Monday & Wednesday 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
The next meeting of the Board of Trustees will be on Thursday, January 28 at 6:30 p.m. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this meeting is closed to in-person attendees, but the public is welcome to attend virtually. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link to the live Zoom audio stream.
DECEMBER – JANUARY: “Equine Expressions” collage paintings and mixed media pieces by Jim Ridlon and Alyson Markell
There will be hand sanitizer available inside each entrance and throughout the building.
Patrons must wear a mask and practice appropriate social distancing.
Computers may be used for a limit of one hour per day. They will be cleaned and disinfected after each use. Because of social distancing guidelines, expect a reduced number of workstations.
We apologize for all of the inconveniences associated with opening our building during a pandemic. These procedures are being put in place to protect us all. Thank you in advance for your cooperation, understanding, and patience with us as we move forward.
Remember our online resources are available 24/7 at Midyork.org
For help accessing those resources please call to speak with staff: 315-662-3134.
Library Takeout will allow patrons to reserve books, audiobooks, DVDs and other materials online by calling 315-662-3134 or by email to email@example.com. You can also order New Woodstock Items online at https://www.midyork.org/client/en_US/localnw/
“A library is many things. It’s a place to go, to get in out of the rain. It’s a place to go if you want to sit and think. But particularly it is a place where books live, and where you can get in touch with other people, and other thoughts, through books. If you want to find out about something, the information is in the reference books — the dictionaries, the encyclopedias, the atlases. If you like to be told a story, the library is the place to go. Books hold most of the secrets of the world, most of the thoughts that men and women have had. And when you are reading a book, you and the author are alone together — just the two of you. A library is a good place to go when you feel unhappy, for there, in a book, you may find encouragement and comfort. A library is a good place to go when you feel bewildered or undecided, for there, in a book, you may have your question answered. Books are good company, in sad times and happy times, for books are people — people who have managed to stay alive by hiding between the covers of a book.”
— E.B. White – Letter to the Children of Troy, USA – 14 April 1971
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