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This Week’s Programs

Tuesday, 1/14, 6 – 8 PM: Evening Writers Group – Come meet with other authors and writers for ideas, critiques and exercises. All levels of writing experience are encouraged to attend!

Thursday, 1/16, 1 – 4 PM: Meet Up for Mah Jongg – The name mah-jongg was coined and copyrighted by Joseph P. Babcock, an American resident of Shanghai, who is credited with introducing the game to the West after World War I. Join our regular Mah Jongg group and learn or advance in this classic 19th century game of strategy, skill, calculation and chance. Beginners welcome, join us upstairs in the Study Room!

Friday, 1/17, 1 – 2:30 PM: Just for Fun Book Club – A monthly Adult reading group, which meets the first and third Friday of each month at 1:00 PM. This is an eclectic group of readers who meet to discuss the wide variety of books they have recently read. Read what you wish and come talk about it.

Do You Have Questions About Health Insurance? Fidelis Care Health Benefit Representative Robin Zimmermann, a Marketplace Facilitated Enroller, will be at the Community Library every Tuesday from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM to answer your questions. To schedule an appointment, call 518-917-3545. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Save the Date

Thursday, 2/13, 6 – 7 PM: Cyber Safety: Protect Your Data, Protect Your Privacy. John Borst from NY State Office of Information Technology Services will present on navigating the World Wide Web safely and how to protect your privacy and data.

Fine-Free Children’s Collection

In keeping with the Board of Trustees action from earlier this year, the Community Library will no longer charge overdue fines for materials intended for young people and learners. All items with a call number on the spine starting with the letter “J” will no longer have fines for being returned late. Fees will still be added for items that have been damaged or lost.

Cardholders with more than two items overdue on their account will not be able to check out more items. If they are children’s items, please bring them back in order to borrow more.

Items from our Young Adult collection and General collection will still have overdue fines charged. No items have due dates set for dates that we’re closed regularly or for holidays that the library observes. When bad weather stikes and we close early, we typically forgive fines the next day that we’re open.

Please ask at the Front Desk or Director’s Office if you have questions and thank you!