Thanksgiving Day Hours
Friday, November 27, 2015: The Library is open until at 6:00pm!
Holiday Book Sale
Saturday, December 05, 2015 @ 10:00am-1:00pm
Holiday Sale! Gift giving books for all ages and tastes. New, old, and collectibles. Happens in the library!
Woodstock Library Forum: Lee Slonimsky and Carol Goodman: A Reading
Saturday, December 05, 2015 @ 5:00pm, Free
Joins us for a reading: Lee Slonimsky is a poet and novelist with five books in print, and a sixth on the way. He has just published a new mystery novel. He has seven Pushcart Prize nominations. His wife, Carol Goodman (https://www NULL.carolgoodman NULL.com) is the author of 4 novels. Her latest, River Road, is set in the Hudson Valley, and will be published in January by Touchstone. Together, under the pseudonym Lee Carroll, they are authors of Black Swan Rising, an urban fantasy trilogy published by TOR.
Happens on Thursdays from 10:00am-6:00pm
Please sign up @ Circulation Desk
Need help with: A new device? • Learning about digital borrowing free from the library? • Questions about: Facebook, websites, and email? • Problem with your computer? • Resume review? • Job search guidance? • Health information online?
Ask and we can probably help! Make an appointment with Librarian, Jessica Kerr! Drop-ins are also welcome if available.
* Please note: There will be no Tech Thursday on Thursday, December 10, 2015.
Events for Children
No Book Barn Donations!
Please note: No Book Barn donations: November 1, 2015-February 1, 2016. Thanks so much!
What Book are you Reading? What Book are you Writing?
The Woodstock Library TV Show is looking for community participation.
The monthly TV show has segments called: “What Book are you Reading?” and “What Book are you Writing?” If you like to read or are writing a book we would like to film you for our TV show telling the public about a book you’ve read or are writing.
Children and teenagers as well as adults are encouraged to participate. If you’re a parent who reads with your kids we can include what book you read together!
To participate please leave your name, phone and email at the front desk or with Janet Dymond, the Woodstock Library Director or Lesley Sawhill the Coordinator of Children’s Services and we will get back to you to set up a filming date.
The Woodstock library is reaching out to the community for your participation to help promote the services and increase communication with you the public who use the Woodstock Public Library.
To view any of the TV shows previously posted please go to the library website and click on the link on the left side of the homepage for our YouTube channel (https://www NULL.youtube NULL.com/user/wdstcklibrary/playlists). Once there you can select a show from 2013, 2014, or 2015 to watch from your computer, smart phone or tablet. We’d like to hear from you. Thank you.