A long time tradition of displaying handmade kites of a local resident has returned to the Steele Memorial Library. From 1988 – 2006, visitors were treated to the kite artistry of Bill Connors. They were hung every spring high into Continue reading Kites of Bill Connors are Flying High at the Steele Memorial Library
By the time you read this, I will be retired. Connie Ogilvie has taken over the writing of this column but I asked her if I could use it to say goodbye. I have loved working in a public library, Continue reading There’s a book for that!
It’s almost that time of year again… Summer! Which means that our library Youth departments are busy planning our Summer Reading Club programs. We are very excited about this year’s theme, FIZZ, BOOM, READ! Activities for kids at our local Continue reading FIZZ, BOOM, READ!
If you enjoy good ol’ classic rock music, then you need to check out the Audio-Video department at CCLD-Central library. We are compiling a fantastic selection of classic rock music for both old and young fans of a great era Continue reading ARE YOU A ROCK-N-ROLLER?
About a year ago my daughters and I were in the process of planning for their first trip to Europe. Seeing that all three of us were recent college graduates we balked at the thought of signing up for a Continue reading Did you know that your public library is a vacation planner’s paradise?
Five years ago today, Flight 3407 crashed Clarence Center, NY. As names were released to the public, there appeared, “John G. Roberts, III.” I felt a chill as I had served with someone by that name in the army. He Continue reading Colgan Air Flight 3407
Change. It’s only one word, but what a scary word it can be. There are many people, like me, that embrace change and look forward to the new things that happen in life, but there are also just as many Continue reading Change
All CCLD libraries are closing at 5PM today and will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday, October 30th), due to inclement weather.
When my wife and I started packing before we moved into our current house I used to think we had a couple boxes worth of books. I was wrong. When we finished packing everything, I discovered we had 39 boxes Continue reading “Weeding” Good for the Library
When you go out to dine you might use a credit card to pay for your food. When you get gas for your vehicle you may use a debit card. But did you know that, when you want to pick Continue reading September is National Library Card Sign-up Month!