Email Option Available for Hamilton Library Newsletter

Hamilton Public Library News

By Barbara Coger

(Hamilton, NY – Jan. 2012) The Friends of Hamilton Public Library are preparing their annual newsletter and will be offering it for the first time as an email option. Printed copies will still be available as always.

If you wish to add your name to an online list, just send notification to hamiltonlibrary @midyork.org, call the library, (315) 824-3060, or stop by with your current email.

Last week during an evening program, Lindsey Hoham shared some great tips for couponing and other money saving strategies. One of her favorite sites is hip2save.com. We now have a list of other popular sites and apps for you.

For those of you who request items, you will be notified when a copy is available for you. Sometimes these items may come from another library in the Mid-York Library System.

Out of courtesy to these libraries, we do request that you pick up your reserve item within 7 days of notification. If you are not able to do so, please let us know and we may be able to hold them a bit longer.  If we do not hear from you, items will be returned to the lending library at the end of the week’s notification.

New fiction titles available this week include Umberto Eco’s The Prague Cemetery, The Wedding Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini, Need You Now by James Grippando, Micro by Michael Crichton and Richard Preston.

Mysteries by Ian Rankin, John Sandford, and A Study in Sherlock are also available.

Barbara Coger is the library director. The library is open Monday-Friday, 10 am – 7 pm, and Saturday, 10 am – 1 pm. Please call the library, (315) 824-3060, during these hours for assistance. The book drop on Broad Street is always open for your convenience. Check the library’s Facebook page for up-to-date information about programs and special events.

 

 

 

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