May 112018

It’s too early to call it summer in upstate New York, but the AudioFile Sync Teen Program has already launched. It’s a great way for teens to get two free audiobooks every week for 16 weeks and once you’ve downloaded them, they’re yours to keep. You can listen on your mobile phone or any device that has internet access and allows downloads. Overdrive powers the program so make sure you have that app on your device.

The Audio Publishers Association offers this program to encourage reluctant readers, to provide a different way to experience diverse authors from a variety of cultures, and to Continue reading »

May 092018

You’ll notice a new, tall, dark and handsome computer in the library on your next visit. It’s there to serve you when you want to avoid a long check-out line or if you want to reserve a computer when they’re all occupied. You might think of it as the express lane at the grocery store. If you simply want to check out your materials, scan your library card then scan each item. A due date slip will be printed out as a reminder.

Apr 242018

memory of birds inside

Our current artist is Melanie Yoshiko Castine.  Yoshiko’s collage/assemblage constructions invite the viewer to enter a miniature environment held within a box.  The work entices the viewer to step inside the environment and react to the stimuli of words, pictures, found objects, ephemera, textures, etc. The variety of media creates a Continue reading »