Hamilton Public Library News
(Hamilton, NY – Dec. 2012) Happy holidays from the Hamilton Public Library. Our Hanukkah and Christmas books are currently on display, along with our “wish tree” and a menorah. Please stop by to see the Christmas village and vintage Saturday Evening Post artwork in the gallery space near the children’s collection.
Thinking of purchasing an eReader? It is important to remember that there are many differences between models currently available to consumers. Stop by the library circulation desk for more information about things to think about before making your selection. For more information about how to use your eReader to borrow digital books through the library, visit the MYlibrary2go section of the online catalog or type in this link directly. tinyurl.com/mylibrary2go.
Searching for unique gifts? Come shop with us and support the Hamilton Public Library and Friends of the Library group. We currently have handcrafted earrings and note cards, as well as tote bags, and items from our wish tree available for you to purchase. Our regular book sale table has recently been refreshed with new donations and we are currently offering a Buy One, Get One Free Sale on DVDs and VHS tapes.
Additional information about library resources, programs and policies, as well as, access to our online services is available through the library website www.midyorklib.org/wp/hamilton/. Follow us on Facebook for up-to-date information about programs, special events, and other general library related information. www.facebook.com/HPL.books
Hilary Virgil is the library director. The library is open Monday-Friday, 10 am – 7 pm, and Saturday, 10 am – 1 pm. Please visit or call the library (315) 824-3060 during these hours for assistance. The book drop on Broad Street is always open for your convenience.