Jordanville Public Library

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Jordanville Public Library has recently acquired several “Kits” which are available for check out!

Story Time Kits – For those of you who are homeschooling young children we have the following kits: “Friends”, “Peanut Butter & Jelly”, “Barnyard Song”, “Mrs. Honey’s Hat”, “Wolves” and “Wales”.

For Educators – We have a multipart STEM Kit from 4-H called “Mars Base Camp’. It contains an Educators guide, student guides,, lunar rover kits and various activity cards.

For Book Clubs – We have two kits that contain 6 copies of the book, a signout sheet to keep track of the books and discussion questions. We will be putting more of these kits together in the near future. Currently we have: “Red Mountain” by Boo Walker and “The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek” by Kim Michele Richardson

In the event of closings due to inclement weather please: Check here on our website to find out if we have closed or changed our hours, or Call the library at 315-858-2874 and listen to the announcement or Watch WKTV for closings or delays.

Our ceiling mural has been restored. Come see how nice it looks!

The work was completed by Muralist: Heather Bruno-Sears from Skaneateles, NY.

WE ARE OPEN !!! Mon., Wed., Fri., 3:00-7:00 Tue. & Thu. 9:00-1:00. Come see our new improvements and check out the new titles! Please follow “Social Distancing” protocols and wear a facial covering. Not comfortable coming into the library or forgot your mask? No problem. We are still happy to provide you with curbside service. Just call: 315-858-2874 and we will prepare items that you placed on “Hold” for you to pick up in our lobby. We look forward to serving you again!

Children in the Library during Covid

Rules for Children in library during Covid-19:

· No child under age 12 without an adult.

· Children over 2 must wear mask.

· Children under 10 must be DIRECTLY supervised (adults can NOT use computer while child is in children’s area of library.

· Children may not handle books or DVDs. Adults are responsible for selecting children’s books and either checking them out or sanitizing and re-shelving them per cleaning instructions.

Children under 12 are limited to 20 minutes

Anyone may use our WiFi at any time outside the buildiPatrons may use their library card number combined with their pin# (last four digits of phone) to download books, magazines, and videos from the Mid-York Library System at

We will keep you posted on our website:

Junior Library Guild is offering additional free online reading for youth. Check out their website at: JLG@HOME

OPAC is here!

The OPAC replaces the Library’s Card Catalog. It not only contains the Jordanville Public Library but all of the libraries within the Mid-York Library System. Our new OPAC is located in the center of the library for your use. If you are not familiar with how it works our staff will be happy to assist you.

Board of Trustees Meeting:

The Next meeting is February 2,2021.

. This meeting will be held in a hybrid format. There is limited seating for in person attendance.

Board of trustees Meeting Tuesday, February 2, 20216:30 – 8:30pm

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Join by phone‪(US) +1 573-525-9234‬ PIN: ‪634 432 664‬#

If you need to be placed on the agenda for the next meeting, please leave a phone message at 315-858-2874 or send an email to

All Board of Trustees meeting are opened to the public. Come hear how decisions are made. Have a voice!

The Reading Machine, which enlarges type and media, is available for your use to view those hard to see documents, photos, books, etc. It is located in a very private corner in our new addition for your privacy.

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Looking for a book discussion group?
Try The Van Hornesville Book Club!
For more information contact the library.


Please tell us the types of programs that you would like to have here at the library.


ILL stands for Intra- Library Loan.  The Jordanville Public Library is a member of the Mid-York Library System that is made up of three counties; Herkimer, Madison and Oneida.  Because we are a member of the Mid-York system we can borrow books from the other 43 libraries in the system for our patrons.  We receive a delivery twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays.  If you place a hold on a book, or any item, through Mid-York, it will be delivered to our library and we will give you a call when it comes in.  If you are unsure how to place a hold, click on the “How to Place a Hold” button at the top of the page for a quick tutorial…

Discarded books, DVDs and magazines are placed in the vestibule and are free!


Our staff is always happy to assist you.
Library Manager: Melinda Supp
Library Assistant: Christopher Sturcke
Groundskeeper: Russell Hunt

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