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Sunday Programs

More Sunday adult entertainment in the meeting room. Used to be much more. I look forward to it.

The good news is that we have several great weekend programs coming up.  Please check our newsletter and above 'Events' tab to learn more about the concerts and performances you can look forward to in the coming months.

Coming in August

Fiction

Box, C.J. Shots Fired: Stories from Joe Pickett Country.

Cain, Chelsea. One Kick.

Griffin, W.E.B. with William E. Butterworth IV. Deadly Assets: A Badge of Honor Novel.

Grossman, Lev. The Magician’s Land.

Hoag, Tami. Cold Cold Heart.

Jance, J.A. Remains of Innocence: A Brady Novel of Suspense.

Macomber, Debbie. Love Letters: A Rose Harbor Novel.

McCullough, Colleen. Bittersweet.

Patterson, James & Michael White. Private Down Under.

Preston, Douglas & Lincoln Child. The Lost Island: A Gideon Crew Novel.

Reichs, Kathy. Bones Never Lie.

Robards, Karen. Her Last Whisper.

Sparks, Nicholas. The Best of Me.

Vreeland, Susan. Lisette’s List.

Non-Fiction

Brinkley, Douglas & Luke Nichter. The Nixon Tapes.

Coming in July

Fiction

Atkins, Ace. The Forsaken.

Black, Robin. Life Drawing.

Bohjalian, Chris. Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands.

Coulter, Catherine. Power Play.

Evanovich, Stephanie. The Sweet Spot.

Garwood, Julie. Fast Track.

Harkness, Deborah. The Book of Life.

Johansen, Iris & Roy Johansen. Sight Unseen.

Kellerman, Faye. Murder 101: A Decker/Lazarus Novel.

Kenyon, Sherrilyn. Born of Fury.

Koontz, Dean. The City.

Moriarty, Liane. Untitled.

Scottoline, Lisa & Francesca Serritella. Have a Nice Guilt Trip

Siddons, Anne Rivers. The Girls of August.

Silva, Daniel. Untitled Gabriel Allon No. 14.

Steel, Danielle. A Perfect Life.

Winspear, Jacqueline. The Care and Management of Lies: A Novel of the Great War.

Woods, Stuart. Cut and Thrust.

Coming in June

Fiction

Brown, Rita Mae & Sneaky Pie Brown. Nine Lives To Die : A Mrs. Murphy Mystery.

Burke, Alafair. All Day and a Night.

Evanovich, Janet. Top Secret Twenty-one: A Stephanie Plum Novel.

Fairstein, Linda. Terminal City/

Frank, Dorothea Benton. The Hurricane Sisters.

Gabaldon, Diana. Written in My Own Heart’s Blood.

Gardiner, Meg. Phantom Instinct.

Hilderbrand, Elin. The Matchmaker.

King, Stephen. Mr. Mercedes.

Kwok, Jean. Mambo in Chinatown.

Lustbader, Eric Van. Robert Ludlum’s (TM) The Bourne Ascendancy.

McMurtry, Larry. The Last Kind Words Saloon.

Patterson, James & David Ellis. Invisible.

See, Lisa. China Dolls.

Shepard, Sara. The Heiresses.

Slaughter, Karin. Cop Town.

Non-Fiction

Unattended Bags and Drinks

Your staff should be more concerned when patrons leave large bags unattended. Also, no beverages should be allowed.

Unattended bags can be concerning. Our staff strives to remind everyone not to leave any of their belongings behind. This is a public space with all that entails.  Currently, only covered beverages are allowed such as bottles of water. 

Director’s Report to the Board of Trustees

Where is the Director's Report to the Board of Trustees for January, February and March?

The January and February reports are now available. The reports are prepared for the board meetings which take place on the third week of the month. Please expect the March report at that time.

Click here for the January Report.

Click here for the February report.

Past Book Lists

Need to have a list of books already taken out so we don't have to say I had this or I have seen this before.

Libraries don't keep backlists of your book in order to protect your privacy. Under the Patriot Act, any such saved list would have to be given to the police when requested. We apologize for the resulting inconvience.

Copy Machine Table

Please place a table next to the copier. Your older machine had a shelf to hold paper. Thank you.

The copier machine is currently in a temporary location. When our construction has finished, it will be moved to a more accessible area with more room to spread out.

Shelf Height

Placement of audio cassette shelve too high and too low for senior sto see- very difficult to locate cassettes.

New Book shelves- too high for seniors to see or reach. Step stools too dangerous to use safely.

The main issue with our shelving is space. While we try to provide our materials in the most convient way possible, its difficult to contain a comprehensive collection in our existing space without using vertical real estate. With that in mind, we do our best to keep the collections fresh and free of titles that cause clutter. Whenever possible we don't utilize the top and bottom shelves.

Upcoming Events

Put the winter blues behind you and escape your cabin fever by coming to the library for some fascinating programming.  Ever heard of Etsy? It’s an online marketplace where artisans and crafters of all kinds sell their wares. Join us on Thursday, March 13 at 7PM and learn how you can set up your own Etsy shop.  

Leave New York behind and escape to the Andes with Professor Emeritus Barry Kass, who will take you to the mountains of Peru with photo lecture on Monday, March 17 at 2PM. You can also stay local on Wednesday, March 19 at 2PM  by hearing an update on the Tappan Zee Bridge project or on Sunday, March 25 at 2PM when students, administrator and community activists delve into the divisive situation in the East Ramapo school district.  

If your health has suffered from a winter spent locked away, then come over on Wednesday, March 5 at 1:30 PM for the Stay Fit Seniors presentation or stop by on Wednesday, March 26 at 1PM for an up-to-date talk on nutrition by Alice Kaufman.

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