We're pleased to announce the official results of the combined vote on the budgets of New City and West Nyack Libraries. There were 376 yeas to 88 nays. Thank you to all who came out to vote!
The results of the trustee election for 2016 are as follows:
David Zuckerberg - 164 votes
Ralph Sabatini - 154 votes
Jeffrey Sasson - 150 votes
Fred Sandner - 107 votes
Congratulations to the incumbent trustees and thank you to all candidates.
Our Nooks have been reloaded! Check out a Nook if you're on the waiting list for a hot new book, if you're open to discovering new titles, or if you're interested in trying the e-reading experience. New City Library's Adult eReaders are loaded with bestselling fiction and non-fiction titles and literary classics.
Nooks can be checked out for 14 days with two renewals. Click Read more for the latest titles.
It's Veterans Day and the library will be open from 11-6 today. Remember to call or thank a veteran today for their service to our country. We've interviewed many local veterans in the past few years as part of our oral history program here at the library. Early in September we spoke with Albert H. Davis, a long-time New City resident and veteran of World War II. In the clip below he recalls some of his first experiences in action during World War II.
Rockland County lost another great one as Bert Dahm passed away last week. I had just received a letter from him encouraging support for Heritage of West Nyack and their work with the Vanderbilt Onderdonk Traphagen property, so he was working tirelessly for historic preservation right until the end of his life. He sat down for an interview with us back in 2014 and we're so glad that we have his memories to share with the community of growing up in West Nyack, how the Clarkstown Central School district emerged from a collection of small schoolhouses, the story of Rockland's vanished airports and much more.
Listen to the full interview with Bert here: http://www.hrvh.org/cdm/ref/collection/larc/id/3095
Buy a paver to celebrate a joyous occasion, remember someone special, or declare your love of the library! All questions can be directed to Kelly Corrado at [email protected] or (845) 634-4997 x112.
Click here to download the application.
Do you need help applying or renewing your health insurance? Do you have questions about your current health coverage?
A Navigator will be onsite at the library through Febraruy 2017 to help you and your family explore your health insurance options and enroll in coverage through the New York State of Health Marketplace (NYSOH). You may be able to enroll in free or low cost coverage, or get assistance that could lower the cost of your coverage.
Stop by on Tuesdays between 10am and 4pm or call 914-396-4696 to make an appointment with the Navigator.
On the waiting list for a hot new book? Open to discovering new titles? Check out one of our Nooks – perfect for traveling or a test drive of the e-reading experience. Each Nook is pre-loaded with dozens of bestselling fiction and nonfiction titles. Simply turn them on - no downloading required. Happy e-reading! Click Read more for the latest titles.
...your fab four or five-year-old preschooler! We are starting a weekly program just for them! Concentrating on concepts and learning strategies geared for this age group, we will explore social interaction, science, math, music and pre-reading skills -- and have fun doing it! Adult participation is not needed, but grown-ups must remain in the library while the children are in the sessions. Sign up and come weekly. The first session is on Thursday, September 8th at 1:30pm. Registration is under way.
We were sad to hear of the passing of Harry Waitzman this week, a long-time resident of Rockland County. It was about a year ago that he sat down with us and told us some stories from the old days about going to school in the English Church in New Hempstead, his father's fish store in Spring Valley, the War and the origins of important Jewish institutions in New City. He was one of our best patrons, always curious and wanting to learn more, attending computer classes up until the last year of his life - a true life-long learner. We'll miss you Harry. Thanks for sharing your memories.