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Let’s keep our CNY communities reading! The Big Read program, of the National Endowment for the Arts, provides organizations with grants and comprehensive resources supporting efforts to inspire communities to read and discuss a More...
Date: December 16, 2014 Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Location: Syracuse University, Bird Library Add this event to your calendar - iCal Cost: This class is offered at no charge, for CLRC More...
Have you ever tried speed dating? What about speed dating a regional legislator? You have 10 minutes to let him or her know how passionate you are about libraries and ask how they can make More...
Stretch Armstrong would be proud. CLRC member of a member, Skaneateles Library, is expanding its reach into the community with a new satellite library in the local YMCA. Nickie Marquis, the library’s director, hopes to More...
Decorated trees, a gingerbread gallery and snowy scenes are part of central New York’s holiday festivities and three museums recognized in a Syracuse.com article are CLRC Affiliate and Heritage members. Put on your hat and mittens, venture out, and enjoy the displays at the Everson Museum of Art, the Erie Canal Museum and the Onondaga Historical Association. Click here for more information.
Bernard Margolis, New York State Librarian and Assistant Commissioner for Libraries, announced that 1.9 million children and teens throughout New York State participated in the 2014 summer reading program. The Mid-York Library System and the Onondaga County Public Library System both had a plus 20% participant increase over last year. Thumbs up on keeping central New York children and teens reading!
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