All are invited to a traditional French music program at the Plattsburgh Public Library on Monday, November 18th, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. Carol Reed will be performing. Carol learned French as a child attending school in Lausanne, Switzerland. As a Middlebury College student, she studied in Paris, playing guitar in the Métro and performing street music. Her lively songs will take you through the centuries from France to Québec to New Orleans with touching love songs, kickin’ Cajun and … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Out with the old, goes the old saying. Several years ago, our library system got a brand new online catalog, called Enterprise. It replaced our Classic Catalog, (also known as Horizon Information Portal) but we have kept both operating. It’s now time to retire our Classic Catalog, because it has become hard for us to maintain and keep up to date and secure. We plan to retire the Classic Catalog the last week of 2019. If you still use it, … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Would you like to do something to help your community take meaningful action? Learn about a comprehensive plan to reverse global warming from Project Drawdown – a scientific study that identified 100 solutions that, together, could actually reverse global warming by 2050. The New York Library Association is inviting people around the state to read Drawdown, the bestselling book by Paul Hawken. Courtesy of NYLA, Drawdown is available as an ebook at https://cefls.overdrive.com/ during the month of March 2019. CEFLS … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 30, at its site at 33 Oak St. Plattsburgh. The board will discuss appointment of a new director. The meeting is open to the public.
If you are reading this, we’ve successfully transitioned to a new website. We are confident that it will be an improvement over the old one, which was ten years old in February of 2018! However, we know it will take some getting used to. Please email us at email@example.com if there is anything you are having trouble finding. The new site offers more flexibility, and can be successfully used on mobile devices. It features interactive calendars of events, Google street … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Take a look at our new resource guide (PDF) for job seekers in our area. This printable guide has listings for all kinds of support services for finding and keeping a job.[CLICK TO READ MORE]
Public libraries in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties will host an interactive learning presentation designed to inform residents about the importance of disaster preparedness, courtesy of a grant obtained by the CEF Library System.
The presentation includes videos, games for kids, quizzes and various web tools, all of which will give patrons easy access to reliable emergency preparedness resources.