LawHelpNY has created a new set of online tools to help people solve their problems with money and consumer legal issues. LawHelpNY.org is a website that is designed to teach low-income New Yorkers about their rights, help them find free Continue reading LawHelpNY new Consumer Self-Help Tools Online
December 22 – All libraries will close at 1pm December 23-25 – Closed December 29 – All libraries will close at 1pm December 30-January 1 – Closed
CCLD libraries will be closed Thursday, NOV 23 in observance of the holiday, but our eLibrary is always open — 24/7/365. For those of you hitting the road, libraries will be open until regular closing hours on Wednesday night, so Continue reading Your Holiday Roadtrip Supply List
The following chart shows the results of the CCLD Board of Trustees elections that were held at the Steele Memorial Library and Horseheads Free Library on Tuesday, November 7th, 2017.
Find your polling place Not sure where to vote? Use the NYS Voter Lookup to find your district and where to vote: https://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/ Constitutional Convention On November 7, registered voters can decide whether NYS should hold a constitutional convention. https://www.elections.ny.gov/ProposedAmendments.html Continue reading Don’t forget to vote today! Find your polling place!
On Election Day, November 7th 2017, please visit the Steele Memorial Library (101 E. Church St, Elmira) or the Horseheads Free Library (405 S. Main St, Horseheads) from 12-7pm, to vote for candidates running in your district for open seats Continue reading CCLD Board of Trustees Election 2017 Absentee Ballots
Notice to Chemung County Registered Voters: On Election Day, November 7th 2017, please visit the Steele Memorial Library (101 E. Church St, Elmira) or the Horseheads Free Library (405 S. Main St, Horseheads) from 12-7pm, to vote for candidates running Continue reading New voting locations for Chemung County Library District Board of Trustees
Out of 323 challenges reported to the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom, the Top Ten Most Challenged Books of 2016 are… 1. This One Summer written by Mariko Tamaki and illustrated by Jillian Tamaki This young adult graphic novel, winner Continue reading Top Ten Challenged Books of 2016
Every year since 1982, libraries put up caution tape and books and remind us that literature is often challenged and censored. In the 35-year history of Banned Books Week, over 11,000 books have been challenged. Banned books range from contemporary Continue reading Freedom to Read: Commemorate Banned Books Week 2017
Tuesday, September 26 is National Voter Registration Day! Are you registered to vote? Did you recently move (change address), turn 18, get married (change your name), complete parole, or would you like to change your party affiliation? From 12pm-3pm on Continue reading Register to Vote on National Voter Registration Day: Tuesday September 26, 2017