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!
I’ve had several conversations with many of our patrons over the last few weeks, and we seem to agree on one thing- these are hard economic times for many of us. There are a variety of factors, ranging from the Continue reading The Library: A Safe Port in Troubled Times
Pretty soon I’m going to have my fifty-fifth birthday and as I sit here thinking about things I realized that I feel good about myself when I’m learning something new. So my goal is to complete my second Master’s degree Continue reading A Musical Library
On Wednesday July 4th we will celebrate America’s birthday. Some of my earliest memories are the flags flying on front porches and the smell of hot dogs and hamburgers sizzling on backyard grills. The traditions continue today with fireworks, great Continue reading Happy 4th of July!
Those of us who prefer “The Beautiful Game” to other sports had the opportunity to see the magic of Lionel Messi versus the Samba Kings of Brazil last Saturday (June 9), in the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. The tag Continue reading The Clash of the Titans
Many years ago, back when I was in 7th grade, we celebrated the first Earth Day. It wasn’t an overly raucous celebration- just a bunch of kids wearing blue pants and white sneakers, but it was still an opportunity to Continue reading Your library, the original recycler
We would like to invite you to share your thoughts and ideas about library services and priorities and help guide our strategic planning efforts to chart the course of the District’s future. We are asking our community members to take Continue reading The Chemung County Library District wants to hear from you! CCLD Strategic Plan 2013-2017
There are many times where we hear about the misfortune of others only to spend a moment thinking about how terrible it is and then, quickly dismissing the thought, we continue on with our lives. This past holiday season the Continue reading Thanks to our patrons
While New Year’s Eve is celebrated around the world, the Scots have a long rich heritage associated with this event – and have their own name for it, Hogmanay. During the Protestant Reformation Christmas was considered a Catholic feast and Continue reading Happy Hogmanay!
Give your child a gift that never needs batteries, doesn’t need assembly, doesn’t need to be fed or taken for a walk. Our gift idea lasts forever, never wears out, and is constantly exciting. And to make it even more Continue reading Are you looking for that perfect holiday gift?