Are you ready for summer reading? We are! Check out the Kid Zone for info on all of our great summer programs.
The library will be closing at 4:00 today (Thursday, February 13) due to the inclement weather.
Would you like to have someone tell you what you can’t read? You’ be surprised at the list of books that have been challenged at our nation’s public and school libraries. It’s not too early to oppose censorship by planning on reading a banned book during 2011’s Banned Books Week (Sept. 25 – Oct 2). …
Join the fun this summer and enter to win a gift basket filled with “Literary Elements”. For every five books read, fill out a reading log and drop in the box in the adult area of the library. Winners will be drawn the week of August 4. Pick up your summer reading packets at the…
Community Foundation for South Central New York – Broome Library Foundation’s Diane Brown and Laura Knochen-Davis present a $1250 award to GFJ Library Director, Ed Dunscombe and Village of Endicott Grantwriter Beth Putrino to digitize local newspapers from the 1930’s, as a part of GFJ’s Digital Archives Project.
GFJ, along with Your Home Public Library in Johnson City, have put together a couple short surveys to get your feedback about how we’re doing. Your input is vital as we work to tailor or collection, programs, and services to the wants & needs of the community. Library Survey #2 (10 questions)
We are delighted to announce that Amazon’s “Kindle” e-reader can now be used to read books downloaded from GFJ’s “Overdrive” service. Click on the “Download Overdrive” icon at www.gfjlibrary.org and start reading. The collection is growing at a rate of about 40 titles per month.