Welcome to Liverpool Public Library
WiFi at the Library Upgraded
Our WiFi inside the library has been upgraded!
LPLOpenWireless has been replaced with LPL Public Wireless.
You no longer need a password to get on the network, although you do have to agree to the terms and conditions the first time you sign on.
Book Club in a Bag
It's in the bag--all the ingredients you need to whip up a great discussion for your book group!
From The Beginner's Goodbye by Anne Tyler to Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking, by Susan Cain, we've selected an array of thought-provoking fiction and nonfiction works that will get people talking.
Each bag includes 12 paperback copies of a single title, an author biography and interview, a list of discussion questions, and other materials that can be checked out for six weeks.
Borrow a Kill A Watt
Do you know "Watts" killing your electric bill?
Connect your appliances to the Kill A Watt® Electricity Usage Monitor and it will assess how efficient they really are.
You can calculate your electrical expenses by the day, week, month, or even an entire year.
Geocaching & More!
What fun activity uses multi-million dollar satellites to find Tupperware in the woods? Geocaching! Now you can get out and try geocaching around Onondaga Lake Park with one of the library's new OnSafari Geocaching Kits. In addition, the library has hidden five caches in Onondaga Lake Park. If you already have your own GPS - more information on the caches can be found at geocaching.com. Enter the Liverpool zip code (13088) in the search field and look for the OnSafari with Liverpool Library caches.
Key Tags and New Library Cards Are Now Available!
Library Key Tags/Library Cards are now available at the check out desk.
You can trade in your white card for one of three new designs featuring a cat, dog or library logo.
There is no charge for the new cards and they can be used at any Onondaga County library.
Library Trustees Tim Dodge (dog card owner) and Natalie Scavone (cat card owner) joined library director Jean Polly (center) in getting new library cards at the Celebrate Liverpool Elementary K-2, the kickoff event when kids were invited to stop in get their first library cards and enjoy storytelling by school librarians. Over 100 kids came in to get cards.