The Public Computing Center will be closed again Tuesday January 22 due to staff illness.
Fall program registration began this week and there are only a few spots left! Call the library today to register for our story times and book clubs!
Working but having trouble making ends meet? Check your eligibility for a wide range of support programs at: myBenefits.ny.gov
GFJ will be hosting, via our brand new teleconferencing equipment, a program being held at the Port Jervis Free Library featuring Michael Worden, the Ghost Detective from the Paranormal Police Headquarters (www.paranormalpolice.com). Michael offers a unique perspective as an investigator of both the living and the dead! He is a police detective in Port Jervis…
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.
The George F. Johnson Memorial Library (Endicott NY) is one of 30 libraries in New York State to receive $244,517 in funding to create a Public Computing Center in the library. This award is provided as part of a grant awarded to the New York State Library through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA)…
Author Brad Meltzer reflects on the need to defend library funding