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Dunham Public Library's online catalog is now available to be searched on your iPhone, iPad, and iTouch devices.  Download the app from the iTunes store. For more information, read here.

Communication Direct to Your Inbox

Dunham Public Library, in cooperation with other area libraries and the Mid York Library System, is offering a new service. You can receive an email when items are ready for pickup at the library and also receive a courtesy reminder email three days before items are due.

Read more about this service and see how to sign up.

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Boilermaker Charity Bib Fundraiser

Our runners have finished the race, but you can still help Dunham Public Library and the Mid-York Library System raise funds for books on CD, digital audiobooks and possibly devices for audiobooks. All funds raised will go to further improve our resources for our patrons. Thank You!

Click here for details and to donate today



Dunham Public Library Trustee co-authors new book

Interplay of Cultural Narratives in Martinique: French, African, and Indian Journeys Toward a Pluralistic Society (May 2015, Caribbean Studies Press, Cat #CSP3704, 282 pp, with b & w illustrations, softcover ISBN 978-1-62632-370-4)


Trustee R. Scott Smith has co-authored a book with his wife, Dr. Mahadevi Ramakrishnan, which explores the history of immigration and development of cultural identities on the island of Martinique from 1635 to the present with particular attention to the major cultural groups: African, French and Indian as well as the role of the indigenous Caribs in cultural hybridization. This interdisciplinary study of intertwined adaptive strategies to emigration and resettlement provides insight into the complicated tapestry of contemporary Martinican identity, including Martinique's chosen status as an Overseas Department of France. To help students navigate nearly four hundred years of complex history, the authors provide a glossary and questions for reflection.


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  


Dolly Parton Imagination Library of Herkimer & Oneida Counties

The North Utica Community Center and participating Rotary Clubs are offering a FREE program to encourage reading and early childhood literacy in our community.

Every child, under five years old, living in the designated zip codes (click HERE for a list of zip codes) is qualified to receive a free, age-appropriate, book mailed, on a monthly basis, directly to their home from Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. 

Dunham Public Library is proud to be a part of this program. We have applications available at the library or you may download one HERE.

For more information, please call 315-736-9734 or check out the Imagination Library website.





Have You Read to Your Child Today?

Raise A ReaderWe are spotlighting early childhood literacy with a new program.  Putting into action the research based assertion that literacy learning starts early, young children construct their understandings of literacy almost from birth and adults are vital in teaching children literacy, the Library in partnership with the Whitesboro Central School District Teacher Center and the Whitesboro Teachers Association is rolling out a program for early childhood literacy based on the Raise A Reader program.

Started by two teachers in Delmar, NY, Raise A Reader puts books into the hands of pre-school children and their families.  The program maintains 1000 books at the Library and has divided them into 100 beautifully silk-screened bags of 10 books each.  Using their library cards, parents are able to sign out a bag of ten books for a two week period and then return it for another bag.  The goal is to have 1000 books read to or with a child by the age of 6.

It’s easy.  It costs nothing.  The rewards are priceless.  Your library card is the key. 

Raise A Reader Brochure


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