The library will be closing at NOON on Wednesday, Dec. 24th, and will be closed all day Thursday, Dec. 25th.
The library will also close at NOON on Wednesday, Dec. 31st, and will be closed all day Thursday, Jan. 1st.
The office of Federal Student Aid, U.S. Department of Education, has some resources available for parents and students regarding Federal Student Loans. Publications can be ordered at www.edpubs.gov, and electronic versions of the publications,videos and infographics can be downloaded at StudentAid.gov/resources.
For the month of December Stephen Dankner will be exhibiting his photography on the walls of the David & Joyce Milne Public Library in Williamstown.
Besides his interest in photography Stephen is a music composer and received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Music Composition from the Juilliard School in 1971. A list of works since 1990 includes ten symphonies, eighteen string quartets, seven concerti (two for piano, one for violin, two for cello and one each for E flat clarinet and alto saxophone); four major song cycles; sonatas for violin (3), piano, alto saxophone, cello; three piano trios; a piano quartet and five orchestral tone poems.
The National Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Nashville Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Nürnberg Symphoniker, Portland Youth Philharmonic and others have given performances of commissioned works. The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra has given premiere performances of six of his nine symphonies.
Library hours are Mon –Fri. 10-5:30, Wed. 10-8, and Sat. 10-4. For information contact Pat McLeod, Library
Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 458-5369.
New video games for circulation!
Teens: find out about the 2015 Profile in Courage Essay Contest for high school students. First place winner receives a $5,000 cash award and $5,000 to grow in a college savings plan. Second place winner receives a $1,000 cash award. For details see poster in the YA room, or visit the contest website at jfklibrary.org. Deadline for entries is Jan. 5, 2015.
There’s a good book-finding app called Teen Book Finder, developed by YALSA, the youth division of ALA. It can be used either on an i-phone (i-pod, i-pad) or on an android device, and is free.
Here’s a link to more info: http://www.ala.org/yalsa/products/teenbookfinder