Starting June 29th, read five titles ( and the rest of the book too!) and become entitled yourself…to a free ice cream cone from STEWART’S. You must register in person at the HUNTER LIBRARY, located on 7965 Main St. in Hunter. Open to students, grades k-12
Conversations About Dementia-Tips to help with family conversations. This workshop, presented by the Alzheimer’s Association Northeastern New York, will offer tips on how to have honest and caring conversations on topics such as going to the doctor, when to stop driving, and making legal and financial decisions. Join us at the Hunter Library on August 18 at 6:30 pm for this free and informative program. Registration is required. Call (518) 263-4655 for details.
Written for those who are just discovering the library or are still to discover it, this story is a Hunter Public Library adventure. Libraries are a place of discovery and community, a crucial link to information in today’s society, especially for people who are lifelong learners, need access to computers and Internet, and those who are seeking kindred spirits. Come visit the Hunter Public Library!
The library has expanded services with a new digital collection website experience just for kids. The main MHLS Digital Download Collection now has a separate site to provide a safe and easy browsing experience for kids.
Libraries recognize the need to provide a safe environment for kids to browse library materials. Just as the children’s section of the physical library has its own place, the same experience is now available in the digital collection for kids eBooks and audiobooks. Browsing can be done by subject, reading level or interest level. Check out the Kid’s eReading Room.
Third graders from the Hunter Elementary School felt the wind from the wings of a turkey vulture and got up close to hawk, owl, alligator, and snake among other wild animals at the Hunter Public Library. Students and their teachers participated in the Wildlife Lecture by NYS Environmental Impact Award Winner Bill Robinson who demonstrates flight and captivates everyone with his raptors and reptiles educational lecture. You can find out more about his programs at www.robinsonswildlifelectures.com.
Who are Friends and Young Friends of the Library? You are!
Hunter Library Friends are a group of citizens in the community who have a common concern for their library’s active expansion and participation in community life. They have a conviction that good library service is important to everyone. It’s Membership time! Stop into the library and join the friends!
The Hunter Public Library has been awarded a Libri Foundation Grant for $1400 of new, hardcover children’s books, including math and science books. The selection of 75 highly recommended fiction and nonfiction books has arrived! Congratulations to the Library Director, Mrs. June Bain and the Friends and Young Friends of the Library who raised the match for the grant with their Valentine, Rug Braiding, and Bookie and Cookie Sale events.