Main floor restrooms will be undergoing renovation and unavailable from December 13 until well into January. A unisex restroom will be available on the second floor. Facilities are also available at the Municipal and Police buildings, across the street from the library. Access to the adult audiovisual collection will also be limited during the week of December 13. We apologize for the inconvenience.
GFJ is pleased to announce that Mango Languages is now available to its patrons. Mango is a robust, interactive online foreign language-learning suite covering more than sixty languages (including Pirate!). A mobile app is available, and all you need to get started is a valid GFJ library card. Start, pause and return to your lessons…
The library will remain closed today due to local flooding.
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.
Digitized copies of Endicott & Union-area newspapers from 1857-1922 are now available at www.fultonhistory.com. Jump right to the “Union NY Union News” at: http://fultonhistory.com/my%20photo%20albums/All%20Newspapers/page4.html
TUESDAY EVENINGS: Refreshments 7 PM, Review @ 7:30 PM OCTOBER 5 – “ The Lacuna” by Barbara Kingsolver. An epic journey from the Mexico city of artists Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo to the America of FDR, Pearl Harbor, and J.Edgar Hoover. A poignant story of a man pulled between the two nations. Reviewed…
The Thursday February 25 USA Today featured an article on the changing role of libraries: http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2010-02-25-overdue25_ST_N.htm