3D Printing Pens

We now have 3D Printing Pen Kits available at the library these can be taken out of the library by patrons with valid library cards.  Please see the new policy on the Board of Trustess page in reference to the 3D Printing Pens.

The kits include the 3D Printing Pen, fillament, and a folder with 3D printing project ideas, or you can search google for templates to use.  

You can find these kits hanging in the children’s room at the library 

Stop in and pick one up to try.  

Book Bingo!

Let’s play book bingo!  You can either print the form from the file attached to the image on the left, or pick up a copy in the library.   If you would like to participate, please let me know that you are so I can gather enough prizes.  Fill in your bingo card, either the whole card, or just a line, or the four corners to win a prize at the end of the month.  Have some fun, try some new things and happy reading!

New Page!

Check out the new page above titled “New Books in the Library”.  You can find all of the upcoming books we have on order and those which are currently in the system.

This page will be updated regularly as new items are ordered, to keep you up to date on new releases!

Tobacco Free Communities Information

With these challenging times stress can get the best of us and smoking is often a source of relief to many, but as it has been stated smoking can lead to a greater susceptibility towards Covid-19.  

As you may know the library is a tobacco free space, as is the area outside the library.  Please continue to follow these guidelines to protect all community members, as well as yourself.

If you are considering quitting, please reach out to Tobacco Free Communities of Deleware, Otsego & Schoharie Counties.  They can help provide free resources to help you quit.  

Attached is more information on tobacco free community spaces.

2020 Census

If you have received a census notice in the mail and have access to a computer with internet or even a cell phone with data, please complete the census. With the information you provide the government and/or state can provide our areas with the appropriate financial assistance needed for schools, libraries and our village/towns.



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Education and Reading Resources for Children

Four County Library System wants to share a few resources that have information that you might want to share with your young patrons and their caregivers:

–          Ramapo-Catskill Library System has created a libguide with free digital resources to use during self-isolation: https://guides.rcls.org/RCLScovid19/children

–          Book creators reading their works online and/or sharing interactive activities: https://dpl.bibliocommons.com/list/share/350640561_dplpaigeone/1603278909_dpl_childrens_authors_-_read_alouds_and_other_facetime_live_events

–          Buffalo & Erie County Library created a page with resources for “Storytime @ Home” – https://www.buffalolib.org/blog/storytime-home

–          Suffolk Library System has a Google Doc of “Libraries at Home” resources – https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uQ4aX2HtFe269-FerBUrEhbIQZHWpxEr8IWtw5fVeMA/edit?usp=sharing

Pictures from Parkinson’s

Tim Welch is a local artist who only started painting after his early diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease. Tim discovered an interest and desire to create art from the world that surrounds him.
Tim uses his art to help raise money for research in Parkinson’s Disease.

The library is excited to have Tim join us for a signing of his new book, “Pictures From  Parkinson’s” as well as a display of his artwork.

Saturday, February 29th
Richfield Springs Public Library

Tim’s book sells for $15/copy.