The Friends’ annual book sale was a rousing success. Thank you to everyone who volunteered and who came out for such a wonderful community event. Many folks commented on the thoughtful organization of books and materials, the quality of their finds, and the fun of connecting with friends and neighbors. We can’t thank you enough for supporting our local library!
If you use RB Digital for Zinio magazines or streaming video, the service will be unavailable September 20 beginning at 8 p.m. for the launch of an improved app.
Do you pick or do you throw? Knitters of all skill levels are invited to join a new group forming at the library on Tuesdays at 2 p.m in the main reading room.
Watch these short tutorials on using the improved Overdrive service for e-content.
Overdrive also has a large selection of periodicals to compliment our Zinio collection.
Long-time Youth Services Librarian, Kim DiLego will be moving over to the Reference Department officially on May 9 although she is already assuming many of the reference duties. DiLego was the unanimous choice based on her 20 years of experience at the library, her familiarity with library procedures, and the depth of her local history knowledge.
Kim earned her Masters of Library Information Science from the State University of New York Albany campus in August of 2005 and her BA from Westfield State University in 1989. She and her husband Paul have one daughter Maia.
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Need to learn a new language in a hurry? Traveling to some exotic spot, or just want to keep your brain exercised? The old language learning system BYKI is now transformed into a faster platform designed for smartphones and tablets. If you already take language classes on BYKI, your progress will be migrated to the new look and feel. If you haven’t taken a language course, check it out at
Please, do not take or make calls in the library. If you must use your cell phone, please turn the sound off or put on vibrate. The stairwell between the second and third floor near the Reference Department is available for personal calls. Exceptions may be made for tech support or emergencies. Texting and web apps like Facebook are allowed.
Patrons may use SKYPE in the smaller front room on the main floor, if conversations are held at a reasonable level. If you are having an interview or require privacy, please inquire about the possibility of using the third floor meeting area if staffing is available.
Cell phone use is not permitted in the Youth Services Department unless it is an emergency.