Oops, it’s October now.

Sometimes life just moves too fast. October is half over already and I’m just doing my monthly update. Sigh… Michael is very busy now that storytime has started again. (That’s Monday nights at 7 and Friday mornings at 10:30.) He is also doing outreach at Head Start on Tuesday mornings. Our new display in the case features Adirondack Guides and Hermits and includes a nifty framed photo and signature card of Noah John Rondeau.
We are open on Halloween, come in and show off your costume.

Story time

It’s back! Pre-school story time is Monday night at 7pm and Friday morning at 10:30am. The only exceptions are when Michael or Becky are on vacation or when the library is closed for a holiday.

September returns…

And Summer goes.  Here are some important reminders as we head into Fall.  We are closed on Monday September 7 for Labor Day.  When we reopen on Tuesday September 8 we will be back on our regular hours.   These are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11am – 5pm and 7pm – 8:30pm; Friday 9:30am – 4pm; and Saturday 10am – 4pm.  As always we are closed on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Story time takes a break during September while people are settling into their new school schedules, and Michael visits with local pre-schools.  We will resume in October.  The Children’s Room remains open for your enjoyment; stop in with the kids to read, play and have fun.

During the month of September we are hosting an exhibit entitled Papermaking at Palmer Falls: Industrial Innovation on the Upper Hudson River.  This is on loan from the Corinth Museum.  Also on display are books about the Hudson River, the International Paper Co., and papermaking.  Stop in to view the displays any time the library is open.