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1 Sep 2017


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Where has the summer gone??!!  We don’t know, but now that it’s gone we’ll be returning to our regular hours (right after Labor Day.)  From Tuesday the 5th our schedule is:  Monday – 11-5 & 7-8:30; Tuesday – 11-5 & 7-8:30; Thursday – 11-5 & 7-8:30; Friday – 9:30-4; Saturday 10-4.  As always we are closed on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Tuesday 9/12 at 1pm – Sue Garnett will be here talking about a project of the Historical committee of the Corinth Bicentennial.  The committee is gathering information for a book commemorating the Town of Corinth.  The book will contain past and present photographs honoring the town and its people.  Photographs will include a link to “Story Corps” (a digital archive) to capture and preserve the voices of our rural community through digital storytelling.  Come to this informational session to learn what it’s all about and how you can participate.

15 Aug 2017

Solar Eclipse

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Well no, we don’t have the eclipse glasses. BUT here are some websites to check out that have information on eclipses and how to safely view them. Did you know you can make a very easy and effective viewer with easy to find materials? These sites will help you have a fun, hands-on learning experience with your family.



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31 Jul 2017


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Many thanks to all who helped make the Corinth Free Library’s Book & Bake Sale a success.  We could not have done it without all the people who donated books and baked goods.

Thanks to all our helpers:  Ken Carter, Amy Fasulo, Dan Fasulo, Lloyd & Lea Murdoch, Michael Hadfield, Dave Fasulo, Jane Kribs, Felicia Hopkins, Sally Scranton, Otis Scranton, Carol Barcomb, Sheri Welch, Rebekah Lytle, Josh Lytle, Danny Frechette, Sara Frechette, Lizzie Milligan, Dakota McNamara, Paige and Savannah Christman, and all the Junior Honor Society students who helped carry books.


Thanks to the Town of Corinth and Shawn Eggleston and his crew for the use of the truck, to the Corinth Central School for the use of the tables, to Stewart’s for ice cream certificates, and to the American Legion Post #533 for the loan of the tents.