Friends Summer News: next meeting August 6 at 4PM

The newsletter for the Friends of the Library with news about the booksale, their gift basket, summer lectures planned: FRIENDS summer newsletter


Whoops! Lights Out! Story time confusion!

Apologies from the Librarian!  The correct date for summer reading program story time/movie kick- off is July 7 but there will be a story time added on June 30 at 10.  Sign up for summer reading is open and reading records are now available. Lights are on and we are open again

Have space?

We need your help!  Our book shed is filling up!  We’ll have great books for the book sale, but we could use additional storage space so we can sort in the shed and help you find what you are looking for.  Please call the library if you have some clean dry garage/barn or shed space you can lend us this summer.


Summer Reading Begins!

Kids- sign up at the library for the summer reading program.  Sandy is back with “Every Hero Has a Story”. Be an Environmental Hero Wednesdays at 7 PM beginning July 8th. Report on your reading and get a gift book in return. Four GREAT programs in July

Tuesdays Story Time 10 am- hear the book/ watch the movie the following Tuesday at the Indian Lake Theater. Story time begins July 7 movie July 14, Story time July 21 movie, July 28,  August 4th Story time, August 11th movie. Story times and movies at the Indian Lake Theater are all free and open to all.

July 30 11:30 am  BONUS PROGRAM!   Live Theater from Adirondack Shakespeare Company at the Indian Lake Theater


We are giving Thursdays a try

The library will be open Thursdays from 10 am – 1 pm this summer, starting July 9th.


Report from the WRITERS’ GROUP-Next meeting July 8, 1:30 at the library

Although a small group, we always find little nuggets of great writing emerging from our members. In June we were delighted by the writing of the niece of one of our members who was only eleven years old.  We also enjoyed tales of ADK outings, one which caused great laughter when the writer compared a bicycle outing in contrast to the Americade motorcyclists.  We heard a lovely tale of the evolution of a maple leaf, and two short pieces related to gardening.  Finally we were treated to a tale of a boat called a dragger and how it mysteriously appeared along the shore and just as mysteriously disappeared.

“Assignment” suggestion again for next month:  “On the Road”


Donations now Accepted

The Friends have announced that they will be able to take donations of clean, kindly used books for their sale, July 25-26. Thank you!