The September 2014 meeting of GFJ’s Board of Trustees has been rescheduled. It will now be held Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 7 PM at the library.
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 Two Rivers Photography Club will be returning to the PCC with two classes on digital photography! On May 22 and May 23, from 6pm- 8pm, join us for workshops on using point and shoot type digital cameras. Participants will need to bring their own cameras and manuals, and to make sure all batteries are…
Studies have proved that learning a second language improves brain function and can slow the onset of dementia. Bilingual people benefit from these effects no matter at what age they learn a second language. GFJ offers Mango Languages, a free online language-learning suite with over sixty languages, including a free phone app. And it’s fun!…
As Congress debates dropping funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and eliminating the National Endowment for the Humanities, author Scott Turow decries nationwide cuts in liabrary funding
This was the first year of our Adult Summer Reading Club. We had 40 participants and you read over 500 books!!! Congratulations to our contest winners: Tracy & Sarah! Hope you enjoyed the club, next year we will try and add some programming!!! See you next summer!
Author Anne Crowley will give a talk on her book “The Nightingale Sings” on Saturday, February 11 at 1 PM in the library’s Scott (basement) meeting room. The book is the compelling true story of one woman’s courage, determination, and triumph over tragedy.