Starting on Tuesday, February 9th, we’re going to meet at 10:00, as it seems easier for the families who come. Join us as we read some age-appropriate books, do a craft, and maybe build a tower or sing a song!
The article, “Fewer tax forms and instructions at libraries causes frustration for taxpayers” was written in Oregon last year, but it’s still relevant. You can read the article here.
We just received 1040A instructions and forms, but we don’t have any NY State forms yet. We put them out as soon as we receive them, but be aware that they send us fewer forms each year. We’re very sorry for this inconvenience.
There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive this Wednesday January 27th down in our Community Room (walk-ins always welcome) from 1:00-6:00 pm. There is an Emergency need for blood and platelet donors! Please make an appointment now. Call 1-800-RED CROSS or click here to schedule an appointment.
Scherenschnitte is the art of paper cutting design, like silhouettes and valentines. We’ll hold a workshop for making Scherenschnitte on Monday, January 25th from 10:00 – noon in the Community Room of the Goff-Nelson Memorial Library. We plan to make Valentine’s Day cards, so please bring your best paper-cutting scissors. The workshop is free and will be led by Patty Francisco. Please register in the library or by calling the library at 359-9421.
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People often ask us for recommendations, so here are some lists of the best of the best: