Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Program: “Libraries Rock!” Our reading challenge continues until school starts in September! We’ll be giving prizes to encourage and reward reading! We challenge each child to read at least 15 minutes a day! We know you can do it!

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Libraries Rock!

June 25th: Registration for our Summer Reading Program starts at 10:00. You can register anytime, but on this morning we’ll have face painting, prizes, lists of suggested books to read, and reading logs to get you started on your Summer Reading Program: “Libraries Rock!”

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Closed for Memorial Day

On Monday, May 28th, the library will be closed for Memorial Day.


Tech Help @ the Library

Need help with your smart phone, laptop, tablet, email, or social media? Tupper Lake National Honor Society students will be in the library this Wednesday, May 23rd, and every Wednesday from 3:00 – 5:00 pm to answer all of your questions! Stop into the library during that time and make sure to bring your device and questions to ask our tech helpers!

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Library Budget Vote passed!

Yesterday’s budget vote passed unanimously! We’re very grateful for our community’s support of our beautiful library.

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Library budget vote on May 8th

Our annual budget vote will be held on Tuesday, May 8th from 1:00-8:00 pm here in the library. We will not be voting on a new member for the Library Board of Trustees this year, since petitions were submitted after the deadline. All residents, including renters, of the Tupper Lake Central School District are eligible to vote. Come out and support your library!

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Health Care is at a tipping point

Join us on May 1st for a presentation by Dr. Jack Carney: Health Care is at a tipping point. “Fix IT”, a one-hour long documentary film, outlines the current health care crisis from a non-partisan perspective and presents as a viable solution single-payer health care. Since the event’s objectives are informational and educational, an hour-long Q&A will follow with Dr. Jack Carney, giving participants the opportunity to ask  questions the film might have raised.  In our Community Room, from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Admission is FREE. Dr. Carney is a resident of Long Lake, co-founder and member of the Long Lake Alliance and founder and Coordinator of the North Country Access to Health Care Committee, which is affiliated with the Campaign for New York Health ( For further information, contact Dr. Carney at 518-624-4000.