at 6:30 PM to interview board candidates. The regular January 19 monthly meeting will begin at 6:30 instead of 7:00 in order to interview another candidate. The regular meeting on the 19th will follow immediately at 7 PM.
Poet Craig Czury will be at GFJ on Saturday, April 16 to present a poetry workshop (Noon-2:30 PM) and reading (3-4 PM). Please register online at: http://www.gfjlibrary.org/calendar/ or by calling 757-5350 (option 2). Backgrouind and advance book orders at: www.craigczury.com/#!books/c1nf2. NPR interview at: http://stateimpact.npr.org/…/shale-country-troubadour-thum…/ Funded by Poets & Writers and Friends of the George F….
Interested in Water Color? Join us for 5 weeks beginning February 22 – March 22 from 10-12 in the downstairs meeting room of the library. This class is for the very beginner. Students will learn about basic colors, water color materials, basic forms and textures. Supplies are included but a small fee of $5.00 will…
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.