Thanks For Your Support!
Our budget passed 1176 to 320.
Catherine Budmen, Don McLaughlin and John Hluchyj were elected to the Board of Trustees.
Gaming for Adults with Special Needs
Monday, June 6 • 1:30-3pm
Friday, June 17 • 10-11:30am • Carman Community Room
Please join us for drop in game time geared for adults with special needs. Wii games and several board games will be available. Feel free to bring your own game. Caregivers must remain in the room. No registration is required.
Snoopy says: Get a Library Card in September!
Snoopy is the national spokesperson for National Library Card Sign Up Month this year. Anyone that signs up for a library card in September gets a free lanyard and Snoopy bookmarks and stickers!
Click on READ MORE below to see how the library staff's pets are showing their support!
Your Library: What a Wonderful Place the Library Can Be
The staff of Liverpool Public Library invite you to see what a wonderful place the library can be!
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.
Preserve Your Family History
A Family History Video Kit is now available to check out so that library users can easily collect and digitize family history, stories, photos, and more, using their home computers.
The unique kit fits in a small shoulder bags and includes: a one-button, easy to use digital video Flip cam, instructions for its use with a computer's USB port, and a copy of The Oral History Workshop: Collect & Celebrate the Life Stories of Your Family & Friends by Cynthia Hart.
Need Help with Downloading? Book a Date with an eBook Angel
Did you know that you can download library books onto your eReader? For more information check out our eBook page.
EBOOK ANGEL APPOINTMENTS
If you find that you need some extra help checking out and downloading these materials, you can request a one-on-one 30-minute session with a librarian. Appointments are required: call (315)457-0310 ext 139. Appointments are available Monday through Friday • 10am – 5:30pm.
Liverpool Public Library announces its first "Sister Library"
Liverpool Public Library announces its first "Sister Library," the Lantarang Kunda Starfish International Library in Lamin Village, The Gambia, West Africa.
The American Library Association encourages U.S. libraries to form partnerships with libraries in other countries to promote the concept of a global library community. The Liverpool Board of Trustees and the Starfish International Library formally entered the collaborative agreement in early July.
The Gambian library is only the second children's library in the country, and the only one that lets children take the books home. It was founded several years ago by Starfish International, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation registered in New York.
Starfish International was founded in 2006 by Mam-Yassin Sarr (a Gambian) and her husband David D. Fox (an American). Sarr is a Syracuse University doctoral student in educational leadership.