The Chemung County Library District is a municipality established by the voters in November 2005 to provide exceptional public library services and programs to all of the citizens of Chemung County. The District is governed by a Board of Trustees Continue reading Election of representatives to the Library District Board of Trustees
NEW DVD: Mr Bandings Builds His Dream House XXX-Return of Xander Cage Fifty Shades Darker The Great Wall Lego Batman Get Out Logan Hap and Leonard-TV Series PJ Masks: Let’s Go PJ Masks! Havenhurst Wild Kratts: Bugging Out Arsenal Elmo Continue reading New AV at Steele – June 2017
Just a reminder, all CCLD libraries will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017. We hope you have a fun and safe weekend!
Summer Reading Club registration for all ages begins June 26th, 2017 and will run until August 7th, 2017. Once you have completed your registration you will be able to login and record your summer reading accomplishments. Weekly prizes will be Continue reading Summer Reading Club Begins June 26th
All CCLD libraries will be closed this Friday, June 9th for staff Continuing Education Day.
Just a reminder, all CCLD libraries will be closed on Monday, May 29th for Memorial Day.
NEW DVD: Shanghai Express La La Land Beauty and The Beast Rules Don’t Apply Why Him? Office Christmas Party A Monster Calls Def Leppard: Live From Detroit Absolute Deception Gold Monday Night Mayhem We Are X Mean Dreams Underworld: Blood Continue reading New AV at Steele – May 2017
One of the greatest gifts you can give your grade-schooler is the love of reading. But how can you encourage a reluctant reader to pick up a book? One way to motivate your reader is by offering rewards. For example, Continue reading Encourage reluctant readers with these FUN BOOKS!
Check out our Citizenship Corner (next to the health and education reference center by the Digital Media Lab) on the 2nd floor of the Steele Memorial Library)! It includes citizenship test preparation materials along with information about the naturalization process. Continue reading Immigration News: Citizenship Corner in the Steele Memorial Library
A post from our interactive display at the Steele Memorial Library where we asked you the question, “During the 76 hours we are open each week, people come to the library for countless different reasons, so please tell us–Why did Continue reading Why did you come to the library today?