we were awarded an Outreach Mini Grant from the Finger Lakes Library System to fund our newest program – Computer Classes for Seniors.
This funding will allow the Library to expand our adult programming into a much needed and requested arena. We plan to start the classes in June and will host two classes a month.
We could not be more thrilled to be sharing this wonderful news with all of you!
Story Time Tomorrow, Tuesday at 10AM with special Mother’s Day craft! Come one come all for FUN!
The Library occasionally needs a helping hand and we would like to develop a list of people to ask. It may be something in the Library needs organizing, or recently there was an opportunity to represent the Library selecting free books. Sometimes there is a staff member who could use an extra pair of hands.
If you are willing to be the list, please call or email me with the best way to contact you. And being on the list only means you would be notified when there is a task that could benefit from a Friend’s helping hand.
Director@grotonpubliclibrary.org or 898-5055
FRIENDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE
On Tuesday, April 28, 2015, the Groton Public Library holds its annual meeting at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of electing new trustee(s) and voting on the proposed budget for 2015-2016. Polling will be from 7:30-8:00 p.m.
The candidates for a term on the library board are Jennifer Morey, and Frank Satterly. The budget will be reviewed, and the Library’s past year will be discussed. The trustees look forward to talking with voters.
In order to vote you must be:
* United States citizen
* 18 years or older
* Groton Central School District resident for at least 30 days
Tomorrow – Saturday @ 11AM with Liz Snyder with stories of Spring!