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Thanksgiving Hours and a Booktique Sale!

In observance of the Thanksgiving Day holiday, Dunham Public Library will be closing early at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, November 26. We will be closed on Thursday, November 27 and we will be open for our regular hours on Friday, November 28. Happy Thanksgiving! 

Our on-going booksale, Booktique, will be having a "Black Friday" Weekend. On Friday and Saturday, November 28 and 29, your purchases in our Booktique and Bargain Books will be 50% off. We're also having a "Door Buster" special: If you spend $5.00 or more before Noon on both days, you'll get a bookstore coupon for one free book on your next visit. As always, we thank you for your continued support of our booksale. ALL proceeds raised always go back into improving our resources for our patrons.



What's new at Dunham Public Library? LOTS!

In keeping with our library's mission statement of promoting reading, knowledge, cultural enrichment and a sense of community, Dunham Public Library will always continue to provide its patrons with information resources, programs, friendly staff assistance and an inviting, fully accessible, place for all to exchange ideas. However, in order to accomplish this important ongoing goal, Dunham can no longer remain "static" and so here's just a small sample of what's been going on recently: 

Curious patrons have been asking about the removal of the two large trees from our front parking lot this past summer. Regrettably, it was discovered that both trees had picked up a blight which could have affected the other trees in the vicinity. They were also infested with carpenter ants, so, due to safety concerns for our patrons and the welfare of the remaining local trees in the area of the library, it was decided that the trees had to be taken down. We are planning to plant new trees in the spring of 2015 but we always welcome your ideas and suggestions for improving the front area of our library.

In October 2014, Dunham Public Library completed its purchase of the neighboring property at 80 Main Street. Over the next two to three years, with the help of grants, the 80 Main Street property will be suitably renovated and connected to the library. Dunham remains busier than ever and this will allow us to further expand services offered to our public. Naturally, this planned expansion is at a very early stage but we will certainly share details as they become available. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to let us know.

Dunham Public Library's very active Youth Services department continues to offer a host of programs and more series books, hot off the press. The staff has been busy updating the collections, so, please stop by for a schedule of Youth Services events and check out what's new on the shelves. If there's something you'd like to see, just let us know!

Finally, proceeds from our ongoing booksale, Booktique, have funded the installation of new hardwood tile flooring in our foyer and Community Room, twelve new tables and twenty-four new chairs for public use, supplies for several children's programs and four "Fat Boy" bean bag chairs in our teen center.

Booktique sales has also paid for our new hydroponic garden, which is set up near the back window of the library, just past the computers. We expect to be picking fresh vegetables like avocados, lettuce and tomatoes in the spring, so, come check it out.

As always, if you'd like to see our Community Room or even have a tour of the library, feel free to stop by the Information Desk. Our schedule of events is always available both online or in paper format. So, as Dunham continues to expand and grow its services to better serve our community, your donations to Booktique,   your patience and your support is always appreciated.



December 2 is Giving Tuesday


So...just what is GIVING TUESDAY and what's it all about? Taking place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, GIVING TUESDAY is meant to harness the power of social media to create a national moment around the holidays dedicated to giving, both financially and through volunteer efforts, similar to how Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become days that are synonynmous with holiday shopping. For more details about GIVING TUESDAY, please click HERE for free GIVING TUESDAY tools and resources.


Check out the Dunham Public Library Winter Market!

With the popular Whitesboro Farmers Market now concluded for the season, we are pleased to report that it is continuing as the Dunham Public Library Winter Market. Our new Winter Market features many of the same merchants you enjoyed at the Whitesboro Farmers Market in the village park. It is held in our Community Room on the first and third Monday of each month from 3:00 - 7:00 PM, so come on by!

The Winter Market will continue to offer food and crafts from local producers until the Whitesboro Farmers Market resumes in the spring.

Thank you for continuing to support our local producers and we hope to see you there!



Looking for a magazine? Check out Zinio!


So, just what is Zinio?

This is a new online magazine service now available to Mid-York Library System libraries. With Zinio, you are able to: 

Enjoy the complete digital editions of your favorite magazines, many of which are only available in this format.

Download full-color magaziines with interactive elements such as audio and video.

Find the stories you want to read quickly and easily with an intuitive navigation and all-inclusive keyword search.

Gain unlimited access to our entire collection of digital magazines.

Check out as many as you want.

Read your magazines anytime, anywhere: either on your PC or Mac or on your mobile device. Apps are available for iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire and Android.

For more information, please call 315-736-9734, stop by the library or check out the following flyer: HERE


To access the resource, click HERE  


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