Jordanville Public Library

For those who missed our class on crocheting snowflakes; we are keeping the supplies, patterns and directions available for you to try on your own.

If there is enough interest then our “Old Yarns Group” will repeat the class next month.

OPAC is here! ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOG

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.


Winter Hours

Beginning Dec. 28 2019 we will be closed on Saturdays for the winter season.

Welcome to December! Please remember to call 315-858-2874 during inclement weather to find out if the library is open or closed. We will also list closing announcements here on our website and on WKTV channel 2.



The library now carries the Herkimer Telegram for your reading pleasure.




Board of Trustees Meeting: Tuesday,Jan. 7, 2020 at 6:30 PM

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




Story Hour – Tuesday Jan. 14, 2020 – 10:00 AM


Reading Machine Available

For those who find they need to view print that is larger, you may bring your documents, books, pictures, etc. to the library and use our Reading Machine to magnify material  in order to view it more clearly.  The library also provides a selection of Large Print material and audio books. Ask our library manager about more programs and materials available.


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

Currently Reading: “The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper”

Next meeting: Jan. 17, 2020

PROGRAM SUGGESTIONS WELCOME:

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

WHAT IS ILL??

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 serve you !

Library Manager – Melinda Supp

Circulation Desk Assistants:

Diane Thomas and Christopher Sturcke

And Groundskeeper; Russell Hunt

         

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