This isn’t an April Fool’s joke! The 1950 US Census will be released on April 1, 2022. Here’s a quick blurb from the National Archives and then some useful links which should cover most everything you need in order to Continue reading Useful Links for the 1950 Census Release
Gravel Heart: By Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature Salim has always known that his father does not want him. Living with his parents and his adored Uncle Amir in a house full of secrets, he Continue reading New Adult Book Recommendations at Big Flats
The Deadliest Sin (Crispin Guest Medieval Noir #15), by Jeri Westerson 1399, London. A drink at the Boar’s Tusk takes an unexpected turn for Crispin Guest, Tracker of London, and his apprentice, Jack Tucker, when a messenger claims the prioress Continue reading New Fiction at Steele – March 2022
CCLD Libraries are closed today due to bad weather and bad roads. Stay safe!
January 2022 It’s winter. It’s cold. But it’s also warm? The world is still upside down. Plant care and maintenance can get a bit lax. Plants don’t get watered as often, things get overlooked. Leaves get droopy, maybe even crispy. Continue reading Plants of Hope
Did you get a DNA kit from ancestry for Christmas? Have you already uploaded your DNA and want to learn how to find family members? The Chemung County Library District is proud to announce three new online classes to help Continue reading DNA for your family tree and more at the CCLD
Check out this month’s newsletter for details regarding library programs and more. You can have our monthly newsletter emailed to you by joining our mailing list. If you sign up, you will receive one email each month that details free Continue reading CCLD Newsletter – March 2022
All CCLD Branches will be closed today, due to slick road conditions.
Shoot the Moonlight Out, by William Boyle A large ensemble cast populates this dramatic story. Southern Brooklyn, July 1996. Bobby Santovasco and his pal Zeke like to throw rocks at cars getting off the Belt Parkway. They think it’s dumb Continue reading Great Reads for February at Steele
Thanks to a grant from the South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC), The Steele Memorial Library was able to digitize the pages to their most fragile city directories and share them with researchers online. City directories are a great research Continue reading Local City Directories Now Online.