GFJ will host a formal opening of its Public Computing Center (PCC) on Thursday, April 28 at 1 PM. Congressman Maurice Hinchey, Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo and Mary Ann Stiefvater of the New York State Library will offer remarks, and staff will demonstrate PCC services. Light refreshments will be provided. Please join us for this special event!
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.
The American Library Association has released its annual report on America’s libraries.
Just a reminder that the library will be closed on Friday, January 25th due to the replacement of our heating and air conditioning system. We plan to reopen at 9:00am on Saturday 1/26. However, please call or check the website before visiting as a delay in construction could prevent our opening on this day.
Historian Tim Main will present his “Shadows on the Playground” talk at GFJ on Tuesday, December 1st at 7 PM in our Scott (basement) Meeting Room. Tim bills this as “an informative presentation defining the ancestry and historical background of Endicott’s Mersereau Park.” His talks always come with lots of photos, insight and humor. Don’t…
Local historian Tim Main and Library Director Ed Dunscombe following Tim’s March 31st program on the history of Endicott’s libraries.
On Tuesday June 18 from 5pm- 7pm the PCC is happy to host a special workshop on iPad tips and tricks. Are you interested in extending the usefulness of your iPad? Bring it to this hands-on workshop, and learn 30 useful tips and tricks. Included will be tips for customizing your settings, using shortcuts and working…